Robin Murray: Selected Writings

Author(s): Robin Murray [edited by Michael Rustin]
ISBN13/Barcode: 9781912064496

Robin Murray: Selected Writings demonstrates the breadth of Murray's intellectual curiosity and his political commitment to finding new ways of organising the economy and society. A thinker at the heart of left-wing thought and contributor to the seminal 1968 May Day Manifesto,

Robin Murray's pioneering work encompasses diverse areas including fair trade, waste management, and, crucially, the regeneration of London via the London Industrial Strategy of radical local authority the GLC in the 1980s. Much of Murray's work has striking contemporary relevance, for example his passion for ecological sustainability, co-operatives and fair trade, and his analysis of the developing 'attention economy' and its impact on a new era of digital platforms.

This collection has been curated to showcase the many contexts within which Robin Murray's boundless energy, enthusiasm and intellectual curiosity saw him collaborating. Murray's work exemplifies how cooperation can bring about real social change; this book will appeal to students, policymakers and anyone interested in radical social transformation.


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ISBN13/Barcode 9781912064496
ISBN10 1912064499
Author Robin Murray [edited by Michael Rustin]
Binding Paperback
Date Published 1 Dec 2020
Frequency No
Report Date N/A
Pages 313
Publisher Lawrence & Wishart

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