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Forum on Social Wealth

Our common wealth is endangered. The earth's natural ecosystems, the social fabric of our families and communities, and the creativity and information that constitute our culture - all are fundamentally different from private wealth. None of these was created by businesses or governments, and none can be effectively governed as private property. Yet today we have no coherent framework for valuing and understanding these types of social wealth.

The Forum on Social Wealth aims to fashion a new "cognitive frame" that recognizes how families, local communities, online networks, ecological systems and other non-market entities "produce value," not just in an economic sense, but in ways that matter socially, morally, and personally.

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