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Economic Abundance by Dugger

Title Economic Abundance
Author Dugger
Publisher M.E. Sharpe
Release 2015-05-18
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 240
ISBN 0765628082
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Most principles of economics texts are predicated narrowly on the concept of scarcity as a fundamental force, but that is only one aspect of economics. This supplemental text for basic and intermediate level undergraduates provides a serious discussion of the concept of abundance - what it means, how we can move toward it, and what keeps us from doing so. The authors first outline the development of the concept of abundance and its meaning with discussions of the roles of population, resources, and the environment. Then they consider why abundance escapes us, focusing on the detrimental roles of four predatory behaviors - classism, nationalism, sexism, and racism. As a remedy, they propose a policy of universal employment as a replacement for full employment, and explore the effects of pushing the unemployment rate down to absolute zero.

Title The Curse of American Agricultural Abundance
Author Willard Wesley Cochrane
Publisher U of Nebraska Press
Release 2003-01-01
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 154
ISBN 9780803215290
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Advisor to President Kennedy, consultant for foreign governments, and spokesman for family farmers everywhere, Willard W. Cochrane has been a leading expert on agriculture and its problems in the United States since the 1940s. In his straightforward style Cochrane analyzes the propensity for American agriculture to produce too much and the inability of our social and economic system to make effective use of that unending abundance. He then offers his vision for American agriculture in the twenty-first century. Cochrane looks at two periods in agricultural history: 195366 and 19972002. Structurally, technologically, and organizationally the two periods are as different as night and day, but in terms of the big economic picture--too much production pressing on a limited commercial demand with resulting low farm prices and incomes--they are mirror images of each other. With this understanding, Cochrane argues that Americans no longer need to farm fragile ecosystems with intensive chemical methods, make huge payments that result in fewer farms and higher farming costs, nor bear the environmental consequences of all-out production. Instead, he outlines a bold new strategy in which we can enjoy our abundance and focus our efforts on quality of life and protecting the environment in our rural areas. Willard W. Cochrane is the author of numerous books, including The Development of American Agriculture: A Historical Analysis, and coauthor of Reforming Farm Policy: Toward a National Agenda. Richard A. Levins is a professor of agricultural economics at the University of Minnesota and the author of Willard Cochrane and the American Family Farm (Nebraska 2003).

Title Mapping Abundance for a Planetary Future
Author Candace Fujikane
Publisher Duke University Press
Release 2021-02-05
Category Social Science
Total Pages 304
ISBN 1478021241
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Mapping Abundance for a Planetary Future, Candace Fujikane contends that the practice of mapping abundance is a radical act in the face of settler capital's fear of an abundance that feeds. Cartographies of capital enable the seizure of abundant lands by enclosing "wastelands" claimed to be underdeveloped. By contrast, Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) cartographies map the continuities of abundant worlds. Vital to restoration movements is the art of kilo, intergenerational observation of elemental forms encoded in storied histories, chants, and songs. As a participant in these movements, Fujikane maps the ecological lessons of these elemental forms: reptilian deities who protect the waterways, sharks who swim into the mountains, the navigator Māui who fishes up the islands, the deities of snow and mists on Mauna Kea. The laws of these elements are now being violated by toxic waste dumping, leaking military jet fuel tanks, and astronomical-industrial complexes. As Kānaka Maoli and their allies stand as land and water protectors, Fujikane calls for a profound attunement to the elemental forms in order to transform climate events into renewed possibilities for planetary abundance.

A Little Book of Abundance Tips by Euphrosene Labon

Title A Little Book of Abundance Tips
Author Euphrosene Labon
Publisher Euphrosene Labon Art And Books
Release 2012-06-10
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 30
ISBN 1905402163
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Little Book of Abundance Tips A handy book of abundance tips — what it is, how to recognise the abundance already in your life and how to get more of it. It’s filled with inspiring and motivating tips and techniques — in a compact yet comprehensive little guide. ISBN 0-9545249-7-7 Price: £7.99 This book is available to order from all good bookshops, and on Amazon.co.uk.

Title Investigating Animal Abundance
Author Michael Begon
Publisher Univ Park Press
Release 1979
Category Science
Total Pages 97
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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