Brianna Farber's research while affiliated with American Association for the Advancement of Science and other places

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Article
Circular economies are often framed as addressing a trio of problems: environmental degradation, economic stagnation, and social ills, broadly defined. Our paper centers on this last claim – that circular economies promise social benefits. There is a dearth of literature focused on the social dimensions of circular economies (Geissdoerfer, Martin,...

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... They find that discourses that do include justice generally lean towards neoliberal forms which emphasize the free pursuit of mutual self-interest, the protection of private property, and freedom of choice rather than concern about distributive, procedural or compensatory justice. They argue that without deep consideration of justice as a multifaceted concept, the movement toward more circular economies is likely to reproduce existing inequalities rather than to solve them (Berry et al., 2021). ...