"A road map to a more humane future in which everyone matters."
—Gloria Steinem, Founder, Ms magazine
"If you secretly wonder why the hyped promise of capitalism doesn't match the all too common and difficult struggle to make ends meet you will be fascinated by this account of where our economy went wrong and how we can change. Korten makes the economic principles that got us where we are today plain, simple , and accessible."
—Vicki Robin, coauthor of Your Money or Your Life
"Korten argues convincingly that Adam Smith would be appalled by much that Wall Street has done in recent decades, and he raises a host of provocative quesions about the emerging global economic order. Not everyone will agree with Korten's answers, but everyone will be enriched by considering his questions."
—Denis Hayes, Chair and CEO, Earth Day 2000
"The Post Corporate World does for our view of corporatism what Betty Friedan did for our view of women and Rachel Carson did for our view of the environment. . . . Passionately and gracefully written. . . it will twist your mind about the world and how you are living in it."
—Peter Block, author of Stewardship and The Empowered Manager
"A refreshing signpost for the future."
—Professor Claus Schwab, President, World Economic Forum, Geneva
"Readers will be refreshed by Korten's deliberative optimism grounded in a thorough understanding of the human condition and the liberating possibility of mindful choice."
—Elise Boulding, Professor Emerita of Sociology, Dartmouth College
"The Post-Corporate World is an articulate and hopeful expression by one of the leading architects for a postive future. "
"One of the most important books of the twentieth century."
—Dr. Robert Muller, Chancellor, University for Peace, Costa Rica, Former UN Assistance Secretary General and Secretarty if the UN Economic and Social Council