Hazel Henderson, who died in May this year at the age of 89, was an independent futurist, environmentalist and economic iconoclast who argued that the conceptual framework underlying the discipline of economics has become so narrow that it has driven economists into an impasse.

Most economic concepts and models are no longer adequate to understand economic phenomena in a fundamentally interdependent world, and current economic policies can no longer solve our economic problems. In nine books, numerous essays and countless editorials, Henderson drove home this point for over four decades with ...


There are approximately 290 more words in this article.

To read the rest of this article, please buy this issue, or join the Resurgence Trust. As a member you will receive access to the complete archive of magazines from May 1966.

Buy Issue Join Us

If you are already a member, please Sign in