The economy, the narrative, and the whip: by Ladislau Dowbor

“We are honored to publish this original paper by our esteemed Advisory Board member Professor Ladislau Dowbor, Chair of the Economics Department at the Pontificate Catholic University in Sao Paulo, Brazil.  Prof. Dowbor is one of the very few economists who transcended the obsolete textbook limits, by embracing his broad systems …

“Basic MMT and Global Warming.” by Thornton Parker

“We are happy to publish this succinct evaluation of MMT by seasoned US government official, Thornton Parker, also author of “What If Boomers Can’t Retire?” ~Hazel Henderson   It is easy to get lost in a cloud of details and controversy about Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and miss how it relates to the …

China vs. the U.S.: Competing Visions

December 20, 2021 China vs. the U.S.: Competing Visions Philip Kotler             China and the U.S. provide quite different visions of how to serve their citizens and how to help the rest of the world. China is an authoritarian state run by one political party, China’s Communist Party (CCP). China …

“US Supreme Court Violates the Constitution” by Frank Dixon

“Ethical Markets is happy to post this link to our Advisory Board member, Frank Dixon’s important update of his article “US Supreme Court Violates the Constitution“, which discusses reforms now needed to bring SCOTUS back in line with the Founders’ intentions!  As this corporate-friendly and active conservative-leaning SCOTUS resumes its …

“EVOLVING FINANCE, MONEY and MARKETS” by Hazel Henderson

  Tuesday, April 27, 2021 – 7:45pm NEWSROOM: Ethical Markets CONTENT: Blog © 2021 Hazel Henderson Today’s global casino is now experiencing yet another step change, as central banks shift their focus from austerity and debt to stimulus to cope with pandemics and climate crises and fending off Facebook‘s competitive …

A crisis of immaturity

A crisis of immaturity By Terry Mollner   We have two crises in America, the pandemic and of immaturity. Bob Woodward just revealed to us how pervasive it is. It is obvious he could have revealed those tapes to us at any time between January and September, during those seven …

King of the Mountain: China vs the US

“Ethical Markets recommends this article by our colleague John Perkins, author of the recently published Touching The Jaguar, also The New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man and 8 other non-fiction books on global intrigue and indigenous wisdom.  This wide-ranging article is a useful overview on many of the global trends …

“MARKETS’ GROWING PROBLEM TWINS: ADVERTISING and TRADING“

©2019 Hazel Henderson Markets are ubiquitous in all human societies.  Since earliest times, when they were conducted using shells, wampum, cattle, or in rituals and potlatches, markets evolved using metal coins, silver and gold, then paper, government-issued fiat and now morphing into today’s crypto currencies.  Today, two familiar offspring of markets: advertising and trading have …

“CASTE: The Origins of Our Discontent“

Book Review “CASTE: The Origins of Our Discontent“, by Isabel Wilkerson, Random House, NY, 2020 by Hazel Henderson ©2020 Hazel Henderson The ultimate testimony to a writer’s art is in creating a book breaking new ground, deeply-researched and voluminously-documented, which also finds deep resonance in the reader’s heart.  Author, sociologist Isabel …