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“Quality of Life: A Deeper Dialog with Your Clients,” JOURNAL OF PRACTICAL ESTATE PLANNING (June 2000)
“The New Attention Economy,” ENTERPRISING WOMEN (Summer 2000)
“Globalization: Good News, Bad News,” TOMORROW, Stockholm, Sweden (Summer 2000)
“Redefining Economics,” KNOWLEDGE MAGAZINE, Escondido, CA (February 2000)
“Global Standards for UN-Business Partnerships,” TOMORROW, Stockholm, Sweden (June 1998).
“The Global Casino,” CIVILIZATION: THE MAGAZINE OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, Special Issue edited by Vaclav Havel, Washington DC (April/May 1998).
“Who’s Defending the Global Commons?” WORLDPAPER, Boston, MA (April 1998).
“Looking Back from the 21st Century,” World Futures Studies Federation’s FUTURES BULLETIN, Vol. 23, #1 (April 1997).
“Life Beyond Global Economic Warfare,” ENTERPRISING WOMEN, Vol. 3, #1, pp 18-20 (February/March 1997).
“The New Information Wars,” INTERPRESS SERVICE (March 1997).
“What’s Next in the Great Debate About Measuring Wealth and Progress?” THE AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS NETWORK REPORT, Vol.5, #1, pp. 3-8 (January 1997).
“Choosing a Win-Win World,” World Business Academy’s PERSPECTIVES, Vol. 10, #2, pp. 5-16 (San Francisco,1996).
“Introducing Competition to the Global Currency Markets” co-authored with Alan F. Kay. FUTURES, Vol. 28, #4, pp. 3OS-324 (May 1996).
“What’s Next in the Great Debate about Measuring Wealth and Progress?” CHALLENGE, Vol. 39, #6 (December 1996).
“The Attention Economy,” TIME LINE Issue #24 (November/December 1995).
“Redefining Wealth,” OUR PLANET. United Nations Environment Programme, Vol.7, #1 (March 1995).
New Markets and New Commons: Opportunities in the Global Casino,” in FUTURES special issue, “The United Nations at Fifty: Policy and Financing Alternatives,” Elsevier Science, Ltd. (London, UK, March 1995).
“Foreword,” for EXPLORING OUR ENVIRONMENTAL CONNECTIONS by Eleanor Schuster. Publication Development Co., 1995.
“Information: the World’s New Currency Isn’t Scarce,” World Business Academy’s PERSPECTIVES (San Francisco, CA, September 1994).
“Paradigms In Progress,” HEALTHCARE FORUM (San Francisco, CA, October 1994).
“Eco-Tourism: the Greening of the Global Economy,” FUTURES RESEARCH QUARTERLY, p. 19 (Fall 1994).
“Paths to Sustainable Development: the Role of Social Indicators,” FUTURES, pp. 125-137, Vol. 26, #2 (UK, March 1994).
“Feeding on the Numbers,” THE WORLDPAPER, pp. 1-2, Vol. XVI, # 3, Boston, MA (March 1994).
“Foreword” to THE FORESIGHT PRINCIPLE: CULTURAL RECOVERY IN THE 21ST CENTURY by Richard A. Slaughter (December 1993).
“Global Networks,” IN CONTEXT, #13, pp. 45-47 (Fall 1993).
“Shifting Gears: From Economic Growth to Human Development,” RESURGENCE Magazine, pp. 10-13, #58 (May/June 1993).
“Social Innovation and Citizen Movements,” FUTURES, pp. 322-338, Vol. 25, #3 (UK, April 1993).
“What is Authentic Wealth?” ORION (January 1993).
“Perfecting Democracy’s Tools,” NEW PERSPECTIVE QUARTERLY, Vol. 9, #4 (Fall 1992).
“New Indicators for a Changing World,” ECODECISION, pp. 61-63 (June 1992).
“What I Would Do If President,” a series of articles by guest writers for ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION, p. 35 (Spring1992).
“Restructuring the Economy for the 1990s,” POSITIVE ALTERNATIVES (Winter 1992).
“Tracking the New Breed of Indicators,” THE WORLDPAPER, p.13, Boston, MA (February 1992).
