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Clear, provocative, timely . . . Anielski discusses complex economic questions in a logical sequel to his best-selling 2007 book The Economics of Happiness. A 21st century manifesto that addresses the problem of economic inequality, those who turn to Anielski will find the rationale for demanding change in the relationship between government and its citizens back to its original intent—government that utilizes its economic tools to build an economy of well-being for its citizens. As the American culture war fires continue to spread, fanned by political polarization, Anielski’s arguments will prove vital in the months and years ahead.Luke Eckblad, Investment Banker, Boustead Institute
You hold in your hand a rare synthesis between the deep understanding of the workings of our economy and a pragmatic methodology of implementation and integration towards a systemic well-being economy. Mark skilfully knits together the argument and rationale for why and how we now urgently need to shift the current economic paradigm forward, towards and include those aspects of our lives which are truly important.  Robert Dellner
Head of Impact & Strategy at Lintel Capital
Co-Founder of the Centre for Integral Finance & Economics (CIFE)
Sometimes we read to escape, sometimes to explore our interests, and sometimes to open our minds to new ideas.  In Mark’s new book I found a story about the state of the world and how it could be changed, things I agreed with and expanded my understanding, and also things that pushed my view of the world and got me questioning how I see it.  Like a pamphleteer of old he pushes into your hands a challenge of the existing system with a bold proposal of how it can be changed. Ian Glassford,
Chief Financial Officer
Servus Credit Union, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada