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  thing is that one will be able to provide goods and ser- vices without depending on an employer.
Participatory economy: also known as ParEcon. It is one of the libertarian alternatives to the capitalist market economy and to centralized planning proper to state socialism. !is economic proposal rejects any permanent hierarchy and there is no class structure; the values they are trying to achieve are equity, soli- darity, diversity and participatory self-management. It seeks not to confront the producer and the consumer. Consciously, producers and consumers can plan how to coordinate their relationship in a democratic, equi- table and eðcient way.
Solidarity economy: is a search for alternative ways of doing economy, based on solidarity and work. !e principle is that the introduction of increasing and qualitatively higher levels of solidarity increases micro and macroeconomic eðciency, along with generating a set of social and cultural benefits that favor the entire society.
Sustainable economy: also known as enduring or sus- tainable development, characterizes a type of so- cio-economic development which was institutionali- zed in 1987. Its key function is to "meet the needs of present generations without compromising the possi- bilities of those of the future to meet their own needs". !e sustainable economy consists of carrying out acti- vities that take into account the environment and the permanence of resources in the future. !e financial
activities carried out by any country can seek both so- cial and environmental improvement, both now and in the future.
Innovation: is to use knowledge, and generate it if ne- cessary, to create products, services or processes, that are new to the company, or improve existing ones, thereby achieving success in the market ”(Oslo Manual 1997). It tells us that innovating is using knowledge to create products, services and processes and bringing them to the market, it is synonymous with successfully producing, assimilating and exploiting a novelty, in the economic and social spheres, in a way that provides unprecedented solutions to problems and thus ena- bles us to respond to the needs of people and society. >
SDG: the Sustainable Development Goals were adop- ted by all Member States in 2015 as a universal call to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. !e 17 SDGs are integrated, as they recognize that interven- tions in one area will a"ect the results of others and that development must balance environmental, eco- nomic and social sustainability. !ey have been desig- ned to bring several life-changing “zeros” to the world, including zero poverty, zero hunger, zero AIDS and zero discrimination against women and girls. Everyone is needed to achieve these ambitious goals. !e creati- vity, knowledge, technology and financial resources of the entire society are needed to achieve the SDGs in every context.

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