CO-AUTHORS OF TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE WORLD

Bernard Lietaer dictated the key passages of TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE WORLD to Helga Preuss and Dieter Legat. He determined that:
 
 

Marek Hudon - Professor at Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium - should edit the manuscript and suggest some references.

 
 
 
 

Helga Preuss - Bernard’s companion for years - should make sure that every word was precisely in his frame of thinking.

 
 
 

Kristof de Spiegeleer - CEO of Threefold, a leading high tech company using a complementary Token currency worldwide - should finalize, from Bernard’s notes, the content of Paradigm 3

 
 
 

Cary Sherburne - Senior Editor at WhatTheyThink, a media expert focused on the analog-to-digital transformations several industries are undergoing, as well as a marketing consultant and author - should help to transform the manuscript into text easy to read by lay people.

 
 
 

Dieter Legat - retired Hewlett Packard manager and top management consultant, a friend of Bernard’s for more than 40 years - should be the scribe of the team.

 

 

Authors referred to in TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE WORLD

These authors are mentioned in the book (in alphabetical order):
 
 

Christian Arnsberger - Co-author (*) of MONEY AND SUSTAINABILITY, report from THE CLUB OF ROME, ISBN 978-1-908009-75-3

 
 
 

Stefan Brunnhuber - Co-author (*) of MONEY AND SUSTAINABILITY, report from THE CLUB OF ROME, ISBN 978-1-908009-75-3

 
 
 

Jacqui Dunne - Co-author (*) of RETHINKING MONEY, ISBN 978-1-60994-296-0

 
 
 

Sally Goerner - Co-author (*) of MONEY AND SUSTAINABILITY, report from THE CLUB OF ROME, ISBN 978-1-908009-75-3

 
 
 

Gwendolyn Hallsmith - Co-author (*) of CREATING WEALTH - GROWING LOCAL ECONOMIES WITH LOCAL CURRENCIES ISBN 978-1-55092-477-0

 
 
 

Daniel Kahnemann - Author of THINKING, FAST AND SLOW - ISBN 978-0-141-03357-0

 
 
 

Robert E. Ulanowicz - Co-author (**) of  QUANTIFYING ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR FREE-ENTERPRISE THEORY, POLICY AND PRACTICE

 

(*) with Bernard Lietaer   (**) with Bernard Lietaer and Sally J. Goerner