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Economic and ecological crises: Green New Deals and no-growth economies

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Journal publication date2012
JournalDevelopment
Journal number1
Volume55
Number of pages8
Pages17-24
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Bob Jessop applies cultural political economy to the global economic and ecological crisis. He presents theoretical preliminaries concerning economic and ecological imaginaries, and then goes on to highlight the multidimensional nature of the current crisis and struggles over its interpretation.