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As both a theoretical and practical discipline, associative economics bridges between concepts and application, academia and business, and the manner in which micro cases address macro problems. Embedded in experience, associative economic research is carried out on an-going basis, including the development of an archive, with its results published via various media.
Formal research in associative economics is fostered by the Centre for Associative Economics – a virtual ‘think tank’ comprising colleagues from the fields of economics, accounting and monetary history. Coordinated by Dr. Christopher Houghton Budd, the research is currently focused on 6 main areas:
- Accounting Reform
- Prospects for a World Currency
- Youth Financial Literacy
- The Role of the Corporation and the Future of Not-for-profits
- Financing Education
- The Economics of Farming
The research is published in the form of articles in Associate!, or as papers, booklets, or books under the imprints of New Economy Publications, Rudolf Steiner Archive and Associative Economics Institute.
In order that this research remains politically and commercially independent, funding is sought from those who would like to befriend it. If you would like to contribute, please do so.