In 2017, economist Kate Raworth penned her theory of “doughnut economics,” a hypothesis that explores the push/pull dynamic between the demands of economies and the constraints of an overburdened planet. Journalist Ciara Nugent explores the concept of doughnut economics in the initial steps taken by the city of Amsterdam to put the theory into practice. Economists, policy experts and business leaders will find some intriguing arguments, both pro and con, in this insightful article.
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Ciara Nugent is a journalist for TIME.
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