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Christian Felber

Christian Felber is an author, speaker and university teacher, he is founder of the Economy for the Common Good and of the project Bank for the Common Good. Among his books are: Die Gemeinwohl-Ökonomie (Wien, Deuticke 2014), translated, among others, by Zed Books (United Kingdom), Ediciones Deusto (Spain), Actes Sud (France), Tecniche Nuove (Italy); Freihandelsabkommen TTIP. Alle Macht den Konzernen? (München, Hanser Box 2014); Geld. Die neuen Spielregeln (Wien, Deuticke 2014). http://www.christian-felber.at/ (Photo by Robert Gortana)

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05.02.2016
- Languages: de
The spirit guiding those who initiated and negotiated the TTIP agreement involved a very strange conception of democracy: trade was elevated above the real values and aims of the EU and its member states. Trade interests predominate in policy related to agriculture, environment, consumer protection, energy and resources. They influence the provision of public services, the negotiation of contracts, and even the legislative process.