Solidarity, Antagonistic Economies and Social Enterprises: Spaces for New Initiatives

alternativeThis event was held at Middlesex University, London on 20th March 2019. The podcast for the event is featured in the link here.

Speakers featured in the podcast are:-

– Peter North, Professor of Alternative Economies, University of Liverpool “Towards social, solidarity and antagonistic economies”
– Maria Daskalaki, Professor of Organization Studies, Roehampton University “Post-Capitalist organizing & sustainable organizational forms: Towards self-reproducing alternatives”

This event at Middlesex University explored alternative economic forms that not only put people and the environment ahead of profit, but also focus on the ethical conversations about how we can live with others with dignity in the Anthropocene. Pete North from University of Liverpool looked at how the social and solidarity economy can present novel conceptualisations of what he calls the antagonistic economy. Maria Daskalaki from University of Roehampton examind the spontaneous solidarity economy initiatives that emerged in response to the Global Financial crisis of 2008.

Organised by the Alternative Organisations and Transformative Practices Research Cluster and the Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research (CEEDR), Middlesex University, London

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