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No more throw-away people : the co-production imperative

Author: Edgar S Cahn
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Essential ; Charlbury : Jon Carpenter (distributor), ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Co-production is a bold, pragmatic strategy that shatters limits on social change. This book exposes the Dark Side of money and market. It redefines economics by treating households and community as a separate economy. Placing that economy on a par with market generates a new exchange dynamic the empowers us all to become change agents who can shape the future; convert failing social programs into catalysts for  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edgar S Cahn
ISBN: 1893520021 9781893520028
OCLC Number: 44397909
Description: xiii, 212 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Discovering co-production. The road to co-production-time dollars --
Time dollars meet co-production --
Co-production: an overview. 2. Co-production: expanding the economic universe. Beyond economic orthodoxy --
Oikonomia --
The non-market economy: more than equal --
The dark side of the force: the external costs of the money --
The co-production antidote --
Mastering the rules that govern the rules for changing the rules. 3. Co-production: core values. The parable of the squares and the blobs --
Core values one: an asset perspective --
Assets: a social justice perspective --
Core value two: redefining work --
Redifining work: a social justice perspective --
Core value three: reciprocity --
Reciprocity: a social justice perspective --
Core value four: social capital --
Social capital: a social justice perspective --
The future is now.
Responsibility: Edgar S. Cahn.

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"Co-production is a bold, pragmatic strategy that shatters limits on social change. This book exposes the Dark Side of money and market. It redefines economics by treating households and community as a separate economy. Placing that economy on a par with market generates a new exchange dynamic the empowers us all to become change agents who can shape the future; convert failing social programs into catalysts for social justice; enlist Throw-Away People as partners in a shared mission; and create the world we want for our children."--Publisher's description.

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