Eighty-One Names: The New Economy We Need So Much

Eighty-One Names

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This is an expanded Appendix 1 to my essay A New Cooperative Economy.

Until something has a name, it hardly exists. So what shall we call the new economy that we need so much? These are all proposed names that I have harvested from my reading. If you know of another, let me know, and I will add it. Updated to 81 names on February 5th 2020.

So which do you prefer? I apologize that this website is not sophisticated enough to allow for scoring. Click MORE to see the list…

Name Primary Origins
1.     Biophysical Economy Charles Hall
2.     Blue Economy Gunther Pauli
3.     Capitalism 3.0 Peter Barnes
4.     Capitalism 4.0 Anatole Kaletsky
5.     Caring Economy Rianne Eisler, Tania Singer
6.     Care-Centered Economy David Bollier, Ina Praetorius
7.     Circular Economy Ellen McArthur
8.     Citizens’ Economy Open Democracy, UK
9.     Civil Economy Stefano Zamagni
10.   Clean Economy Various
11.   Collaborative Commons Economy Jeremy Rifkin
12.   Common Good Capitalism Terry Mollner
13.   Communalist Economy Murray Bookchin
14.   Conscious Capitalism John Mackey
15.   Cooperative Economy Various
16.   Cooperative & Community-Based Economy Ana Maria Paredo
17.   Cooperative Solidarity Commonwealth Jessica Gordon Nembhard, Frank Lindenfeld
18.   Democratic Capitalism Robert Kuttner, Michael Novak, George Cooper
19.   Democratic Economy Marjorie Kelly and Ted Howard
20.   Democratic Eco-Socialism Hans Baer
21.   Digital Distributive Economy Douglas Rushkoff
22.   Doughnut Economy Kate Raworth
23.   Eco-Economy, Ecosystem-Economy Robert Costanza, John Rynn
24.   Economy of Love SEKEM
25.   Ecological Capitalism Various
26.   Ecological Socialism, Eco-Socialism Various. Murray Bookchin
27.   Economic Democracy David Schweickart
28.   Economy for the Common Good Christian Felber
29.   Economy that Works for Everyone Hillary Clinton, Democrats
30.   Eudaemonic Economy Eric Beinhocker
31.   Equilibrium Economy Various
32.   Ethical Economy Michael Bauwens
33.   Fair Ecological Economy David Boyle, NEF
34.   Feminist/Feminine Economy Jennifer Armbrust
35.   Fourth Industrial Revolution Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum
36.   Gaian Economy Ross Jackson, Helena Norberg-Hodge
37.   Generative Economy Marjorie Kelly
38.   Green, Green Collar Economy Van Jones + many
39.   Green Socialism Various
40.   Holistic Economy Jo Confino, Capital Institute
41.   Human-Centered Economy Li Congjun, Joseph Featherall, Aldous Huxley
42.   Humanomics Tomas Sedlacek
43.   Indigenous Economy Carol Anne Hilton
44.   Inclusive Capitalism Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism. Very mainstream.
45.   Inclusive Economy Royal Society for the Arts, UK
46.   Libertarian Socialism Noam Chomsky, Murray Bookchin, Abdullah Ocalan
47.   Life Economy John Perkins
48.   Living Economy Judy Wicks, BALLE
49.   Living Earth Economy David Korten
50.   Moral Economy Samuel Bowles
51.   Natural Capitalism Paul Hawken, Amory & Hunter Lovins
52.   New Economy New Economics Coalition, New Economics Foundation
53.   New Green Economy Tim Jackson, Peter Victor
54.   Participatory Economy Robin Hahnel, Michael Albert
55.   People’s Economy Boston Ujima, Rojava, Ethical Consumer
56.   People-Centered Economy David Korten
57.   Permanent Economy E.F. Schumacher
58.   Place-Based Economy Sean Markey, Greg Halseth
59.   Plenitude Economy Juliet Schor
60.   Pluralist Commonwealth Gus Alperowitz
61.   Post-Capitalism Paul Mason
62.   Progressive Capitalism Joe Stiglitz
63.   REconomy Transition Towns Network
64.   Real Economy Various
65.   Regenerative Capitalism John Fullerton
66.   Resilient Economy Various
67.   Restoration Economy Storm Cunningham
68.   Restorative Economy Joshua Farley
69.   Sharing Economy Various
70.   Solidarity Economy Latin America
71.   Social Democratic Economy Bernie Sanders
72.   Social Economy Frank Lindenfeld
73.   Social Knowledge Economy Ecuador
74.   Solar Economy Hazel Henderson
75.   Solutions Economy Shaun Loney
76.   Steady-State Economy Herman Daly, Tim Jackson, Brian Czeck, Rob Dietz
77.   Sustainable Economy Various
78.   Sustainable/Smart Prosperity Mike Wilson
79.   Wellbeing Economy Lorenzo Fioramonti, Mark Anielski, Wellbeing Economy Alliance
80.   Whole Earth Economy Peter Brown, Geoffrey Garver
81.   Women-Centered Economy Canadian Women’s Economic Council

2 thoughts on “Eighty-One Names: The New Economy We Need So Much

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