Laurence Brahm is a global activist, international lawyer, political-economist, author, and chief economist of the New Earth Institute.
He is the architect of two fresh economic paradigms, the Himalayan Consensus and the African Consensus.
These evolved from decades in the field advising on investments, economic-financial reform and development, while pioneering one of the earliest social enterprises located in the Himalayas.
A firm believer in multi-stakeholder approaches to economic and political solutions, he has practiced a lifestyle of crossover disciplines. As expressions of economic and transformational ideas, adopting various platforms such as architecture design, heritage protection, filmmaking, and writing.
He has served as an interlocutor and mediator providing second track dialogue on complex international and cross-cultural issues.
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Searching for Shangri-la
A Himalayan Film
Expedition Became…

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Shambhala serai
A Pioneering
Social Entreprise…

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Himalayan Consensus
Then a Fresh Economic
Paradigm…

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