Schumacher Center for a New Economics

Founding Year: 1980

Staff: 30


Susan Witt (Executive Director)

Is a nonprofit organization striving towards a “just and sustainable global economy” by educating “the public about an economics that supports both people and the planet.” It designs “transformative systems” and clearly relates their guiding principles by combining “theoretical research with practical application at the local, regional, and international levels.”




Schumacher Center for a New Economics contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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