Thoughts? Several, not at all well connected:
- The date on that web page is last week but I read about the person and the course last year or even the year before.
- Hesse's Siddhartha
(I know, not dharma but dharma-inspired and coming from a Western viewpoint) has quite a lot to say about right livelihood and commercial success.
- The Ethical Investing movement http://www.australianethical.com.au/what-ethical-investment
seems to be a natural fit with Buddhist economics.
- Sustainability may well depend upon us finding and adopting an economic model which doesn't depend on endless growth. In fact, it must - since endless growth, however slow or careful, must
hit the limits of the planet some time.