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Club of brussels

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The Club of Brussels is an economic think thank based in Brussels, founded in October 2017. It is dedicated to the development of an integrative systems-based approach towards the economy which includes approaches such as systems thinking, complexity management[1], regenerative economy approaches, global sustainability, biomimetics and more. It proposes to develop a new school of economic thought based on the application of systems theory inspired approaches towards economic and societal development. It focuses on the transition of the present model towards local and global sustainability, with an attention to concrete policy and reform measures in the fields of: public real estate renovation, multifunctional urban renewal, eco green building, waste management, upskilling of workforce, agroecology businesses, multimodal transport of people and goods, health education and prevention, relocalisation of economy.

Among the early founders of the initiative are transition actors and thinkers such as: Michel de Kemmeter, Rudy Aernoudt, Marc Luyckx Ghisi, Philippe Destatte, Kris Vander Velpen, Christian Ghymers, Michel Bauwens, Michel Saloff Coste, Bertrand Badré, Elisabet Sahtouris, Andrea Pitasi, Francis Heylighen.

Systemic economy model[edit]

A systemic economy model, developed in 2021, opposes itself to accumulation-based extractive business models, as regenerative, answering multiple challenges in its core mission. It also challenges proprietary models, by sharing underused resources on multiple levels within stakeholders entrepreneurship ecosystem. Peer-to-peer dynamics are at the core of this model. It is an example of multiple stakeholders ecosystemic business models, like in quadruple and quintuple innovation helix framework. In seems to make the economic players more attractive for talent and stakeholders alliances, and engaging for long term contributive innovation. Theoricians say the on a macro-economic level, if all players would work like this - offering purpose and multiple solutions[2], also called commons - to serve common good, mechanically millions of new solutions would emerge to solve hypercomplex historical challenges[3]. It also studies and answers systemic risk issues, and systemic emergent evolution of entirely new properties.

Club of Brussels organizes a yearly Systemic Economy Summit.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Le Nouveau Jeu Economique, with Paul Mauhin, Ed. Otherways-UHDR UniverseCity, March 2014 (ISBN 978-2-9601480-0-8 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.)
  • Le Droit des Affaires en Evolution / Tendensen in het Bedrijfsrecht", pp. 1–37, IJE-IBJ, Novembre 2016 (ISBN 978-2-8027-5709-2 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.)
  • Towards a more Systemic Collaboration for new progress models between Celac and Europe; Construyendo El Espacio ComÚn de Educación Superior, Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación para la AsociaciÓn Estratégica Birregional Ed. Comité Local de Organización - Secretaría Ejecutiva del Foro Académico Permanente 2016, pp. 184-188; 648 p.
  • Shifting Economy", Ed. Otherways-UHDR UniverseCity, May 2017 (ISBN 978-2-9601480-1-5 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.)
  • Wise Paper 1", [1] July 2019
  • Wise Paper 2", [2] October 2019
  • Wise Paper 3", [3] November 2019
  • Wise Paper 4", For a high leverage deployment plan, February 2021

See also[edit]

  • Social sustainability
  • Intangible assets
  • Sustainable development goals
  • School of economic thought
  • World Systems Theory
  • Externality
  • Stakeholder theory
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • New economy
  • Transition economy
  • Paradigm shift
  • Regenerative design
  • Systems design
  • Circular economy

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