Shared Economics , A World of Possibilities

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Hard economic times aren't good for much, but they do get us thinking. As we sort through the wreckage of our private dreams, we ask ourselves how we could have done it differently - and how, given the chance, we might create an economy more equitable and reliable than the last one.

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David Korten, Author, Agenda for a New Economy
Hazel Henderson, President, Ethical Markets

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Host: Mark Sommer
Senior Producer: Gregg McVicar
Associate Producers: Naihma Deady, Matt Fidler
Production Engineer: Michael Schwartz

Music in this Program: Open - "Sweet Apocalypse" by Moby - Mute Records; "A United Earth I" by Alan Stivell and Youssou N'Dour - Putumayo World Music; "Money Talks" by J.J. Cale - Fontana Island; "I'm Busted" by Ray Charles - Rhino / Wea; "Strapped For Cash" by Fountains Of Wayne - Virgin Records.

Duration: 55:00 minutes

Original airdate: 

Tue, 2008-12-23

Listener action: 

David Korten's Home Page

Bainbridge Graduate Institute

Hazel Henderson's Home Page

Hazel Henderson on Ethical Markets

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