Paradigm Shift for Symbiotic Living and Genuine Quality of Life

Paradigm Shift for Symbiotic Living and Genuine Quality of Life By Hazel Henderson © 2014 For Institute of Symbiotic Life TECH, Yonsei University, Korea Click here for Full Report With Graphics This paper explores these issues and ways that paradigms and concepts are shifting – providing new strategies, models, academic …

Corporate Governance: the chaotic power of financial giants

Ladislau Dowbor[1] March 7, 2016 There is a growing fear that the costs of global reach,  in terms of regulation and complexity, exceed the potential benefits.  ~The Economist, March 7th 2015 We are slowly beginning to understand the complexity of the corporate system, which today, for better or for worse …

The Midas Monoculture Part 1 and Part 2

The Midas Monoculture Part 1 and Part 2 By Edgar Cahn, JD, PhD,  © 2016, all rights reserved These papers are works in progress.  Professor Cahn, an esteemed member of the Ethical Markets Research Advisory Board, welcomes feedback.   The Midas Monoculture-Part I   Midas: a Phrygian king who was …

TCR: Leading-Edge Corporate and Financial Sector Sustainability Strategies

By Frank Dixon, December 1, 2015 The system change-focused Total Corporate Responsibility (TCR®) methodology provides the most advanced form of corporate responsibility (CR) and socially responsible investing (SRI). TCR can be used to develop high-performing SRI funds that produce greater positive environmental and social impacts than any other type of …

The current financial system jams Brazil’s economic development

This ground-breaking examination by our esteemed Advisory Board member, Dr. Ladislau Dowbor, of the financialization of Brazil’ economy is chilling. Yet, it is so well documented that we at Ethical Markets Media hope to help stir further efforts to expose the practices of the global banks who charge such outrageous …

The Global West Reaches Economic Adulthood

The Global West Reaches Economic Adulthood By Gijs Graafland, Planck Foundation, Amsterdam, NL The Global West matures. Not only in demographics. Also in economics. Growth is over. Decline is knocking on the door. This reality is far from acceptance. The current mood is still the narrative of the past: growth. …

Ethical Markets Review:Can democratic money with environmental values reduce market failures?

Can democratic money with environmental values reduce market failures?  Shann Turnbull, [email protected] Principal: International Institute for Self-governance   The 2008 global financial crisis and current uncertainties about the Euro provide evidence that the financial system is neither self-correcting nor capable of being reliably regulated. The financial system has failed because modern …

Raj Thamotheram on working together towards sustainable capitalism

We are honored to publish this presentation by Raj Thamotheram, President, Network for Sustainable Financial Markets , of which we are members. Thamotheram is a longtime financial expert and practitioner who has become  a key figure in reforming global financial markets. – Hazel Henderson, Editor Good morning. Today’s “Accounting for …

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 …