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Profit over the planet: A care-based economy would do the opposite. ZHANG KAIYV/UNSPLASH

Embedding the economy – with care

Richard Swift examines the deep roots of the market economy’s failures. Time for a radical rethink.

Latest issue: November-December 2020

A caring economy: What would it take?

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Indiscriminate hater Andrzej Duda divides Poland.

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