Club of Vienna

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The Club of Vienna is an international association which has 24 members[1] and interested in social, scientific, economic and ecological issues.

Areas of Focus[edit]

Particular attention is given to:[2]

  • intellectual, cultural, ecological and economic potential in the area of conflict between regional and national interests
  • the trend towards globalization
  • possible scenarios for the city of Vienna.

Founding president[edit]

Current topics of the Club of Vienna[edit]

  • Consequences of migration in Europe: opening of the east, transit, currents of traffic, economic consequences, social issues, culture; advantages and disadvantages
  • Participatory decision-making in democracy
  • Acceleration phenomena
  • Non-material indicators of prosperity
  • The new capitalism
  • Europe in the 21st century – two differing speeds?
  • Slaves and masters in information society
  • Sustainability as an investment principle
  • Examine "The Reasons of Growth"


  • Kapitalismus gezähmt? Weltreligionen und Kapitalismus (H. Knoflacher, K. Woltron, A. Rosik-Kölbl, editors), 2006. Verlag echo media, Vienna
  • Wege in den Postkapitalismus (K. Woltron, H. Knoflacher, A. Rosik-Kölbl, editors), 2004. Verlag edition selene, Vienna
  • Die Ursachen des Wachstums. Unsere Chancen zur Umkehr (R. Riedl, M. Delpos, editors), 1996. Verlag Kremayr und Scheriau: Vienna

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Club of Vienna, retrieved online: 2009-05-23
  2. ^ Club of Vienna, retrieved online: 2009-05-23

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