Christian Felber
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Christian Felber

Christian Felber, born in 1972, lives as a writer and university lecturer in Vienna. He co-founded ATTAC Austria and initiated the international Economy for the Common Good movement in 2010 as well as the Bank for the Common Good project. Most recently published by Deuticke: Economy For the Common Good (updated and extended republication 2012, translated into 10 languages), Let Us Save the Euro! (2012), Money. The New Rules (2014) and with Hanser Box Freihandelsabkommen TTIP. Alle Macht den Konzernen? (2014). www.christian-felber.at, www.ecogood.org, www.ethischerwelthandel.info The author holds more than 150 lectures annually. Over 50,000 German copies sold of Gemeinwohlökonomie - already translated into over 10 languages and awarded the ZEIT Knowledge Prize „Courage in Sustainability” 2017 (in the category of Knowledge). www.christian-felber.at www.ecogood.org, www.ethischerwelthandel.info

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Ethical Global Trade

Ethical Global Trade

In his new book, Christian Felber vividly illustrates how wrongheaded the current free trade debate is – »free trade versus protectionism« – and very clearly puts forward a possible ...

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50 Suggestions for a Fairer World

50 Suggestions for a Fairer World

Politics and economy seem interested solely in global competitiveness, i.e. the ability to attract investors. Visible consequences of this neo-liberal strategy are mega-fusions, mass unemployment ...

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Money

Money

Money may rule the world – but it shouldn’t. How can we put an end to monetary domination and relegate money to its proper function: a means towards a good life?

The big banks, the ...

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Economy for the Common Good

Economy for the Common Good

Like capitalism, Felber’s Welfare Economy is based on private enterprise and individual initiative, but instead of competing with each other for financial gain, companies work together in ...

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Let us save the Euro!

Let us save the Euro!

In this highly topical and cutting-edge book Christian Felber presents us with a choice of four approaches towards the crisis the European currency is currently facing: Transfer of debts by some ...

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The Common Welfare Economy

The Common Welfare Economy

Never again should anyone be able to say that there is no alternative to the rocky roads of capitalism and »real socialism«. The Common Welfare Economy represents a profound response to the ...

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Co-operation Rather than Competition

Co-operation Rather than Competition

We need »a new Bretton Woods« to regulate global financial markets – this is the first of 50 Suggestions to a Fairer World, which Christian Felber presented in 2006 in his highly successful ...

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Christian Felber

Presse

"Der Robin Hood einer gerechten Ökonomie." Miray Caliskan und Hella Kemper, Zeit Wissen, 20.02.17

"Christian Felber zeigt den Weg zu einer Ökonomie, in der Geld und Märkte wieder den Menschen dienen statt umgekehrt." Jakob von Uexküll, Gründer des Alternativen Nobelpreises

"Würden Christian Felbers Vorschläge tatsächlich angewandt, würde aus dem Raubtier Kapitalismus wohl mehr als nur ein nützliches und ungefährliches Haustier werden." Rudolf Speth, Frankfurter Rundschau, 8.11.06

Awards

2017 ZEIT WISSEN Nachhaltigkeitspreis

2014 getAbstract International Book Award

1998 Arbeitsstipendium des Landes Salzburg

1998 Arbeitsstipendium des Bundeskanzleramtes für Literatur

Bibliographie

Im Deuticke Verlag sind erschienen
2006 50 Vorschläge für eine gerechtere Welt. Gegen Konzernmacht und Kapitalismus
2008 Neue Werte für die Wirtschaft. Eine Alternative zu Kommunismus und Kapitalismus
2009 Kooperation statt Konkurrenz. 10 Schritte aus der Krise
2010 Die Gemeinwohl-Ökonomie. Das Wirtschaftsmodell der Zukunft
2012 Die Gemeinwohl-Ökonomie. Aktualisierte und erweiterte Neuausgabe
2012 Retten wir den Euro!
2014 Geld. Die neuen Spielregeln
2017 Ethischer Welthandel. Alternativen zu TTIP, WTO & Co.
2019 This is not economy. Aufruf zur Revolution der Wirtschaftswissenschaft (Herbst 2019)