This chapter explores how Nuestras Raices and the Alliance to Develop Power, two community organizations in Western Massachusetts, are building community economies and unsettling traditional formulas for economic development.
This article reviews current literature within geography focused on alternative economies, a term that has contradictory effects in a discipline fixated on a realist imagining of the link between 'capitalism" and state through neoliberal governance.
This chapter explores how the idea of sustainable development might be transformed from an impossible dream (sabotaged at every turn by the force various identified as 'capitalism," 'the market," 'modernization," and 'development") into a realistic and attainable project for organizations and communities.
This paper addresses three topics: an easy-to-understand review of money and complementary currencies
This chapter elaborates an economic and social policy responses to build on the skills and ideas of marginalised groups.
This chapter introduces the focus group as a method for qualitative social research.
Offers a counter to the common denigration of local economic politics 'in the face of globalization'.