A report to Living Economies Forum – Seen with Norwegian eyes. Can we save the Nordic model and can it be a useful guide to a better world?
By Jacob Bomann-Larsen, LEF Fellow
This year most of my time I have spent on trying to stop our blue-blue government from destroying our local municipalities through its profit oriented municipality reform. I will write more about that in the last part of this report.
A couple of weeks ago I […]
(An earlier version of this paper was prepared for and presented to the 2016 Donghu Forum on Global Governance: Symposium on Green Development and Global Governance, Hauzhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China.)
Abstract: We humans are now a truly global species. Our common future depends on our successful transition to an Ecological Civilization that works in […]
April 24, 2015
By David Korten
In an interview on the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) […]
During the last months, most of the public discussion in Norway has been concentrated on our national election of members of Parliament and the establishing of a new national government. I shall in this report analyze the election and the new government […]
New Economy Forum Seminar
Inspired by a suggestion from David, when we had our Skype talk early in 2012, we have developed a Norwegian New Economy Forum. We had our first meeting in the Forum on the 5th May 2012, which I have […]
By David Korten PDF Version
During the 15 years, I lived and worked in Asia as a development professional from 1978 to 1992, I witness a troubling paradox. GDP was growing, incomes were rising, there was an expanding middle class, […]
Since earlier this year, I have given several presentations of my understanding of the New Economy framework and have received a great response to the message.
One key Norwegian NGO, literally translated called Sustainable Everyday, is well respected among all main political stands […]