Beyond GDP: Measuring and achieving global genuine progress

Jay OwenBeyond GDP

Ida Kubiszewski, Robert Costanza, Carol Franco, Philip Lawn, John Talberth, Tim Jackson, Camille Aylmer Ecological Economics 93 (2013) 57–68 While GPI is not the perfect economic welfare indicator, new research shows it is a far better approximation than GDP. Authors conclude that development policies need to shift to better account …

Dr. Wackernagel Wins Prestigious Kenneth E. Boulding Award

Ethical MarketsSRI/ESG News, Beyond GDP

We at Ethical Markets Media  salute Dr. Mathis Wackernagel ,( who also serves on our Advisory Board for the Calvert-Henderson Quality of Life Indicators  “ dashboard “) , as well as his co-creator  of the Ecological Footprint  , Dr. William Rees , in winning this prestigious Kenneth E. Boulding Award …

A Review of Hazel Henderson’s ‘Global Finance Lost in Cyberspace’

Ethical MarketsReforming Global Finance, Ethical Markets Review

By Leland Lehrman, Partner, Fund Balance Hazel Henderson’s essay “Global Finance Lost in Cyberspace” is a fabulously original synthesis of the latest and greatest in ecological economics and systems theory. There are important areas for follow up. I wish Henderson had provided links so that we could follow up on …

Economics of the Walk Out

kristyAdvisors' Forum, Beyond GDP

Harvard Students Walk Out on Econ10 Class It is amazing that we continue to teach the same outmoded theories of economics in our most esteemed institutions of higher learning when it is almost universally acknowledged that the economic system spawned by those economic theories is broken. Last week a group …

Re-Designing Money Systems to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Accelerate the Growing Green Economy by Hazel Henderson, presented to the Green Economy Initiative Conference, UNEP, Geneva, Dec. 1, 2008

Ethical MarketsReforming Global Finance, Articles by Hazel Henderson

© 2008 Hazel Henderson(Background notes to Hazel Henderson’s video presentation to the Green Economy Initiative Conference, UNEP, Geneva, Dec. 1, 2008. Editorials covering these topics in greater depth are all at