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Economics seems to touch every aspect of Hawaii’s past, present, and future. It’s a reflection of culture, laws, environment, attitudes, values, etc. In these papers, I have tried to give the reader a view of how economics can be seen from the perspective of new and challenging values. One different perspective is to structure a national or community economic system from the eyes of a hungry child rather than Adam Smith’s invisible hand, or to switch from the approach of the Gross National Product to the Gross National Happiness, or to search for the meaning of Pono economics. We hope you can prosper from this discussion of Hawaiian economics and what it can and should be. Mahalo for this visit.
- In Search of Pononomics - by Regina Gregory
- Pononomics Quarterly - Economics-Hawaiian Discussion Group, (2002) (Regina Gregory)
- Community Revitalization Package for Economic Recovery - to City Council member (2001)
- Dialogue on Sovereignty & the Hawaiian Economy (1994)
- Gross National Happiness concept (2005)
- ALOHA ECONOMY 1994
- Community response to the economic crisis
- Haw'n Sovereignty and its impact upon Bishop Streets updated Oct 2015
- Haw'n Sovereignty and its impact upon Bishop Streets
- REPORT on Hawaiian Sovereignty Economic Symposium, June 5, 1993