PART OF THE ECONOMICS FOR A JUST AND SUSTAINABLE WORLD CLASS SPEAKER SERIES.
Matthew Robinson, University of Missouri - Kansas City, Economic Democracy Initiative
Practitioners and policy-makers directly engaged in the transformation of the built environment all too often rely on or feel trapped by the logics of market- centric economic policy prescriptions. This situation is both unsustainable and avoidable. Our cities hold untapped potential to help us solve some of the most enduring challenges the world faces. This series explores real-world economic policies and economic thinking to support just, equitable, and ecologically sustainable cities. Hosted by Professor Jordan Ayala and the URSP688 Economics for a Just and Sustainable World Class.
Hosted by Professor Jordan Ayala and the URSP688 Economics for a Just and Sustainable World Class.
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