McIntosh, M (2015) Thinking the twenty-first century: ideas for the new political economy. Greenleaf Publishing. ISBN 9781783531745
Combining science, philosophy, politics and economics, 'Thinking the Twenty-First Century' takes a provocative look at the changes required to build a new global political economy. McIntosh charts five system changes essential to this transition: globality and Earth awareness; the rebalancing of science and awe; peacefulness and the feminisation of decision-making; the re-organisation of our institutions; and, evolution, adaptation and learning. That they are all connected should be obvious, but that they are written about together is less common. McIntosh argues that these five changes are already underway and need to be accelerated.
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