The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy aims to become the international forum for this new conception of inclusive democracy. That is, direct political democracy, economic democracy (beyond the confines of the market economy and state planning), as well as democracy in the social realm and ecological democracy. In short, inclusive democracy is a form of social organisation which re-integrates society with economy, polity and nature.
However, we also welcome contributions which do not necessarily share the ID perspective, if they are considered by the editorial committee and the international referees associated with the journal to be of general interest (see for details the Notes for contributors).
The journal is published four times a year (Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring) and all back and current issues are uploaded in this site.
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- Global ethics
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- Ethics of political systems
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- Governance and ethics
- Development ethics
- Economic ethics
- Ethics of economic systems