This article discusses the use of GIS for an alternative analysis of the transition to capitalism in Moscow, Russia in the 1990s. Following the argument for incorporating quantitative methods into feminist research agendas, the article illustrates how GIS can be part of a critical and feminist analysis of economic transition.
Principles and practices for cultivating a local ethics of economic transformation.
Situates contemporary evaluations of the success of Spain's Mondragon cooperative complex within a tradition of debate about the politics of economic transformation and argues for the development of an economics of surplus that can guide ethical decisions in community economies.
Exploring how recent feminist thinkers are attempting to add women into the economy.
How women's activism in the Philippines, China and Papua New Guinea is helping build and strengthen community economies.
Outlines the Rethinking Economy action research project in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts, highlighting the role of academy-community partnerships in constructing community economies.
This article draws on field research in New England to challenge conventional individualized accounts of fishery dynamics and develop a representation of fisheries as diverse sites of community organization and cooperative management of common property. This is a "re-mapping," both literal and figurative, of the landscapes of fishery practice as a strategy to open more possibilities for communal resource management.
Outlines the 'politics of becoming' associated with desiring and building communal economies.
A review of Australian research and policy interventions aimed at communities and regions from the perspective of the Community Economies Project.