Transition to a new economy

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Strangers who share one car. A network around a drug addicted youth who offer care themselves, under the guidance of a professional. A person paying back an hour of painting window frames with an hour of working in someone else’s garden. These are all examples of a more social economy, which is growing slowly but surely, also in the Netherlands. At Maastricht University, René Kemp is studying how this transition from an old to a new economy is taking shape worldwide.

Period1 Sep 2017

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  • TitleInterview: The transition to a new economy
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletmaastrichtuniversity.nl
    Country/TerritoryNetherlands
    Date1/09/17
    DescriptionStrangers who share one car. A network around a drug addicted youth who offer care themselves, under the guidance of a professional. A person paying back an hour of painting window frames with an hour of working in someone else’s garden. These are all examples of a more social economy, which is growing slowly but surely, also in the Netherlands. At Maastricht University, René Kemp is studying how this transition from an old to a new economy is taking shape worldwide.
    Producer/AuthorFemke Kools
    URLhttps://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/news/interview-transition-new-economy
    PersonsRenatus Kemp