Saturday, November 27, 2010

At SMEE day 3 part2

Just watched a presentation on an analysis of the Columbian economy from 1970 to 2007, using an ecological economics perspective. It was interesting - as much as I was able to understand - and seemed to include many different aspects of economics, industrial ecology and a consideration for non-classical economic theory. It was a presentation that showed some of the muscle of the 'Barcelona School' of ecological economics (what I suppose I will term 'eco eco', because it sounds fun - along the lines of thinking that 'evo devo' sounds more catchy than 'evolutionary development').

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