Neva R. Goodwin’s Publications
“Carbon dioxide removal–What’s worth doing? A biophysical and public need perspective,” with June Sekera, Dominique Cagalanan, Amy Swan, Richard Birdsey, and Andreas Lichtenberger, PLOS Climate, February 2023.
“Ecosystem Restoration Is Integral to Humanity’s Recovery from Covid-19,” The Lancet Planetary Health, September 2022.
“Focus on Ecosystem Health,” Resilience, June 2022.
“Why the oil industry’s pivot to carbon capture and storage – while it keeps on drilling – isn’t a climate change solution,” The Conversation, November 2021.
“Consumerism and the denial of values in economics,” Real-World Economics Review, July 2021.
“A World of Possibilities: Six Restoration Strategies to support the United Nation’s Decade on Ecosystem Restoration,” Restoration Ecology, July 2020.
“Ecosystem Restoration: A Public Health Intervention,” EcoHealth, June 2020.
“Addressing Meta-Externalities: Investments in Restoring the Earth,” Real-World Economics Review, March 2019.
“There is More than One Economy,” Real-World Economics Review, June 2018.
“Restoration science does not need redefinition,” with James C. Aronson, Daniel Simberloff and Anthony Ricciardi, Nature Ecology & Evolution, March 2018.
“Unmet Needs and Unused Capacities: Time Banking as a Solution,” with Edgar Cahn, Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, February 2018.
“Mourning in America: Trump and the traumas of the twenty-first century,” Neva Goodwin, Real-World Economics Review, March 2017. (French)
“Meaningful Work: A Radical Proposal,” Neva Goodwin, Institute for New Economic Thinking, March 8, 2017.
“Core Support for the New Economy,” Neva Goodwin, Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, Volume 4, Issue 1, March 2017.
“Commentary on ‘Why We Consume: Neural Design and Sustainability’,” Neva Goodwin, Great Transition Initiative, February 2016.
“A Contextual Approach – Rethinking the Purpose of Economics,” Common Threads, September 2015.
“The Human Element in the New Economics: A 60-year Refresh for Economic Thinking and Teaching,” Real-World Economics Review 68, August 2014.
“Labor’s Declining Share and Future Quality of Life,” Perspectives on Limits to Growth: Challenges to Building a Sustainable Planet, 2012. Video.
“If US Consumption Declines Will the Global Economy Collapse?,” in Eds., Karin Ekstrom and Kay Glans, Changing Consumer Roles. New York, Routledge, 2011.
“A New Economics for the 21st Century,” World Futures Review, June-July 2010.
“What Can We Hope for the World in 2075?,” in Thirtieth Annual E.F. Schumacher Lectures, 2010. Video.
A 10-year update on this presentation is available at: “Neva Goodwin and Stewart Wallis in Conversation” (2020) Schumacher Center for New Economics.
“Good Business” in Our Planet: The Magazine of the United Nations Environment Programme, pp. 28-30, Feb 2010.
“Reforming Economic Theory: Resilience, Equity, and Sustainability” in Twenty-First Century Macroeconomics: Responding to the Climate Challenge, Eds., Jonathan Harris and Neva Goodwin, 2009.
“Teaching Ecological and Feminist Economics in the Principles Course” in Forum for Social Economics 38:2, 2009.
“An Overview of Climate Change,” Real-world economics review 46:20, pp. 110-135, May 2008.
“From Outer Circle to Center Stage: The maturation of heterodox economics” in Future Directions in Heterodox Economics, Eds., John Harvey and Rob Garnett, University of Michigan Press, 2008.
“Economic Vitality in a Transition to Sustainability” in the series Growing the Economy through Global Warming Solutions, the Civil Society Institute, 2007.
“The High Cost of Low Prices,” in Orion Magazine 25:1, Jan/Feb 2006.
