Paradigms in Progress: Life Beyond Economics

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1995 - Business & Economics - 293 pages
Powerful and irreversible globalizing forces are at work. Out of the turbulence and momentum are emerging new sets of personal, institutional and global standards pointing the way toward a more workable human ecology. For this evolutionary process we need new directions and expanded contexts for creating a "win-win" world and new scorecards for measuring a saner, more equitable, gender-balanced, ecologically-conscious future. Hazel Henderson, economist and human ecologist, reveals out vast potentials and possibilities.

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Hazel Henderson is an independent futurist, syndicated columnist, and consultant on sustainable development in over thirty countries. Her editorial columns are syndicated by InterPress Service world-wide and the Los Angeles Times-Mirror Syndicate. She serves on many boards, including the Calvert Social Investment Fund, the Cousteau Society, the Council on Economic Priorities, and the Worldwatch Institute. She also served on the U.S. Congress Office of Technology Assessment Advisory Council from 1974-1980.

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