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WWTrade is a project applying humanistic values to commerce on a global basis with the purpose of restructuring trade to serve people's economic and social needs. This website, which can be edited by any supporter of the project using the [[wiki]] techniques used on Wikipedia, is a place to discuss, plan, and test tools which can be used to conduct work and trade in a creative humane way.
  
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==Editing WWTrade==
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To edit WWTrade you will need an account. To get an account on WWTrade you must first be an editor on Wikipedia with a confirmed email address. Use your account on Wikipedia to email [[Wikipedia:User:Fred Bauder]]. I will then create your account here. [[User:Fred Bauder|Fred Bauder]] ([[User talk:Fred Bauder|talk]]) 04:14, 30 November 2016 (CST)
  
== Getting started ==
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==Goals==
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The goal of WWTrade is to create the preconditions for a rich, full life for everyone on Earth by utilizing and controlling proven techniques of organization, production, and distribution. Specific goals include:
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*Meeting basic needs for food, water, health care, shelter, and personal development.
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*A [[sustainable global economy]]
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*Universal opportunity for productive [[work]]
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*Decent [[working conditions]]
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*An adequate [[distribution]] system
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*Opportunities for [[creativity]], [[leisure]], and [[enjoyment]]
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*[[Political stability|Political]] and [[economic stability]]
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*Outline of a pathway to economic and social control of trade using using [[socially owned intellectual property]]
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This can be summarized as [[right livelihood]].
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==Areas of opportunity and concern==
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*[[Accountability]]
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*[[Information]]
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*[[Inclusion]]
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*[[Exploitation]]
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*[[Expropriation]]
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*[[Health]]
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*[[Environment]]
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*[[Wages]]
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*[[Regulation]]
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*[[Humane treatment]]
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==Reading==
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*Elinor Ostrom, ''Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action (Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions)'', Cambridge University Press (November 30, 1990), trade paperback, 298 pages, {{ISBN-10|0521405998}} {{ISBN-13|978-0521405997}}

Latest revision as of 04:15, 30 November 2016

WWTrade is a project applying humanistic values to commerce on a global basis with the purpose of restructuring trade to serve people's economic and social needs. This website, which can be edited by any supporter of the project using the wiki techniques used on Wikipedia, is a place to discuss, plan, and test tools which can be used to conduct work and trade in a creative humane way.

Editing WWTrade

To edit WWTrade you will need an account. To get an account on WWTrade you must first be an editor on Wikipedia with a confirmed email address. Use your account on Wikipedia to email Wikipedia:User:Fred Bauder. I will then create your account here. Fred Bauder (talk) 04:14, 30 November 2016 (CST)

Goals

The goal of WWTrade is to create the preconditions for a rich, full life for everyone on Earth by utilizing and controlling proven techniques of organization, production, and distribution. Specific goals include:

This can be summarized as right livelihood.

Areas of opportunity and concern

Reading

  • Elinor Ostrom, Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action (Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions), Cambridge University Press (November 30, 1990), trade paperback, 298 pages, ISBN-10: 0521405998 ISBN-13: 978-0521405997