“Environmental dimensions of macroeconomic measurement” with Julie A. Nelson and Jonathan M. Harris in Environmental and Social Issues in Economics, Jonathan M. Harris and Anne-Marie Codur, Encyclopedia of Earth, 2006.
“The Social Impact of Multinational Corporations: An outline of the issues, with a focus on workers” (2005) in Mapping the Multinational Corporates: The New Global Leviathans in Historical Perspective, eds Bruce Mazlish and Alfred Chandler, Cambridge University Press.
“A Post-Autistic Introduction to Economic Behavior” with Julie A. Nelson, Frank Ackerman and Thomas Weisskopf, post-autistic economics review 28:25, October 2004.
“Equity” in the Online Encyclopedia of Ecological Economics, published by the International Society for Ecological Economics, 2003.
“Civil Economy and Civilized Economics” (2001) in The Forerunner Volume for the Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS Publishers Co. Ltd., Oxford, UK).
“You can’t beat something with nothing: getting an alternative into the curriculum” in the Review of Radical Political Economics, 2001.
“The Hedgerow Model of Development” in Harris, ed, Rethinking Sustainability: Power, Knowledge and Institutions, Michigan Press.
“The Transition to a Transition” (2000) in Barbara Smith-Moran and Rodney Peterson, eds. Consumption, Population and Sustainability: Perspectives from Science and Religion, Island Press.
“Economics in Context” with Oleg Ananyin, Frank Ackerman and Thomas Weisskopf in Voprosy Ekonomiki, Moscow, printed in Russian, 1997.
“Economic Meanings of Trust and Responsibility” in As If the Future Mattered; Translating Social and Economic Theory into Human Behavior, Evolving Values for a Capitalist World, Vol. 1, Ed., Neva Goodwin, 1996.
“Economic Theory: Address at Moscow State University” [gated version]  in The Newsletters of PEGS 5:1, Winter 1995.
“A range of predictions for the future,” Ecological Economics, 10:1, pp. 15-20, May 1994.
“The Rounding of the Earth: Ecology and Global History” in Conceptualizing Global History, Eds., Bruce Mazlish and Ralph Buultgens; Westview Press, 1993.
“Macro and Global Issues for Sustainable Development” in A World Fit for People, Eds. Uner Kirdar and Leonard Silk, UN Development Program publication, NYU Press, 1993.
“What Do We Know About Sustainable Development?” in Green China Magazine, Summer 1993.
“Lessons for the World from U.S. Agriculture: Unbundling Technology” in Global Commons: Site of Danger, Source of Hope, Special Issue of World Development, January 1991.
“The Wealth of Adam Smith” with Bruce Mazlish in The Harvard Business Review (Vol. 4), pp. 52, Jul-Aug 1983.
“The Deciphered Heart: Conrad Aiken’s Poetry and Prose Fiction” as Jennifer Aldrich, The Sewanee Review (The Johns Hopkins University Press) 75:3, pp. 485-520, Summer 1967. (Originally written as: “The Deciphered Heart: A Study of Conrad Aiken’s Poetry and Prose Fiction,” BA thesis Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts)
BOOK-LENGTH PUBLICATIONS (AUTHOR OR EDITOR)
Microeconomics in Context: Fifth Edition, Neva Goodwin, Jonathan Harris, Julie Nelson, Pratistha Joshi Rajkarnikar, Brian Roach and Mariano Torras; Routledge, 2023. (Fourth Edition, Neva Goodwin, Jonathan Harris, Julie Nelson, Pratistha Joshi Rajkarnikar, Brian Roach and Mariano Torras; Routledge, 2019. Third Edition, Neva Goodwin, Jonathan Harris, Julie A. Nelson, Brian Roach and Mariano Torras; Routledge, 2014. Second Edition, Neva Goodwin, Julie A. Nelson, Frank Ackerman and Thomas Weisskopf; M.E. Sharpe, 2009. First Edition, Microeconomia: Organizzazioni Sociali e Conservazione delle Risorse) (Microeconomics: Social Organizations and Resource Conservation) Neva R. Goodwin October 2019; Transitional Economies edition, Neva Goodwin, Thomas E. Weisskopf and Frank Ackerman (Commercial University of Hanoi, 2002) (Moscow State University for the Humanities, 2002)).
