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Links 1 through 10 of 255 by Michel Bauwens tagged P2P-Courses

"The series of twelve inter-related seminars presented by James B.Quilligan - Raw film footage"

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"Another few months have passed and a new term at the Prajna Institute starts in a few days. I'm looking forward to starting my classes with a new round of students and the older students that I've been working with over the last year or two. As I've mentioned from time to time, I'm an instructor in a distance-based Buddhist seminary called "The Prajna Institute". I've lost track of how many terms I've been teaching and I'm feeling disinclined to double-check but it has been for much of the last two years or so."

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"This course entitled as "Peer Production and Commons Theory Course". This is now just a proposal and is under construction. In this wiki you will find the course syllabus proposal. The contents, materials and the course itself would be developed once funding is allocated. "

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"In July, Edge held its annual Master Class in Napa, California on the theme: "The Science of Human Nature". In the six week period that began September 12th, we are publishing the complete video, audio, and texts: Princeton psychologist Daniel Kahneman on the marvels and the flaws of intuitive thinking

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"The free wheeling heydays of paying 100s of thousands of dollars for an education while driving around with the top down screaming, “Money ain’t a thang,” times may soon be over. People are getting tired of paying an exorbitant amount of money for a quality education — and not even the best in the world. Employers are starting to care less and less about your degree, or where you went to school

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"With very few exceptions, if any, ways of measurement are to some extent arbitrary and it is part of the scientific process to agree on which ways to use and how to use them when measuring. Measurement in Economics and in particular, measurement of individual and organizational basic aspects of society is therefore a topic that lies crucially between philosophy and economics, an area in which the Urrutia Elejalde Foundation has annually organized a Summer School.

Our proposal aims to discuss theoretical works regarding how to measure important concepts for the economic analysis (Inequality/Poverty/Welfare, Segregation/Discrimination/Homophily, Rationality/Consistency, Riskiness/Uncertainty/Information, Diversity/Conflict/Bizarreness or Intellectual Influence/Network Centrality among others). The course is structured around such central topics on which general talks and specific contributions will be discussed."

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"I had many memorable dialogues with seminar conveners and colleagues. Some of the most brilliant moments occurred with Lord Glasman on the new economics of replenishment

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"James Quilligan conducted a 12-day seminar series on the Commons, in London, May 2012. The launch event was hosted by Michael Meacher, Member of the Parliament, in the House of Commons, under the title: “Political Economy and the Inclusive Commons”. Whether you were present at the opening or not, expect to hear more about that event and what happened afterwards if you’re involved with the commons movement. Not only to hear about, but also draw on, return to, and gain strength and wisdom from it in our common work."

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"In collaboration with the OWS Alternative Banking Working Group.Suresh Naidu and Maliha Safri from the Center for Popular Economics answer your questions about the economy. We discuss inequality in the US and around the world, who are the 1% and what does it take to get there, what is the relationship between the banks and the Federal reserve, how the financial crisis got going, what’s happening in Europe and “Why can’t I find a good job?”. We also talk about alternatives, from coops and credit unions to open source to what a democratic economy looks like."

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