References for Joy in Enough Working Groups

Deitz, Rob and O’Neill, Dan (2013) ‘Enough is Enough’, Earthscan from Routledge, Oxford.

Emmott, Stephen (2013) ‘Humans: the real threat to life on Earth’ The Observer 30/06

Galbraith, John Kenneth (1958) ‘The Affluent Society’, Penguin, New York

Jackson, Tim (2009) ‘Prosperity without Growth – Economics for a Finite Planet’ Earthscan,  London

Lynas, Mark (2011) ‘The God Species’ Fourth Estate, London

McLaren, Duncan (1995) ‘Environmental Space – Measuring the Dimensions of Sustainability’ Environment Council (UK) Business & Environment Ecofact Series

Packard, Vance (1957) ‘The Hidden Persuaders’, Harmonsworth, England 

Powley, Mark (2011) ‘Consumer Detox – Less Stuff, More Life’, Zondervan, Michigan

Putnam. Robert D. (2000) ‘Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community’ Simon & Schuster, New York:

Sandel, Michael (2012) ‘What Money Can’t Buy’, Penguin, London

Schor, Juliet B (2010) ‘Plenitude -The New Economics of True Wealth’ Penguin, New York

Seabrook, Jeremy, (1988) ‘The Race to Riches’, Green Print – Marshall Pickering, Sheffield

Sigman, Aric (2005) ‘Remotely Controlled’, Vermillion, London

Skidelsky, Robert and Skidelsky, Edward (2012) ‘How Much Is Enough?’ Penguin, London

Storkey, Alan (2009) ‘A biblical economic reformation’ The Bible in Transmission – Winter 2009

Wagstaff, Howard and Leach, Donald (1986) ‘Future Employment * Technological Change’, Kogan Page, London

Wilkinson, Richard and Pickett, Kate (2009) ‘The Spirit Level’, Penguin. London



Topics that cross working group boundaries (but might be allocated to a particular working group)

  1. Localisation:  relevant to 1.1, 2, 4.1 above
  2. Revival of craft and practical skill training: relevant to 2.2, 2.3, 3.2, 4.1




Author: poppy | Date: 14 September, 2013 | Category: Economics | Comments: 0

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