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Hazel Henderson

Henderson, Hazel

Henderson, Hazel

President, Ethical Markets
Email: hazel.henderson@ethicalmarkets.com
Website: http://calvert-henderson.com

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President, Ethical Markets
Email: hazel.henderson@ethicalmarkets.com
Website: http://calvert-henderson.com

Hazel Henderson is on the board of the International Council of the Instituto Ethos de Empresas e Responsabilidade Social, Sao Paulo, Brasil, a Patron of the New Economics Foundation (London, UK) and a Fellow of the World Business Academy. The first version of her Country Futures Indicators (CFI©), an alternative to the Gross National Product (GNP), is a co-venture with Calvert Group, Inc. In addition, Hazel Henderson has been Regent's Lecturer at the University of California-Santa Barbara, held the Horace Albright Chair in Conservation at the University of California-Berkeley, and advised the U.S. Office of Technology Assessment and the National Science Foundation from 1974 to 1980. Hazel Henderson holds Honorary Doctor of Science degrees from the University of San Francisco, Soka University (Tokyo) and Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts (USA). She is an active member of the National Press Club (Washington DC), the World Future Society (USA), a Fellow of the World Futures Studies Federation and a member of the Association for Evolutionary Economics. Hazel Henderson is listed in Who's Who, USA, Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in Business and Finance and Who's Who in Science and Technology. She is an Honorary Member of the Club of Rome. In 1996 Hazel Henderson shared the Global Citizen Award with Nobelist A. Perez Esquivel of Argentina. In 2007, Hazel Henderson was elected a Fellow to Britain's Royal Society of Arts, founded in 1754.

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The Politics of the Solar Age: 1975-2015   ( Climate Management ), ( Sustainable Development )
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Real Economies and The Illusions of Abstraction   ( New Economics ), ( Money & Finance )
Get Full Text in PDF The yawning gap between the real world and the discipline and profession of economics has never been wider. The ever-increasing abstractions in finance and its models based on "efficient markets" and "rational actors": capital asset pricing, Value-at-Risk, Black-Scholes Options Pricing have been awarded most of the Bank of Sweden prizes since they were founded in the 1960s and foisted onto the Nobel Prize Committee. Most of these abstract models, based on misuse of...
Grossly Distorted Picture: GDP Still Misleading   ( New Economics ), ( Measures & Indicators )
Get Full Text in PDF Beyond GDP: Global Poll* A new global poll across 12 countries reveals that more than two-thirds of people polled think that economic statistics like GDP are an inadequate way of measuring national progress. The poll finds that 68% believe that health, social and environmental statistics are as important as economic data, and that governments should also use those to measure national progress. However, the findings also show that support for going ‘beyond GDP’ has slipped...
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Get Full Text in PDF The Committee on Transforming Finance, a multinational network of career market participants: investors, asset managers, business executives, philanthropists, academics and financial authors, holds that the financial system is a global commons and calls for a new set of rules that would allow it to be governed in full conformance with this reality. We as beneficiaries and active participants in capital markets affirm our responsibility to reform them from within, so that...