Imperfect - A Context for a Renewed EconomicsMichael Spence
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Building on Rudolf Steiner's conception of the human being, Mr. Spence poses challenging questions concerning the life of a Waldorf school.
How can we create a new economic form in light of all we have learned recently about the collapsed and corrupted financial system? These four lectures given by an experienced economist offers new ideas about approaches to money and financial systems. Informed by experience with Waldorf Education and the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, compelling ideas about the needs of our times and the opportunities it presents for new economic forms, this little gem of a book is a "must read" for those seeking new ideas on economic reform.