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Consumer action and the economic empowerment of marginalised groups

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Billions of ordinary people around the world hold similar beliefs to you over the value of shared societies and social justice. They have demonstrated that they are willing and ready to act in markets, using their buying power, to seek a fairer world. This presentation explains current thinking about this new movement, its growth and key characteristics, before touching on some of the areas in which policy makers can help.

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  • Rob Harrison, 2012. "Consumer action and the economic empowerment of marginalised groups," Working Papers 2012/36, Maastricht School of Management.
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    1. Clem McCarthy & Wim Naudé, 2012. "Shared Societies: The Economic Case," Working Papers 2013/02, Maastricht School of Management.

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