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Fri Mar 21 17:14:55 2014 UTClccn-n820039870.00Les déchets, les éliminer, les revaloriser, les éviter0.741.00The potential for substituting manpower for energy : final report 30 July 1977 for the Commission of the European Communities /76396790Walter_R._Staheln 82003987701318Stahel, Walter 1946-Stahel, Walter R.スタヘル, ヴァルター・Rlccn-n79079400Giarini, Oriolccn-n82004006Reday-Mulvey, Genevièvelccn-no2010191429Palgrave Connect (Online service)nc-institut de la duree geneveInstitut de la Durée. <Genève>np-borlin, maxBörlin, Maxlccn-n83059618Société suisse pour la protection de l'environnementlccn-n50063320Club of Romenp-king, alexanderKing, Alexanderviaf-126545411Verbraucherkommission Baden-Württemberglccn-n97110232Scott, Jonathan(Jonathan T.)Stahel, Walter R.UncertaintyService industriesRiskEconomic developmentPerformance technologyManpower planningEnergy conservationFactory and trade waste--ManagementRecycling (Waste, etc.)Waste minimizationProduct life cycleEconomicsEndogenous growth (Economics)International economic relationsPower resourcesIndustries--Energy conservationManpowerSustainabilityIndustrial managementSocial responsibility of businessDevelopment economics1946197619771981198219861987198819891990199119931994199519961998200020012002200320042005200620072009201020122013103247106658.4HD9980.5ocn311427333ocn722472425ocn722472408ocn439358303ocn723920962ocn76226767932619ocn068416974book20060.79Stahel, Walter RThe performance economy"The industrial economy is turning into a functional service economy, yet too many businesspeople and policymakers are still using outdated business models focused around designing and manufacturing goods for sale. This book outlines the strategies and models needed for tomorrow's challenges: how to use technology and knowledge to improve performance, create jobs and increase income. It also shows what skills will be required to produce and sell performance, and to manage performance over time, and how manual and skilled jobs can contribute to reduce the consumption of non-renewable resources."--BOOK JACKET+-+614255587520911ocn020454096book19890.86Giarini, OrioThe limits to certainty : facing risks in the new service economy+-+221678742514310ocn027431457book19930.88Giarini, OrioThe limits to certaintyThis second edition of The Limits to Certainty has been thoroughly revised and edited. A new chapter on `Facing Social Uncertainty' has been added, while the section on `Value and Time in the Service Economy: The Notion of Utilization' has been extended in order to include the conclusions of recent research conducted by the authors on the subject of waste prevention on the product level, i.e. making a better use of resources during the utilization of goods. The key to economic progress has always been the better allocation of resources, and the majority of resources available today are in the form of service activities. In order to measure and exploit such resources, one needs a theoretical frame of reference based on the notions of risk and uncertainty, rather than on the 'certain' equilibrium of the present economic system. Service means performances, in real periods of time, which means that the identification of values must be based on probabilities: the assessment of the probability and cost of a distribution of events in the future. The Limits to Certainty, with a Preface by Ilya Prigogine and a Foreword by Alexander King, is thus about the economic foundations of the Service Economy. The Limits to Certainty is published under the auspices of the Club of Rome and is, in fact, a follow-up to a report published by the Club in 1980, Dialogue on Wealth and Welfare, in which is was proposed that the limits to growth were the limits of a specific type of economic growth that had successfully been developed voer a period of two centuries. This earlier report went on to propose that a new economic growth needed to integrate economic and ecological factors, in practice as well as in theory and therefore revise the notion of economic value. This economic transition developed parallel to a growing movement at a more