The Economics of Happiness by Mark Anielski.
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Genuine Wealth... measuring that which makes life worthwhile....
Genuine: to be true to one's values
Wealth: the conditions of well-being (Old English)
- Why Forests Matter: The Indigenomics of Forests
- The real costs and benefits of ending poverty in Edmonton by paying a living wage
- What I would advise Premier Rachel Notley on Monday
- Albertans and Edmontonians could be happier: Alberta needs a New Economic Vision based on Well-being
- Well-being impact investing: the dawn of a new era
- Keynotes by Mark
- Projects & Reports
- The Economics of Happiness Book
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Author Archives: Mark Anielski
Here are the notes from last evening’s (November 4, 2015) Nature Conservancy of Canada forum on Why Forests Matter. Other speakers included Brian DePrato, economist with TD Bank, talking about natural capital, poet Lorna Crozier, Andrea Lyall (Aboriginal forester), Dr. … Continue reading
I have the pleasure of serving on the End Poverty Task Force for the Mayor of the City of Edmonton. I completed the following preliminary analysis to the key question: what are the real costs (and benefits) of ending poverty … Continue reading
Some economic advice for Premier-designate Rachel Notley Take a balance sheet approach to managing Alberta’s assets By Mark Anielski Co-founder Genuine Wealth Institute EDMONTON, May 11, 2015/ Troy Media/ – If I were sitting with Premier-designate Rachel Notley this morning … Continue reading
Albertans and Edmontonians could be happier: Alberta needs a New Economic Vision based on Well-being
This article was originally published on Troymedia.com April 26, 2015 It’s no fun being an Albertan: Alberta needs a New Economic Vision based on Well-being According to Statistics Canada, Alberta ranks 7th overall in life satisfaction in 2013 with PEI and … Continue reading
February 21, 2015 by Mark Anielski Published on Troymedia.com Impact investing the dawn of a new era | Troy Media According to January 27, 2015 column in the New York Times by columnist David Brooks a new era is dawning … Continue reading