This book proposes that infusing mainline economics with more expansive and realistic conceptions of information/communication transforms static neoclassicism into evolutionary political economy. It results in modes of analysis that, when applied through policy, can lead to a sustainable future.

chapter |6 pages


part 1|42 pages

Part One: Information and Communication in Mainstream Economics

chapter 2|6 pages

Commodities as Signs

chapter 3|24 pages

The Place of Information in Economics

part 2|74 pages

Part Two: Interrelations Between Economics and Communication Studies

chapter 5|19 pages

On Political Economy

chapter 6|38 pages

Information, Economics, and Ecosystem

part 3|56 pages

Part Three: Information and Communication in Institutional and Evolutionary Economics

part |49 pages

Part Four: Policy Applications