“Population: Its Rights and Resources,” THE WORLDPAPER, Boston, MA (April 1991).
“New Markets, New Commons, New Ethics: a Guest Essay,” ACCOUNTING, AUDITING & ACCOUNTABILITY JOURNAL, Vol. 4, #3, pp. 72-80 (1992).
“Beyond Economics: New Indicators for Cultural Specific, Sustainable Development,” DEVELOPMENT, pp. 3-4 (Rome, Italy, 1990).
“Measuring Progress: Not by GNP Alone,” WORLDPAPER, p.6, Boston, MA (September 1990).
“Think Globally, Small-Business Owners: A Futurist’s Advice,” SMALL BUSINESS FORUM, pp. 36-39. University of Wisconsin (Madison, WI, Fall 1990).
“Thinking Globally–Acting Locally,” EMPLOYMENT MATTERS, Vol. 1, #5, p. 5 (New Zealand Dept. of Labor, August 1990).
“Beyond Economism,” INTERNATIONAL SYNERGY JOURNAL, #9 (Santa Fe, NM, Summer, 1990).
“From Economism to Systems Theory,” TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING & SOCIAL CHANGE, Vol. 37, #3, pp. 213-233 (New York, NY, May 1990).
“Mutual Development,” FUTURES, London, UK (December 1989).
“Toward Holistic Human Relationships,” FUTURES, London, UK (December 1988).
“The Real Cost of Progress,” BUSINESS & SOCIETY REVIEW, #66 (Summer 1988).
“Living Earth’s Lessons,” excerpt from the Schumacher Lecture, October 1987. ONE EARTH, Findhorn Foundation, Vol. 8, #1, Forres, Scotland, 1988.
“Mutually Assured Development,” PLOWSHARE PRESS. Center for Economic Conversion, Mountainview, CA (Autumn 1987).
“China: Key Player in a New World Game,” FUTURES RESEARCH QUARTERLY, Vol. 3,#3, p. 29, Washington, DC (Fall 1987).
“The Three Zones of Transition: A Guide to Riding the Tiger of Change,” FUTURE RESEARCH QUARTERLY, Vol. 2, #1, p. 19 (Spring 1986).
“The Age of Light,” THE FUTURIST, Vol. 20 #4, p. 56 (July/August 1986).
“Alternative Economics,” INQUIRY, Vol. 3, #6, (London, UK, June 1986).
“Post-Economic Policies for Post-Industrial Societies,” REVISION, Vol. 7, #2 (Winter/Spring 1984-85).
“The Counter-Economy,” RESURGENCE, Vol. 96 (UK, January/February 1983).
“Change or Crack! Industrialized Societies Face Collapse or Transformation,” DEVELOPMENT FORUM, (United Nations, New York, NY, April 1982).
“Decision-Making in the Solar Age: Ecological Criteria,” HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, Vol. 20, #3 (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Fall 1981).
“The Coming Solar Age,” NATIONAL FORUM, Journal of Phi Beta Kappa, p. 13 (Summer 1981).
“Re-Thinking the Economics of World Trade,” RAIN (Portland, OR, May 1981).
“Dissecting the Declining Productivity Flap,” TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE, Vol. 18, #2 (New York, October 1980).
“Interdependence: Governments Failing to Cope with the Needs of a Crowded Planet,” TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL, Science Section (July 14, 1980).
“The New Counter-Economics,” CRY CALIFORNIA, Vol. 15, #3 (Summer 1980)
“The Informal Economy,” RESURGENCE (UK, November/December 1979). “Forecast for the 1980s: A New Age of Decentralism,” New age (Boston, MA, August 1979).
“Six Historic Transitions toward the Solar Age,” RESURGENCE (UK, July/August 1979).
“The End of Flat Earth Economics,” ALTERNATIVES, Vol. 8, #1 (York University, Ontario, Canada, Winter 1978).
“The Revolution from Hardware to Software,” TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE, Vol. 12, #4 (December 1978).
“The Changing Corporate-Social Contract,” HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, Vol. 17, #4 (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Fall 1978).
