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Posted: Fri 12 June 2015
By: Nabeel Ahmed
In your view, what are three (or key) elements of "new economies"? At the core, new economies have to be focused around people and protecting public interests, not falling prey to short-term, profit-driven private interests. They are designed with the real experiences of people in...
Posted: Thu 11 June 2015
By: Michael Toye
In your view, what are some key elements of "new economies"? Holistic measures of progress: There are many new measures bubbling up (eg. Gross National Happiness), but they need to take a more central place in decision-making, and they need to be refined and expanded in what they...
Posted: Wed 10 June 2015
By: Justin Ritchie
In your view, what are three (or key) elements of "new economies"? A key part of developing a New Economy is through redefining what it means to have a viable investment. I see that now with divestment, a movement that is stigmatizing the idea of investing in fossil fuel infrastructure,...
Posted: Tue 9 June 2015
By: Accelerating So...
After working in the non-profit and social enterprise arena for over three decades, David LePage founded Accelerating Social Impact (ASI) in 2013 to pioneer an unusual type of business – a Community Contribution Company. This hybrid enterprise model blends the traditional for-profit corporate...
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