Under its two imprints – Associative Economics Worldwide and CHB/Collected Works – the Centre for Associative Economics sponsors a range of publications designed to further understanding of the associative approach to economic life. The publications’ authors are from varied fields, countries and contexts. Ranging from entrepreneurs to scholars, their work contributes in different ways to a growing ‘literature’ – both historical and current – specifically related to associative economics. Many of the authors participate in the work of the Economics Conference of the Goetheanum.
Aimed at lay and professional readers alike, and provided as contributions to current debates, the publications are part of on-going seminar work conducted in many places around the world. They include archival material and new texts that consider today’s key economic questions in the light of associative economics with an emphasis on effecting practicable change, whether of concepts, policies or institutions.