Michel Bauwens

The Political Economy of the Common: An Interview with Andrea Fumagalli

P2P Foundation founder Michel Bauwens in conversation with economics professor and commonfare.net coordinator, Andrea Fumagalli.  Michel Bauwens: One of the early influences of the P2P Theory building which is at the basis of the work of the P2P Foundation,...
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P2P: A new cycle of post-civilizational development

Professor and economist Rajani Kanth is currently undertaken a series of interviews with thinkers about social change, including herewith P2P Foundation founder Michel Bauwens. This is one of the longer interviews that gives a good idea of the current...
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Freedom, Security and Commoning in the Age of the Precariat: an interview with Dirk Holemans

Michel Bauwens interviews Dirk Holemans to explore how freedom, security and a new social contract could take place in the age of precarity.
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Peer to Peer and the Commons: A matter, energy and thermodynamic perspective

Commons Transition presents this report in two volumes by Céline Piques and Xavier Rizos, with the support of P2P Foundation founder Michel Bauwens. The Commons movement is facing a challenge: to articulate the optimum rate at which a resource can be...
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Julien Reynier and Fabrice Clerc from L’Atelier Paysan on self-build communities in farming

L'Atelier Paysan is a French cooperative working with farmers to design machines and buildings adapted to the specific practices of small farm agroecology.
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Digital Generative Economies and the New Guilds: A Conversation between Michel Bauwens and Douglas Rushkoff

An audio conversation between Michel Bauwens and Douglas Rushkoff covering finance, the commons how to replace the extractive economy with generative models
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