Macroeconomics in Context: Fourth Edition, Neva Goodwin, Jonathan Harris, Julie Nelson, Pratistha Joshi Rajkarnikar, Brian Roach and Mariano Torras; Routledge, 2023. (Third Edition, Neva Goodwin, Jonathan Harris, Julie Nelson, Pratistha Joshi Rakarnikar, Brian Roach and Mariano Torras; Routledge, 2019) (Zanichelli Universita, 2009). First Edition, with Julie A. Nelson, Frank Ackerman and Thomas Weisskopf; Houghton Mifflin Co., 2005. Second Edition, Neva Goodwin, Jonathan Harris, Julie A. Nelson, Brian Roach and Mariano Torras; Routledge, 2014. First Edition, with Jonathan Harris and Julie Nelson; contributions by Brian Roach and James Devine; 2009. Neva R. Goodwin October 2019.
Essentials of Economics in Context: First Edition, Neva Goodwin, Jonathan Harris, Pratistha Joshi Rajkarnikar, Brian Roach and Tim Thornton; Routledge, 2020.
Principles of Economics in Context: Second Edition, Neva Goodwin, Jonathan Harris, Julie Nelson, Pratistha Joshi Rajkarnikar, Brian Roach and Mariano Torras; Routledge, 2019.
Twenty-First Century Macroeconomics: Responding to the Climate Challenge, Eds., Neva Goodwin and Jonathan Harris, Edward Elgar, 2009; paperback 2010.
New Thinking in Macroeconomics: Social, Institutional and Environmental Perspectives, Eds., Neva Goodwin and Jonathan Harris, Edward Elgar, 2004.
Evolving Values for a Capitalist World, University of Michigan Press, 1996-2005/2015. (series editor)
- Vol. “7” Are Humans Misfits in Market Democracies?: The Spinach Pie Papers, Takeaway Two, Robert Lane, 2015. (independently published online)
- Vol. 6 After the End of History: The Curious Fate of American Materialism, Robert Lane, 2005.
- Vol. 5 Helping People Help Themselves, David Ellerman, 2005.
- Vol. 4 It’s Legal But It Ain’t Right: Harmful Social Consequences of Legal Industries, Eds. Nikos Passas and Neva Goodwin, 2005.
- Vol. 3 Rethinking Sustainability: Power, Knowledge and Institutions, Ed., Jonathan Harris, 2000.
- Vol. 2 The Civil Economy: A Vision of Civil Society in the 21st Century, Severyn T. Bruyn, 2000.
- Vol. 1 As if the Future Mattered: Translating Social and Economic Theory into Human Behavior, Eds., Neva Goodwin.
Frontier Thinking in Economic Issues, Island Press; series editor and co-editor of each volume
- Vol. 6 “Taming the Corporation” in A Survey of Sustainable Development: Social and Economic Dimensions, 2001. Foreword by Amartya Sen. Eds., Jonathan Harris, Timothy Wise, Kevin Gallagher, and Neva R. Goodwin.
- Vol. 5 “Inequality and Corporate Power” in The Political Economy of Inequality, 2000. Foreword by Derek Bok, Eds., Frank Ackerman, Neva R. Goodwin, Laurie Dougherty, and Kevin Gallagher.
- Vol. 4 “The Household Economy and Caring Labor” in The Changing Nature of Work, 1999. Introduction by Neva Goodwin. Foreword by Robert Reich, Eds., Frank Ackerman, Neva R. Goodwin, Laurie Dougherty, and Kevin Gallagher.
