Antechinus: Transition Economics – Sustainable Automation [without True Cost Economics]

03 Economy

Transition Economics – The Science of Sustainability

Transition Economics is the science of profiting from automation while setting social policy that corrects the naturally occurring financial cycles in capitalistic economies. Ensuring that people have incomes and that those incomes have renewed spending powers in a tax-neutral climate is critical now, and this is the goal of transition economics “throttles” and planning as well. The new field of Transition Economics is important because our current economy must switch safely from a unsustainable status quo of policy that will absolutely lead to collapse; as it has every sixty years for 4000 years of our history.

Phi Beta Iota: Some interesting graphics and concepts — assumes that automation is inevitable and ignores true cost economics.

See Especially:

The Future: Recent “Core” Work by Robert Steele

See Also:

True Cost economics @ Phi Beta Iota

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