​In a time of dark apocalyptic forebodings comes an explosive heterodox textbook by   Adbusters  , the  cultural   insurgents  that launched Buy Nothing Day and Occupy Wall Street. A visual masterpiece in the groundbreaking flow-based aesthetic that  Adbusters  founder Kalle Lasn has pioneered for twenty years,  Meme Wars  is a 400-page manifesto for young  insurgents  who will be tomorrow's leaders, bankers,  cultural and economic theorists...  "We abandon everything we thought we knew about progress. We completely re-imagine industry, nutrition, communication, transportation, housing and money. Humanity, and the world we depend on, are sustained." - Kalle Lasn,  Meme Wars: The Creative Destruction of Neoclassical Economics   Meme Wars is published by  Seven Stories Press  (US),  Penguin  (UK & Commonwealth),  Random House  (Canada), Riemann (Germany), Fora do Eixo (Brazil), and Open Books (S. Korea).

​In a time of dark apocalyptic forebodings comes an explosive heterodox textbook by Adbusters, the cultural insurgents that launched Buy Nothing Day and Occupy Wall Street. A visual masterpiece in the groundbreaking flow-based aesthetic that Adbusters founder Kalle Lasn has pioneered for twenty years, Meme Wars is a 400-page manifesto for young insurgents who will be tomorrow's leaders, bankers, culturaland economic theorists...

"We abandon everything we thought we knew about progress. We completely re-imagine industry, nutrition, communication, transportation, housing and money. Humanity, and the world we depend on, are sustained." - Kalle Lasn, Meme Wars: The Creative Destruction of Neoclassical Economics

Meme Wars is published by Seven Stories Press (US), Penguin (UK & Commonwealth), Random House (Canada), Riemann (Germany), Fora do Eixo (Brazil), and Open Books (S. Korea).

Hey all you students out there,

Hey all you students out there,

Hey all you students out there, you are entering university at a critical juncture. Capitalism is in crisis and the crisis is growing ever deeper. The inability of economists to incorporate externalities into their models and to account for phenomena such as species extinction, resource depletion and climate change – not to mention the 2008 financial meltdown that blindsided them all – has turned the profession into a target for derision and ridicule. And it’s not just some academic joke – today even ordinary people look down their noses at the ineptitude of economics....

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