Our Head of Regenerative Economics, Ruth Potts, reflects on the continuing relevance of E. F. Schumacher’s influential book, Small is Beautiful 50 years after publication.
Convergence with Universidad Austral de Chile
Current student Mark Sim blogs on a recent international meeting of minds combining our Regenerative Economics Master’s with Human-Scale Development and Ecological Economics intiatives in Chile.
What’s in a name? How we came to be called Schumacher College
Schumacher College was named in honour of the legacy of economist E. F. Schumacher, whose work prioritised an economics that also contributed to healthy people and planet. This blog burrows deeper into the story of how the College came to take on Schumacher’s name, with the help of our founder Satish Kumar.
Student Stories: Farm Life
Our economics student, Kate Rudd, blogs about her research into deeply regenerative agriculture in an Italian ecovillage.
Islands of hope on the forefront of Regenerative Economics
Past Regenerative Economics student Yannick Beaudoin, uses the art of change and participatory social process to facilitate conversations on the huge questions of today: What’s our economy for?
The kind of economics we need right now
Lecturer in Regenerative Economics at Schumacher College, Jay Tompt, writes that after the events of the past 18 months the message is clear: we need an economics that “affirms life”.
Colleges’ Bursary Campaign gets a boost from funding partners
Schumacher College and Dartington School of Arts are increasing financial support for students from less well-off backgrounds who want to study at the colleges.
Three books to spark a revolution?
Jonathan Dawson, the Programme Lead for our highly-respected MA Regenerative Economics, blogs on the often forgotten but increasingly important philosophical dimension in modern day economics.