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caballero:
https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2022/06/what-is-degrowth-economics-climate-change/#:~:text=What%20is%20degrowth%3F,planet%20by%20becoming%20more%20sustainable.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Degrowth

jj2007:

--- Quote ---put wellbeing ahead of profit
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Communists, apparently :smiley:

caballero:

--- Quote from: Wikipedia ---Many degrowth theories and ideas are based on neo-Marxist theory.
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It seems so

jj2007:

--- Quote from: caballero on September 05, 2022, 04:24:04 AM ---
--- Quote from: Wikipedia ---Many degrowth theories and ideas are based on neo-Marxist theory.
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It seems so

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Rarely seen such an enormous pile of bs*t on Wikipedia:

--- Quote ---There is still no macroeconomic model that can describe a stable economy which does not rely on growth.[115] So far, the modern economy is structurally reliant on economic growth for its stability. If growth slows down, businesses are struggling, unemployment goes up, politicians get nervous and a spiral of recession looms. Moreover, there is no place in the world where it fully exists on a large scale
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caballero:
Are you implying that an economy can be stable in recession? Without loss of purchasing power and jobs? Any example?

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