Archive | January, 2012

John Fullerton on A Systems Approach to Financial Reform

NSFM supporter John Fullerton spoke on Thursday, 19th January at the Congressional Progressive Caucus Policy Summit in Baltimore on how work at Capital Institute might have relevance to the 2012 US Congress’s financial reform agenda. Click here to read John’s hopes for how policy could shape the Future of Finance.

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Hazel Henderson mentions NSFM in her review of ‘Greedy Bastards’ – Dylan Ratigan

In her review for Seeking Alpha, NSFM supporter Hazel Henderson writes: ‘Greedy Bastards (Simon and Schuster, NY 2012) describes Dylan Ratigan’s evolution as a financial analyst to a protagonist for fundamental reforms in six sectors of the US economy he sees as entrenched, obsolescent legacies from the past century. Since Ratigan has a huge following and […]

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NSFM Supporter Michael Mainelli’s New Book – ‘The Price of Fish: A New Approach to Wicked Economics and Better Decisions’

The world is faced with a series of vicious and apparently insurmountable difficulties, chief among them unstable financial markets, rapidly diminishing resources and an eco-system that is becoming dangerously volatile. While we like to think that economies, commercial organizations, agricultural and financial systems are “built to last”, creating stable, enduring value remains elusive. In The Price […]

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NSFM Supporters named in 2012’s Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behaviour

Trust Across America, dedicated to unravelling the complexities of trustworthy business behaviour, has selected four NSFM members among 2012’s Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behaviour. The four are: Stephen Davis – Executive Director of the Yale School of Management’s Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance. Rob Eccles – A Harvard faculty member […]

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