“Comment on the Carter Administration,” CONSERVER SOCIETY NOTES (York University, Ontario, Canada, Summer 1978).
“An Energy Paradigm Shift is in Progress,” SOLAR AGE (Manchester, New Hampshire, August, 1978).
“Risk, Uncertainty and Economic Futures,” BEST’S REVIEW, Property and Casualty Insurance Edition (Oldwick, New Jersey, May 1978).
“The Legacy of E.F. Schumacher,” ENVIRONMENT, Vol. 20, #4 (May 1978).
“The Big New Small is Beautiful Movement,” BUSINESS AND SOCIETY REVIEW, Vol. 23 (New York, Fall 1977).
“Re-Defining the Rights and Responsibilities of Capital,” MANAGEMENT REVIEW, American Management Association (New York, October 1977).
“Economists Who Look Backward Cannot Help Us Go Forward,” VIEWPOINT, Washington Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO, Vol. 7, #4 (4th Quarter, 1977)
“Testimony Before the Joint Economic Committee, 94th Congress,” ALTERNATIVES (York University, Ontario, Canada, Spring 1977).
“Constraints Affecting the Future of the Packaging Industry,” HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Spring 1977).
“Inflation: The View Beyond Economics,” PLANNING REVIEW, North American Society of Corporate Planners, Vol. 5, #2 (March 1977).
“Citizen Movements for Greater Global Equity,” INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL, Vol. XXVIII, #4 (Paris, France, 1976).
“How to Cope with Organizational Future Shock,” MANAGEMENT REVIEW, Journal of the American Management Association, Vol. 65, #7 (July 1976).
“A Farewell to The Corporate State,” BUSINESS AND SOCIETY REVIEW, Vol. 17 (New York, Spring 1976).
“The End of Economics,” THE ECOLOGIST, Vol. 6, #4 (UK, May 1976).
“Ideologies, Myths and Paradigms: Changes in Our Operative Social Values,” LIBERAL EDUCATION, Vol. LXII, #2 (May 1976).
“Re-Examining the Goals of Knowledge,” PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REVIEW, prepared for the Sub-Committee on Methodology, US Congress Office of Technology Assessment (Washington, DC, January-February 1975).
“The Decline of Jonesism,” THE FUTURIST (October 1974).
“Sub-Optimizing Ethics,” THE MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Vol. 8, #8 (New York, September 1974).
“The Entropy State,” PLANNING REVIEW, Vol. 2, #3 (April-May 1974).
“Report from Tokyo,” SATURDAY REVIEW (December 8, 1973).
“Ecologists Versus Economists,” HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, Vol. 51, #4 (July-August 1973).
The Limits of Traditional Economics,” Copyright 1973, CFA Institute. Reproduced and republished from the Financial Analysts Journal with permission from CFA Institute. All rights reserved.
“Towards an Economics of Ecology,” COLUMBIA JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS, Vol. VII, #3 (Columbia University, New York, May-June 1972).
“Ecology and Economic Growth,” ECONOMIC IMPACT, #1 (U.S.I.A., Washington, DC, Spring 1972).
“Value Systems in Conflict: Economics vs Ecology,” BUSINESS ECONOMICS, the Journal of the National Association of Business Economists, Vol. VII, #1 (January 1972).
“The Computer in Social Planning,” THE MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Vol. 6, #3 (December 1971)
“Computers at the Crossroads,” THE FUTURIST (August 1971).
“Toward Managing Social Conflict,” HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, Vol. 49, #3 (May-June 1971).
“Corporate Responsibility: Politics by Other Means,” THE NATION (December 14, 1970).
“Radical Capitalism” BUSINESS TODAY (Autumn 1970)
“Computers: Hardware of Democracy,” FORUM 70, Vol. 2, #2 (February 1970). (Discusses electronic democracy, quotes Ross Perot.)
“Access to Media: A Problem in Democracy,” COLUMBIA JOURNALISM REVIEW, Vol. 8, #1(Columbia University, New York, NY, Spring 1969).
“Should Business Tackle Society’s Problems?” HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, Vol. 46, #4 (Cambridge, MA, July-August 1968).
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