- Vol. 3 “Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Wellbeing” in Human Wellbeing and Economic Goals, 1997. Introduction by Neva R. Goodwin. Foreword by Tibor Scitovsky, Eds., Frank Ackerman, David Kiron, Neva R. Goodwin, Jonathan M. Harris, and Kevin Gallagher.
- Vol. 2 “Visions of an Alternative” in The Consumer Society, 1996. Foreword by John Kenneth Galbraith, Eds., Neva R. Goodwin, Frank Ackerman, and David Kiron.
- Vol. 1 “Ethical and Institutional Issues in Ecological Economics” in A Survey of Ecological Economics, 1995. Eds., Rajaram Krishnan, Jonathan Harris, and Neva R. Goodwin.
Social Economics: An Alternative Theory: Building Anew on Marshall’s Principles, Macmillan (London) and St. Martin’s Press (New York), 1991.
- Chapter 4: “Individuals and Institutions in Social Economics“
- Chapter 6: “The Stumbling-blocks of Economics: Complexity, Time and Change“
- Chapter 7: “Some Sociological Explanations for the Present Condition of Neoclassical Economics“
- Chapter 8: “The Peculiar Place of Meaning in the Social Sciences“
- Chapter 9: “Assumptions, Success and Responsibility: Examples of the Uses of Judgment“
- Chapter 10: “The Micro Foundations for Textual Analysis“
- Chapter 11: “Stories That Blow Up: How to Anticipate When the Realisticness of Assumptions Will Matter“
Global Commons: Site of Danger, Source of Hope, Ed., Neva Goodwin, Special Issue of World Development, January 1991.
“Back to the Fork: What We Have Derived from Marshallian Economics and What We Might Have Derived,” Neva Goodwin, Diss. Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, 1988.
“Core Support for the New Economy,” June 2016.
“Prices and Work in the New Economy,” April 2014.
“An Overview of Climate Change: What does it mean for our way of life? What is the best future we can hope for?,” March 2008.
“The Limitations of Markets: Background Essay,” December 2005.
“Five Kinds of Capital: Useful Concepts for Sustainable Development,” September 2003.
“Reconciling Growth and Environment,” with Jonathan M. Harris, March 2003.
“Macroeconomics for the Twenty-First Century,” March 2003.
“Better Principles: New Approaches to Teaching Introductory Economics,” with Jonathan M. Harris, June 2001.
“Some Defining Characteristics of Contextual Economics,” June 2000.
“Economics in Context: The Need for a New Textbook,” with Oleg I. Ananyin, Frank Ackerman and Thomas E. Weisskopf, February 1997.
4-part Series Hosted on Opinion Sur
Changing Climate, Changing Economy: how to think about climate change
Part 1 (July/07) “Changing Climate, Changing Economy” English Spanish
Part 2 (August/07) “What is the economy for?” English Spanish
Part 3 (September/07) “Toward a changed economy – looking backward and forward” English Spanish
Part 4 (October/07) “Climate change as the immanent perfect storm” English Spanish
2-part Series Hosted on Opinion Sur
What is the economy for?
Part 1 (November/07) “Competition among Firms – Who Benefits?” English Spanish
Part 2 (December/07) “Internalizing externalities: making markets and societies work better” English Spanish
Hosted on Opinion Sur
“Ecological Repair: A Hope for the Human Economics,” Opinion Sur, August 2018.
SELECTED INVITED LECTURES AND INTERVIEWS
“Post-American World: Toward Planetary Governance,” with Stephen Zacks, August 2022.
“Neva Goodwin on the Global Development and Environment Institute,” Tufts, Medford, MA, October 2013.
“A New Economics for a New Economy” [part 2], webinar, New Economy Working Group and the New Economics Institute, June 2013.
“Creating New Curriculum to Address the Needs of the Time,” June 2012. New Economics Institute workshop with Rob Johnson and Debra Rowe.
“Coffee and Conversation at the College of the Atlantic” with Hank Schmelzer, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, ME, July 2012.
