Archive for September, 2013

Building Economies of Repair: Circular or Linear?

Building Economies of Repair: Circular or Linear?

Published on September 18, 2013 in Blog, Manufacturing, Mining and materials, Retail and wholesale with 0 Comments

We’re grateful for today’s guest post by Michelle Bastian from the Sustaining Time project, which addresses the most intriguing question ‘What is the time of a sustainable economy?’The project is based around the idea that different kinds of economic systems seem to be associated with different kinds of time. For example, industrial capitalism with clock time, and late capitalism with a speeded up, 24/7 […]

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The top new players disrupting the banking system

The top new players disrupting the banking system

Published on September 9, 2013 in Blog, Finance with 2 Comments

I recently read an article called the “Top 10 New Players Competing with Banks“, which in part inspired me to write this, not least, as it’s clear to many that some new “players” are not just competing with the banks but redefining the playing field and promising to disrupt the banking system as whole.   […]

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