By David Korten
As part of the New Economy 2.0 series
Few and fortunate are those whose lives have not been directly touched by the September 2008 Wall Street meltdown and its consequences. People want to understand what went wrong and how we can set it right. Yet the public commentary continues to center primarily on finger-pointing. Who knew what when? Which regulators were asleep at the switch, and why?
Most calls for action seek only to limit the excesses and deceptions of g...
By Rosalinda Sanquiche
As part of the Green Economy series
On September 13, 2010, the Transforming Finance group released a unique statement boldly insisting that international financial markets be viewed, and therefore treated, as a Global Commons. Organized by futurist and evolutionary economist Hazel Henderson, president of Ethical Markets Media, the multinational gathering of career market participants included such premier scholars as Graciela Chichilnisky, Columbia University, and P...