Synergizing Social Economy and Circular Economy
Keywords:circular economy, social economy / économie circulaire, économie sociale
Both social economy and circular economy have received much attention recently. Yet, the relationship between the two remains under explored. While social economy primarily refers to economic democratization, collective enterprise, and the quest for common good, circular economy tends to focus on environmental sustainability. This article examines the overlap between the two.
Keywords / Mots clés : circular economy, social economy / économie circulaire, économie sociale
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