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2017 Publications


  • What's Luck Got to Do with It?
    Review

    What's Luck Got to Do with It?

    Allen White

    April 2017

    In Success and Luck, Robert Frank underscores the role of "dumb luck" in determining winners and losers, debunking the cherished myth of meritocracy. But how can we get the fortunate to share the spoils?


  • How to Kick the Growth Addiction
    Interview

    How to Kick the Growth Addiction

    Tim Jackson

    April 2017

    The author of Prosperity Without Growth discusses why we need to get past the obsession with economic growth—and the capitalist system that spawns it.


  • The Struggle for Meaningful Work
    Viewpoint

    The Struggle for Meaningful Work

    Kent Klitgaard

    April 2017

    Capitalism has degraded both the environment and the conditions of human labor. To achieve meaningful work for all on our finite planet, we should heed the lessons of craft and care work.

    With commentary by Adam Blakester, Guy Dauncey, Giorgos Kallis, Nava Kavelin, Marjorie Kelly, Lisi Krall, Simon Mair, and Neera Singh, and a response from the author.


  • The Caring Economy: Well-Being and the Invisible Heart
    Interview

    The Caring Economy: Well-Being and the Invisible Heart

    Nancy Folbre

    February 2017

    Although fundamental to human well-being, the provision of care has been unrecognized and unremunerated by society. Increasing acknowledgement and respect for caring work will signal progress toward a Great Transition.


  • Sustainability and Well-Being: A Happy Synergy
    Essay

    Sustainability and Well-Being: A Happy Synergy

    Chris Barrington-Leigh

    April 2017

    Conventional wisdom sees a conflict between human progress and ecological protection. But a new body of research on subjective well-being tells us to look again.


    With commentary from Anamaria Aristizabal, Deric Gruen, Anders Hayden, Emily Huddart-Kennedy, Tim Kasser, Sylvia Lorek, Lucie Middlemiss, Tadhg O’Mahony, Sandra Waddock, and a response from the author.

  • Wiki Socialism?
    Review

    Wiki Socialism?

    Rajesh Makwana

    February 2017

    In Postcaplitalism, Paul Mason argues that new information technology will end capitalism as we know it and pave the way to a better future. But the technology Mason celebrates won’t do this without mass mobilization on a global scale.