Economics with Justice Part 3: Growth
Welcome to Economics with Justice Part 3: Growth, Sustainability and Human Development.
This course begins by recognising three levels of operation - principle, policy and practical precept.
Together we apply these principles to the themes of growth, sustainability and human development.
By combining recent radical developments in economic thinking with a more traditional approach to human values and uses case studies from Botswana, Thailand, and Great Britain, what unfolds is a new economics that serves both humanity and the planet, re-establishing a partnership between the human presence and the natural world leading to a more natural way of living.
Economics with Justice Part 3 can be attended before or after Part 2: Ideas, allowing you to learn about the areas of this fascinating subject that are of most interest to you.
Part 3 will be available on Wednesday evenings this term.
Enrol online, on the phone by 30 March or via Direct Debit before 15 April to benefit from the discounted rate of £100 (£120 standard).
9. Sufficiency economy
Where: 11 Mandeville Place, W1U 3AJ
Essential principles of economics with justice: unity, interconnectivity, responsibility. In this session, we relate principle into practice and explore Human Growth, Human Development, and the aims of human life.