E.F. Schumacher and His Legacy for the 21st Century
Edited By Hendrik Opdebeeck
Notes on Contributors
Ludo Abicht is emeritus professor of ethics and Middle Eastern studies at the universities of Ghent and Antwerp. He was professor of European Studies at the University of New Brunswick (Fredericton, NB, Canada), Antioch University (Ohio, US) and UC Berkeley (US). He is the author of many articles in New German Critique, Monthly Review, Athenäum, Civis Mundi, Etcetera and Mores. He has published many books, among which Paul Adler, ein Dichter aus Prag (1973). Christian Arnsperger is professor of economics at the Université catholique de Louvain in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. He is also a senior research fellow with the Belgian National Science Foundation (F.R.S.- FNRS). His research and teaching work takes place at the juncture between economics, ethics and ecology. His main current research topic is the transi- tion towards a ‘green economy’ and its implications in terms of banking and finance. He is also active in the area of monetary economics and within the paradigm of ecological economics. He is the author of numerous articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has published many books, among which most recently Money and Sustainability: The Missing Link (Triarchy Press 2012, with Bernard Lietaer, Sally Goerner and Stefan Brunnhuber); L’homme économique et le sens de la vie: Petit traité d’alter-économie (Textuel 2011); and Full-Spectrum Economics: Toward an Inclusive and Emancipatory Social Science (Routledge 2010). Luk Bouckaert is emeritus professor of ethics at the Catholic University of Leuven (K.U. Leuven, Belgium). He is a philosopher and an economist by training. His research and...
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