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Jessica Gordon Nembhard is is an associate professor of community justice and social economic development in the Department of African-American Studies at John Jay College, CUNY. She is also a consultant (formerly Research Director) to the Preamble Center, Washington, DC. … Continue reading
In the current moment of economic crisis and increasing cultural fluidity, there is a need for research that seeks a better understanding of how globalization shapes and is shaped by the development of the social economy. The articles posted below … Continue reading
Dr. Elizabeth A. Segal is a social policy analyst with a background in professional social work. She currently holds the position of Professor in the School of Social Work at Arizona State University. She has served on the faculties of … Continue reading
Data Commons Project. The Data Commons Project is a collaborative effort among a diverse array of organizations in the U.S. and Canada who share a mission of building and supporting the development of a cooperative economy. Our goal is to … Continue reading
An archaeologist and historian by training, van der Leeuw’s personal research interests are in the study of long-term dynamics of socio-environmental systems, reconstruction of ancient technologies, (ancient and modern) regional man-land relationships, invention and innovation, urban dynamics, geographic information systems, … Continue reading
Ted De Barbieri is an Equal Justice Works Fellow and Staff Attorney in the Urban Justice Center’s Community Development Project in New York City. The Community Development Project provides litigation and transactional support to community-based organizations throughout the five boroughs. … Continue reading