Robin Murray is an industrial economist working principally on social innovation. He has been involved in fair trade for twenty-five years, also in environmental partnerships working in the fields of waste, energy, transport, food and health.
Published in: openEconomyThe cooperative turn - building the right kind of autonomy
In the age of failing globalisation, cooperatives are the microcosms of a more stable and resilient economy. (A...
Published in: HomeGlobal Civil Society and the rise of the civil economy
The last thirty years has seen the re-emergence of a civil economic challenge, side by side with the advance of...