The Economics of Happiness by Mark Anielski.
- Inside Education interview with Mark Anielski.
Genuine Wealth... measuring that which makes life worthwhile....
Genuine: to be true to one's values
Wealth: the conditions of well-being (Old English)
- Well-being impact investing: the dawn of a new era
- Alberta continues to have a revenue problem
- Let’s Measure What Matters to Well-being: Interview with John McKnight and Peter Block (Abundant Communities)
- Is the world on the verge of another financial crisis?
- How Canada’s Wetlands Provide Genuine Value to the Well-being of Canadians.
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Author Archives: Mark Anielski
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
Mark Anielski April 2, 2015, Published on Troymedia.com April 3, 2015 as “Jim Prentice missed a golden opportunity with this year’s budget” http://www.troymedia.com/2015/04/03/alberta-budget-missed-a-golden-opportunity/ I had the pleasure of meeting the new Premier Jim Prentice at the November 2014 Premier’s dinner in … Continue reading
Let’s Measure What Matters to Well-being: Interview with John McKnight and Peter Block (Abundant Communities)
On December 2, 2014 I had the pleasure of joining my mentors Peter Block and John McKnight (co-authors of the book The Abundant Community) in an interview to discuss the practical steps in building flourishing neighbourhoods and cities of well-being. … Continue reading
Is the world on the verge of another financial crisis?: What Britain’s most famous bank whistleblower can teach us. December 4, 2014 In October I journeyed to London to visit with my new friend Paul Moore, the so-called ‘HBOS … Continue reading
How Canada’s Wetlands Provide Genuine Value to the Well-being of Canadians. July 8, 2014 Most of us take nature for granted. In economic terms we effectively ignore the benefits that nature provides us including clean water, clean air, healthy soil … Continue reading