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‘Ethical Markets Review’

Ethical Markets Review publishes original, cutting-edge pieces from colleagues around the world focused on reforming markets and metrics while growing the green economy worldwide.

Measuring Immeasurable Change

Measuring Immeasurable Change

“We at Ethical Markets  are happy to Publish  this original  article by Paul Glover, one of the true pioneers of local development and true wealth and sustainable communities," Hazel Henderson, - Editor by Paul Glover There’s obvious need for a new Economy of Generosity, to repair communities and nature.  Heroic efforts are being [...]

The Cybernetics of Sustainability: Definition and Underlying Principles

"We are happy to publish this paper by Michael Ben-Eli who is not only an innovative thinker but also a pragmatic activist in applying his insights in the Negev Desert with a Bedouin Community." ~ Hazel Henderson, Editor Michael Ben-Eli The Sustainability Laboratory, New York Sustainability: Has the true meaning been lost? For decades [...]

Transitioning to the Solar Age

Transitioning to the Solar Age

By Hazel Henderson This essay has been excerpted as a chapter in WorldShift 2020: The New Vision - Exploring the Evolving Horizons; section 'From Vision To Reality: Contributions From The Worldshifting Community' forthcoming from Inner Traditions Publishing (Rochester, VT). The multiple crises human societies experienced in the first decade [...]

Co-operative money and banking systems: Back to the Future

Co-operative money and banking systems: Back to the Future

Pat Conaty - Co-operatives UK New attempts to introduce local money systems can be seen with every serious recession or depression over the past two centuries. The 1820s, 1840s, 1870s, 1890s, 1930s and 1980s all kicked off monetary reform action – sometimes just confined to the locality level but considered during the 1870s and 1930s at the [...]

What Defines Capitalism?

We are pleased to publish this thoughtful and foundational article by a distinguished member of our Ethical Markets Advisory Board, Shann Turnbull, Sydney, Australia, Hazel Henderson, Editor What is Capitalism? Many people consider that capitalism is defined by the existence of markets. But markets exist in primitive, feudal, fascist and [...]

Sustainable Money

Sustainable Money

Ethical Markets Review publishes this highly-original, carefully researched paper by renowned Brazilian physicist-mathematician-technology assessor and cultural critic, Rose Marie Muraro, as a contribution to the widening debate on how to re-design money creation and credit allocation. Author of many books, Muraro was made an Honorary Citizen of [...]

Economic Democracy: Strolling Through Theories

INTRODUCTION We are all adverse to catastrophism. We do not want to look like prophets of doom who only paint a bleak future. The Club of Rome went some way toward turning us against alerts that seemed premature. Today we are starting to evaluate the realism of these predictions in a more rational way. With information easily exchanged, the [...]

The Debtwatch Manifesto

Prof. Steve Keen has grasped the global debt picture and come up with the most sensible proposals yet for downsizing the global casino and taming finance , so as to return it to its original limited purpose . We at Ethical Markets Media (USA and Brazil) also support a financial transactions tax , as a simple and equally systemic reform to [...]

Ethical Markets Review: Systematic solution to meet green economic growth and sustainable development

Ethical Markets Review: Systematic solution to meet green economic growth and sustainable development

Zhouying JIN Center for Technology Innovation & Strategy Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Click for the report (PDF)

The E.C.B. Fiddles While Rome Burns

The E.C.B. Fiddles While Rome Burns Ellen Brown November 28, 2011 http://WebofDebt.com/articles “To some people, the European Central Bank seems like a fire department that is letting the house burn down to teach the children not to play with matches.” So wrote Jack Ewing in the New York Times last week. He went on: “The E.C.B. has a [...]

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