The Economy for the Common Good has been published in 9 languages and sold 80.000 copies so far. Besides, Christian has written, co-authored or coordinated another 15 books:

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2016 Publications in the US:

28/09/16 - Impact Alpha: An Economy for the Common Good: Building a Balance Sheet for Companies' Impact 

20/09/16 - The Havre Daily News: Austrian Activist Discusses Capitalistic Failure

14/09/16 - Gratitude Gourmet: Change Everything - Creating an Economy for the Common Good

05/09/16 - EarthTalk: Ethical Trade Not Protectionism is the Answer to Trade Agreement Concerns

25/08/16 - Entrepreneur:  “Worried About Free Trade? Let’s Strive for Ethical Trade Instead.”

24/08/16 - Huffington Post “Repurposing the Economy Can Help Stem The Tide of Terror.”, published as well on:


09/07/16 - “Economy Needs Fundamental Reorientation Focusing on Common Good Using a Common Good Approach

06/07/16 - Triple Pundit, Interview:  “The Impact of Brexit On A Sustainable Future.”

03/07/16 - AlterNet:  “Why Brexit Could Be a Terrible Idea For The Environment.”

Many more articles available here - most of them in German and Spanish.
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Our Gross National Product... counts air pollution and cigarette advertising... special locks for our doors and the jails for those who break them. It counts the destruction of our redwoods and the loss of our natural wonder... It measures everything, in short... except that which makes life worthwhile.Robert F. Kennedy, 1968
The decadent international but individualistic capitalism (...) is not a success. It is not intelligent, it is not beautiful, it is not just, it is not virtuous--and it doesn't deliver the goods. In short, we dislike it, and we are beginning to despise it. But when we wonder what to put in its place, we are extremely perplexed.John Maynard Keynes, 1933