Syllogisme : Autoproduction accompagnée, innovation sociale et sociétale
AbstractEconomists are mainly interested in monetary economics: GDP measures wealth and standard of living of a nation but marginally takes into account domestic production and all that falls under self-production. The self-production and Social Development Program aims to ensure that governments become aware that the development of self-production - particularly in the areas of food and housing - helps to fight against exclusion and promote sustainable development. The activities of people willing to invest in projects that affect them constitute a real resource. To develop them, we need to identify and face a series of obstacles linked to behaviours, attitudes or institutional functioning. JEL Codes: A13, A14
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Volume (Year): n°38 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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auto production; non-monetary economy; societal innovation;
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