“Creating New Curriculum to Address the Needs of the Time,” Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, Strategies for a New Economy conference, June 2012.
“A New Economics for the 21st Century,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, February 2013. A Better World Radio with Mitchell Rabin, November 2010.
“What Can We Hope for the World in 2075?” (2010). Thirtieth Annual E.F. Schumcher Lectures. Video
A 10-year update on this presentation is available at: “Neva Goodwin and Stewart Wallis in Conversation” (2020) Schumacher Center for New Economics.
“Redefine Growth: Our Interview with Dr. Neva Goodwin,” The Green American (formerly the Co-op America Quarterly), Spring 2010.
“Changing Economics to Cope with Climate Change” at the Economics of Global Warming Workshop, New School for Social Research, New York City, October 2007.
“Changing Climate, Changing Economy,” plenary address at the ICAPE meeting, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, June 2007.
“Toward Good Societies: The Policy Agenda,” Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, “John Kenneth Galbraith and the Future of Liberalism,” October 2006.
“Contextual Economics and a World of Well-Being,” The Boston Research Center for the 21st Century, 2005.
“What Economics Courses Don’t Teach – But Should,” annual meeting of the Russian Society for Ecological Economics, St. Petersburg, June 2005.
“What You Didn’t Learn in Ec 101,” Annual meeting of “SRI in the Rockies,” October 2004.
“Five Kinds of Capital and SAEJAS Development” and “Teaching Microeconomics for the Twenty-first Century,” American Association of Legal Scholars annual meeting, sessions on Social Economics, Washington, D.C., January 2003.
“Contextual Economics: A Quilt of Many Old – and Some New – Patches,” ICAPE meeting, Kansas City, June 2003.
“What We Have Learned from ‘Frontiers in Economic Though’,” keynote address at the U.S. Society for Ecological Economics meeting, Duluth, MN, July 2001.
“Sustainable Development as the Leading Edge of Macroeconomics,” American Economics Association, New Orleans, LO, January 2001.
“Contextualizing What We Teach: A New Microeconomics Text,” Eastern Economics Association, New York, NY, January 2001.
“Contextual Economics: An Alternative Paradigm,” Atlantic International Economic Society, Montreal, Canada, October 1999.
“Human Wellbeing and Economic Goals,” keynote address, first meeting, International Society for Quality of Life Studies, November 1997.
“The Transition to a Transition,” for the Boston Theological Institute in conjunction with The American Association for the Advancement of Science (portions of this talk have been released in a BTI video, Living in Nature), June 1996.
“Options for Development: A New Look at Old and New Ideas,” UNDP Round Table on Global Change, Marmaris, Turkey, April 1996.
“Taking Consumerism Seriously: Macroeconomic Implications,” Environmental Ethics lecture series of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, February 1996.
“Leaving the Consumer Society,” The Cambridge Forum (taped for broadcasting on U.S. and Canadian radio, including numerous airings on PBS (“All Things Considered”), February 1996.
“Externalities and Economic Power,” fall retreat of the Environmental Grantmakers Association, Bretton Woods, NH, October 13-15, 1994.
“Notes for a Basic Economics Text for Russia in the 1990s,” “The Future of Economics Education Neva R. Goodwin October 2019 in Russia” conference, sponsored by the University of Moscow, April 1994.
“Trust in Economic Transactions,” Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, March 1993.
“New Thinking in Economics,” one-hour recorded interview for Radio-Free Europe, October 1992.
“What Kind of Economic Theory is Needed for Pollution Prevention?,” for a committee of the EPA’s National Advisory Council on Environmental Policy and Technology, January 1992.
“Lessons for the World from U.S. Agriculture,” International Development Conference, Washington, DC, January 1991.
“Social Economics and Sustainable Development,” University of Cambridge Development Studies Colloquium, Cambridge, England, October 1990.
“The Limits of Realism in Economic Models,” World Institute for International Development, Helsinki, June 1989.