The Degrowth Movement: Alternative Economic Practices and Relevance to Developing Countries

@article{Chiengkul2018TheDM,
  title={The Degrowth Movement: Alternative Economic Practices and Relevance to Developing Countries},
  author={Prapimphan Chiengkul},
  journal={Alternatives: Global, Local, Political},
  year={2018},
  volume={43},
  pages={81 - 95}
}
This article explores the degrowth movement’s main ideas, policy proposals, and examples of noncapitalist organizations and socially embedded economic networks compatible with degrowth ideas, namely, the Catalan Integral Cooperatives in Spain and Solidarity Economy Networks in Italy. It also explores degrowth’s relevance to developing countries that have lower levels of material living standards compared to the European countries where it originated. The main argument of this article is that… 
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