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Mark Anielski is one of those rare human beings who is equally at home with his First Nation peoples of North America as he is with European Canadians, with the indigenous people of Bhutan, as he is with the Chinese and the Tahitians, thereby being able to account for who they each are, not in terms of wealth but of overall wellbeing, thereby involving not capital but rather capitals. As such his work is uniquely all encompassing, a gift to those many worlds of which he is able to take integral account.   
Ronnie Lessem
Co-Founder, Trans4m Centre for Integral Development, France
Professor of Management, Da Vinci Institute, South Africa
The Economics of Well Being is one powerful answer to the struggling financial world around us. It very thoughtfully and clearly identifies how our existing debt and wealth measurement systems no longer serve our communities and our ability to live together in a just and balanced society. By broadening and humanizing how we assess our well-being, we shift our attention to aspects of our life together that really matter and are really worth acting upon. This is a great book, gracefully written, founded on doable optimismPeter Block
Author of Flawless Consulting and Co-author of The Abundant Community: Awakening the Power of Families and Neighborhood with John McKnight
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.
The Economics of Well Being is one powerful answer to the struggling financial world around us. It very thoughtfully and clearly identifies how our existing debt and wealth measurement systems no longer serve our communities and our ability to live together in a just and balanced society. By broadening and humanizing how we assess our well-being, we shift our attention to aspects of our life together that really matter and are really worth acting upon. This is a great book, gracefully written, founded on doable optimismPeter Block
Author of Flawless Consulting and Co-author of The Abundant Community: Awakening the Power of Families and Neighborhood with John McKnight