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Study: “Public policies in the promotion of companies of the Common Good in Spain”, by Antonia Sajardo, Professor of the Applied Economics Department of the University of Valencia.

  • January 23rd, 2018

This paper focuses on the analysis of the alternative economic model: the Economy of the Common Good, with the aim of identifying and evaluating the potential policies, measures and public instruments of application for the promotion of companies following this model.

The paper is divided into three parts. First of all a characterization and analysis of the Common Businesses (EsCG) is carried out in order to obtain the common nexus with the economic model of the ECG together with the contributions of the Social Economy and the Solidarity Economy, among others. In the second part, the main arguments established by the public intervention in favour of the companies of the Common Good are analysed. To finish, the third part presents and analyses the different measures of public policy with a concrete proposal for the promotion of the EsCG in the Spanish State..

INDEX:

INTRODUCCTION

PART 1: Conceptual framework of the Economy of the Common Good and the Companies of the Common Good.

  1. The Economy of the Common Good: towards a conceptual dimension.
  2. Economy of the Common Good, Social Economy, Solidarity Economy and Barefoot Economy: a common substratum.

PART 2: The companies of the common good as an object of public action

  1. The Economy of the Common Good in the economic and social system.
  2. Reasons for the promotion of the Economy of the Common Good by the Public Sector: The companies of the common good in the achievement of general interest goal.
  3. The models of relationship between the State and the Economy of the Common Good.

PART 3: Policies for the promotion of the companies of the Common Good.

  1. From Public Policies towards the Private Sector: a short introductory context.
  2. The design of Public Policies towards the Social Economy: a reference framework.
  3. Policies for the promotion of Good Common companies.
  4. Social Economy promotion policies: lessons from the outpost.

 

 

 
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