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New programme teaches the ECG model to students in Administration and Finance

2021-11-25T18:25:33+01:00November 25th, 2021|

An initiative called "Transforming our world, teaching in principles and values ​​of the Economy of the Common Good in Vocational Training" introduces students and teachers in the field of Administration and Finance to the Economy for the Common Good. The objective is to bring the core values of the Economy for the Common Good (transparency [...]

Launch of the New Economies Programme in Latin America in 2022 (P.I.N.E.)

2021-11-15T14:49:37+01:00November 15th, 2021|

Estamos apoyando el lanzamiento del *Programa de Introducción a Nuevas Economías* Edición 2 - Online para todo Latinoamérica. ¡Empieza en febrero 2022!  Christian Felber and Luciana Cornaglia from the International Federation of the ECG will give a presentation at the launch of the New Economies Programme (P.I.N.E.). This is a three-month online course on [...]

Economía del Bien Común – Conference in Valencia and online on 12 November

2021-11-08T13:10:40+01:00November 8th, 2021|

Futurlab, the laboratory of the organization "Las Naves" hosts a conference on the Economy for the Common Good on November 12 (10:15 - 14:00) in Valencia and online, in Spanish: Futur·lab, el laboratorio de Las Naves que tiene como objetivo dar a conocer acciones e iniciativas que inspiren la construcción de un futuro mejor, [...]

First university in Germany to present a Common Good Balance Sheet

2021-11-01T16:43:09+01:00November 1st, 2021|

The Technical University of Nuremberg is the first state university in Germany to present a Common Good Balance Sheet. At the Common Good Congress at the Technical University of Nuremberg, the university has now been awarded for this step, together with other organizations and companies. The official ceremony took place in the presence of [...]

Self-interest is woven into the fabric of neoclassical economics

2021-11-01T09:25:53+01:00November 1st, 2021|

Originally published at Renegade Inc. on October 29, 2021. Famously, the broadcaster and natural historian Sir David Attenborough said that someone who believes in infinite growth is either a madman or an economist. One of the big problems we face today is that in our hunt for growth, mainstream economics has been taken over by madmen. [...]

Common Good Product Now! Global initiative calls on G20 leaders to replace Gross Domestic Product with a future-fit successor

2021-11-01T08:57:58+01:00November 1st, 2021|

In light of climate change, the Covid crisis, biodiversity decline, and growing inequality, there is an ever-increasing worldwide consensus that fundamental changes in our economies are urgently needed. As a result, on the occasion of the G20 summit in Rome on 30-31 October 2021, an alliance of leading voices from the area of sustainable [...]

Global G20 Common Good Product Campaign

2021-10-25T13:22:29+02:00October 25th, 2021|

The Economy for the Common Good is launching the G20 Common Good Product campaign under the title “Rebalance our Economy” today, 25 October – and you can be part of it. Help us to promote a new way of thinking economics. Help us to let people discover an alternative way of measuring economic success. [...]

Economy for the Common Good invited at Worldwide Meeting on Human Values, 22-23 October

2021-10-18T14:34:09+02:00October 18th, 2021|

ECG is part of the XIII Worldwide Meeting on Human Values (Encuentro Mundial de Valores) held completely online from 22-23 October. It is organized in alliance with the international organization Charter for Compassion (CFC) that works in 54 countries promoting its message of compassion. After an inauguration speech by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the [...]

Tipping point for corporate transparency on sustainability: reporting benefits outweigh costs

2021-10-18T09:28:52+02:00October 18th, 2021|

As the European Union considers the new draft Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive and associated sustainability standards, striking new evidence shows that the proposed legislation saves rather than costs money for business. A new article written by Richard Howitt, Strategic advisor on corporate sustainability, Senior Advisor at Frank Bold, formerly MEP and CEO of the [...]

Second International ECG Conference, in March 2022

2021-10-13T09:28:08+02:00October 13th, 2021|

The ECG movement started in 2010 with the publication of the first edition of the book "Gemeinwohl-Ökonomie" (Economy for the Common Good) by Christian Felber and the presentation of a first version of the common good balance sheet by a group of Austrian entrepreneurs. More than 2,000 companies, mainly small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), [...]

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