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The Transformative Effects of Crisis

A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the New Economic Cultures in Spain and Greece (M.A. Thesis, Economics for Tansition, Schumacher College SCH 504: Dissertation 25 August 2014); In: P2P Foundation Wiki (http://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/New_Economic_Cultures_in_Spain_and_Greece)

By adopting an action research methodology, I inquire into how far the responses of citizens to the global economic crisis of 2008 lead to the emergence of a new economic culture in Spain and Greece. Since Southern European states follow austerity directives and do not offer sufficient support for their population, communities organise to provide for each other through cooperation and solidarity. Decentralised political and economic movements are building structures to challenge and replace established centralised institutions. As people drop out of the formal economy, they find material relief, ideological support and a sense of belonging in networks of alternative economic practices.

Bibliographische Angaben:
Sbeih, Janosch:
The Transformative Effects of Crisis
A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the New Economic Cultures in Spain and Greece (M.A. Thesis, Economics for Tansition, Schumacher College SCH 504: Dissertation 25 August 2014); In: P2P Foundation Wiki (http://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/New_Economic_Cultures_in_Spain_and_Greece);
2014


URL: http://de.scribd.com/document/273819741/Janosch-Sbeih-2014-New-Economic-Cultures-in-Spain-and-Greece