By way of articles, papers and books, a literature is being developed that develops the associative economic paradigm through on-going consideration of the economic affairs of the day. The publications are aimed at lay and professional readers alike.
Under the imprints of New Economy Publications, Rudolf Steiner Archive and Associative Economics Institute, the Centre for Associative Economics sponsors a range of publications designed to further understanding of the associative approach to economic life. Publishing is part of the Centre's on-going Archive Project, which aims to provide a 'literature' – both historical and current – specifically related to associative economics.
The publications take the form of occasional articles and papers, and an on-going catalogue of booklets and books.
Articles & Papers
Seminal in character and published as contributions to current debates, these publications are part of on-going seminar work conducted in many places around the world.
Booklets & Books
Combining archival material and new texts, these publications consider key economic questions in the light of associative economics. Written with the lay reader in mind, their emphasis is on effecting practicable change, whether of concepts, policies or institutions.