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David Korten Book Set

David Korten Book Set
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Signed Copies of Four Classics

David C. Korten

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Own signed copies of David Korten's seminal works on a life-centered economy.

Agenda for a New Economy (2nd edition)
In this revised and updated edition Korten offers more in-depth advice on how to mount a grassroots campaign to bring about an economy based on locally owned, community oriented "living enterprises" whose success is measured as much by their positive impact on people and the environment as by their positive balance sheet.

The Great Turning
Korten draws on evidence from sources as varied as evolutionary theory, developmental psychology, and religious teachings to make the case that “Earth Community”—a life-centered, egalitarian, sustainable alternative to Empire based on democratic principles of partnership—is indeed possible.

When Corporations Rule the World (2nd edition)
Korten writes of the new global citizens' movement of activism in response to corporate globalization, and of civil society groups' efforts to restructure global economic governance. He transitions from a critical analysis of the new world order to an optimistic focus on the role of spirit and culture in a “civil-ized” society.

The Post-Corporate World
By drawing on insights from biology and evolutionary principles, Korten renders economic terms and ideas more understandable through the use of simple metaphors regarding living systems. The book prescribes economic solutions to capitalism's maladies, and provides readers with viable ways to work toward a healthy, sustainable economy.

Or, Buy Individually (not signed by the author):

Agenda for a New Economy (2nd edition)

The Great Turning

When Corporations Rule the World (2nd edition)

The Post-Corporate World