The end of growth and liberal democracy: Occupy as a symptom of systems failure

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Public lecture at Manning Clark House, Canberra
Friday, April 6, 2012 - 5:30pm - 7:30pm
http://manningclark.org.au/event/wine-and-nibbles-dr-karey-harrison

Limits to Growth and concepts of sustainable development

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Paper presented to Revival of Political Economy Conference, Coimbra, Portugal, 21st - 23rd October, 2010. Abstract: Evidence validating Club of Rome models showing Limits to Growth (Turner 2008; Donella H. Meadows et al. 2004; Simmons 2000; Jackson 2009) will be considered. It will be shown that Limits to Growth calls into question key assumptions regarding projected minimal economic costs of per capita Contraction & Convergence strategies for achieving global greenhouse emission...

Sustainability: Economics and Limits to Growth

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Dr Karey Harrison 2010 "Economics and Limits to Growth", Guest Lecture on behalf of Cec Pedersen, International Management course, USQ Conventional explanations for the 2007 Global Economic Crisis refer to the US housing bubble bursting and the consequent collapse of complex financial instruments. If these explanations were correct, then bailing out the banks and propping up economies with massive fiscal stimulus packages might work to produce economic recovery. In this paper, I suggest...