A Walled Garden for Capital

New socially responsible trading networks seek to facilitate long-term profitable investment. by Hazel Henderson When the global financial system broke down in 2008, many people realized for the first time that the credibility of large institutions, no matter how well regarded, could turn out to be flawed. Read more…

The Foreign Exchange Transaction Reporting System: Reducing the Risk of Bear Raids on Economies

By Hazel Henderson Published in Policy Innovations: a publication of the Carnegie Council March 18, 2009 Reforming the unregulated global casino must be addressed at the April G-20 summit in London, as I pointed out in a presentation in February. The Communiqué from the November 2008 summit of G-20 leaders …

The Politics of Economics

By Hazel Henderson © April 2009 The death knell for the economics discipline was sounded by Nobelist chemist Frederick Soddy in 1921 (“Mr. Soddy’s Ecological Economy” New York Times April 11, 2009). Why were Soddy’s insights into the fatal flaws of economics buried for almost a century? In my The …