Civilizing the Economy A New Economics of Provision

Are Citizens national, natural, or civic?

Posted Sep 13, 2013 by Marvin Brown in The Civic, No Comments

How interesting that one becomes a national citizen through naturalization, rather than through nationalization as one would expect.   This deserves some reflection:

Video on The Business of Guns

Posted Sep 13, 2013 by Marvin Brown in Uncategorized, No Comments

Take a minute to watch this short video on The Business of Guns.  It addresses a topic that should be on list of what we need to do to civilize the economy: The Business of Guns

10 Duties of Global Citizens

Posted Sep 11, 2013 by Marvin Brown in Uncategorized, No Comments

I am beginning a new course at Saybrook University: “The Ethics of Transformative Social Change: Thinking like a Global Citizen.”  It’s the global citizen part that interests me right now.  Here is a proposal for 10 duties of the Global Citizen.  What do you think?

Marvin T. Brown, Ph.D teaches business and organizational ethics at the University of San Francisco and Saybrook University in San Francisco.

This book is the culmination of 30 years of teaching and writing on business and society from a communicative perspective. Visit workingethics.com for more information.

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