fundamental philosophical level favoring indeterminism against determinism: the notions of risks and uncertainty are increasingly considered as the realm of the new challenges, as compared to a perception - typical of the deterministic era - according to which risk and uncertainty reflect a level of `imperfect knowledge' which science would or should eliminate: a positive versus a negative connotation of risk and uncertainty+-+2216787425854ocn007721767book19810.79Stahel, Walter RJobs for tomorrow : the potential for substituting manpower for energy682ocn028456365book19900.66Giarini, OrioLes limites du certain : affronter les risques dans une nouvelle économie de service511ocn076186770book20000.39Giarini, OrioDie Performance-Gesellschaft : Chancen und Risiken beim Übergang zur Service economy425ocn028926961book19910.50Stahel, Walter RLanglebigkeit und Materialrecycling : Strategien zur Vermeidung von Abfällen im Bereich der Produkte144ocn492661894visu2000Stahel, Walter RLes déchets, les éliminer, les revaloriser, les éviterLa jacquette indique : "Les déchets proviennent aujourd'hui surtout de l'activité industrielle de l'homme : les déchets miniers et de fabrication, les produits au rebut, et les emballages. Les problèmes des déchets se posent au lieu de "chute" (end of pipe), la solution préférée étant encore souvent leur élimination, normalement dans le cadre légal. Mais les déchets sont aussi issus de nos systèmes de valeur et de responsabilité. Au lieu de perfectionner leur élimination, nous pourrions essayer de les revaloriser ou de les éviter. "Déchet" veut dire un bien avec une valeur perçue comme négative et sans propriétaire. Des politiques de précaution, ainsi que des stratégies de "valeur continue" et de "propriété continue" des produits manufacturés, permettraient d'éviter la majorité des déchets. Elles changeraient toutefois aussi la structure de l'économie présente, qui est linéaire et basée sur la valeur ajoutée. La nouvelle structure correspondrait à une économie en boucles fermées qui met l'accent sur le maintien de la valeur d'utilisation, par une gestion innovatrice du parc des biens."111ocn311427333book19910.47Vermeidung von Abfällen im Bereich der Produkte : Vertiefungsstudie zur Langlebigkeit und zum Materialrecycling; Schlußbericht82ocn075414823book19900.47Stahel, Walter RStrategien der Dauerhaftigkeit Symposium Umweltkonzepte und Zukunftsstrategien ; Vortrag am 7. Dezember 199073ocn797405560book1993Giarini, OrioI limiti della certezza : affrontare i rischi nella nuova economia di servizio61ocn075241736book19910.28Vermeidung von Abfällen im Bereich der Produkte : Vertiefungsstudie zur Langlebigkeit und zum Materialrecycling ; Schlussbericht ; Vermeiden, Verwerten, Entsorgen, Sonderabfall-Konzept 200062ocn714982008book1987Börlin, MaxStratégie économique de la durabilité : éléments d'une valorisation de la durée de vie des produits en tant que contribution à la prévention des déchets51ocn076634826book20050.47Stahel, Walter RRessourcenproduktivität durch Nutzungsintensivierung und Lebensdauerverlängerung : 10 Jahre Good-practice-Beispiele ; Vertiefungsstudie zum "Handbuch Abfall 1" des LFU Baden-Württemberg von 199542ocn827952086book20130.47Scott, JonathanThe sustainable business workbook : waste elimination31ocn423829388com20070.23Vorschlag der Verbraucherkommission Baden-Württemberg für eine verbraucherorientierte Ausgestaltung der Nachhaltigkeitsstrategie der Landesregierung Baden-Württembergs31ocn085349114book20010.47Stahel, Walter R'Kulturelle' Faktoren der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit von nachhaltigen Lösungsansätzen in der Praxis31ocn013327341book19771.00Reday-Mulvey, GenevièveThe potential for substituting manpower for energy : final report 30 July 1977 for the Commission of the European Communities21ocn859780817book1990Giarini, OrioLes limites du certain : affronter les risques dans une nouvelle economie de service : un volume dans la serie d'informations du Club de Rome21ocn083707779book19880.47Stahel, Walter REnquiries and preliminary studies on the <<fourth pillar>>+-+2216787425+-+2216787425Fri Mar 21 16:04:40 EDT 2014batch14731