Mark Anielski presents the idea of an economy of well-being.
Mark Anielski presents the idea of an economy of well-being. Anielski highlights the fact that increases in happiness are not necessarily correlated with increases in monetary wealth and suggests that wealth, understood as the condition of well-being, can be achieved, even with scale downs in a nation's economy.
Mark Anielski continues his discussion of an economy of well-being. Anielski describes the new balance sheet he proposes as a means to assess genuine wealth and highlights the idea that relationships, rather than socio-economic factors, can have a greater effect on happiness. Anielski concludes by suggesting that society shift its consciousness and co-create more positive form of civilization.
Talks, Debates, Interviews
Mar 20, 2011, 17:46:46
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