Mark Anielski has been a leading innovator on the cutting edge of well-being studies for three decades, and this work has been about building indicators with communities and populations, not imposing them from multi-laterals on high. His work with indigenous communities is especially rich, and as a New Zealander, I appreciate this refusal to homogenize. I have been recommending Mark’s work to people for decades, and now have another book to suggest.Marilyn Waring, Professor of Public Policy at the Institute of Public Policy, Auckland University, New Zealand; Author of If Women Counted: A New Feminist Economics
This book redefines what we mean by The Wealth of Nations. It is a wonderful guide for people who want to take a path away from the monetization of everyday life.
John McKnight, Co-author of The Abundant Community and author of The Careless Society. Emeritus professor of education and social policy, DePaul University.