'Articles by Hazel Henderson'
Rebalancing the Economy, edited by Christopher Brook and Miriam Kennet
Green Economics Institute Publishing House, UK, 2014
The current generations are at a turning point. Wealth inequality is growing
all over the world. This is leading to social unrest and increasing levels
of unhappiness in society. This is leading to a decline in social capital.
Rebalancing the Economy is needed to readdress these issues. No longer can
we measure the success of governments and countries first by gdp and only
then think about social and environmental effects. We need to measure
success not by our economic activity but also our well-being and that of the
environment. If companies, people and governments are measured by new
yardsticks then growth, wealth and profits will not be the [...]
From Susan Sun Nunamaker, SunshineIsTheFuture.net,
“It is my pleasure to be able to get an interview during World Future
Society 2014 <https://www.wfs.org/civicrm/event/info/?reset=1&id=37> at
Orlando, FL, with Hazel Henderson
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazel_Henderson> , a futurist and an economic
iconoclast. Ms. Henderson, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Britain in 1961,
has worked in television and had authored several books, including Building
A Win-Win World, Beyond Globalization, Planetary Citizenship (with Daisaku
Ideda), and Ethical Markets: Growing the Green Economy. She is now a
producer for the public television series Ethical Markets
Ms. Henderson believes that the various threats to peace, [...]
Hazel Henderson, president and founder of Ethical Markets, is a featured guest on J V Crum III’s Conscious Millionaire Podcast, first airing Oct. 7, 2014. The podcast is top-rated with coaching and strategies on how to make profits and a difference as a conscious entrepreneur!
Henderson is included among guests such as Chris Brogan, Michelle Patterson, Adam Urbanski, Dame D C Cordova, Greg Reid and Dov Baron.
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By Hazel Henderson © 2014
Much has been written about the disruptive shifts in many industrial sectors, from retailing, publishing, manufacturing, entertainment, medicine, law, architecture, transport and public services caused by computers, automation and the digital revolution. Since the robotization of automobile production in the 1960s, debates have raged over the social impacts on employment, cities, education, technological obsolescence, socio-economic policies and globalization. Now the two pillars of all economies are falling: energy and finance.
Conventional economic theories assured us that these technological and global changes would lead to creation of as many or more new jobs as older ones were lost – with whole new industries created and growing our economies. [...]
Focus on US Employment — September 2014 Update
By Hazel Henderson
Total nonfarm payroll employment in August rose by 142,000, mostly in professional, business services, healthcare, leisure and 20,000 in construction while manufacturing remained flat. July rose by revised 212,000 after the downward revision from 298,000 to 267,000 in June. There was a 4.2% increase in GDP for Q2 of 2014, good news after the 2.1% drop in GDP-growth for Q1. All these revisions show the recovery is still on track. The August unemployment rate was 6.1% still reflecting the low civilian labor force participation rate at 62.8% while the 142,000 job total may be revised upward. It remains difficult to find information on government jobs, but they are now included in the main BLS summary. Continued [...]