Transition Economics- The Science of Sustainability
Transition Economics – The Science of Sustainability
Transition Economics is the Science of resetting social and economic policy as needed to manage inequity and ensure opportunity. Transition Economics also explains the importance of creating sustainable Economic Injectors – like Renewable Automation and Foreign Debt, which can offset the normal Late Capitalism inequity that occurs naturally every 60-years in any successful Capitalist Economy historically. Transition Economics flips between socialistic and capitalistic policies – back and forth – as needed to maintain opportunity in any society; examples include the Netherlands, Denmark, and Norway who enjoy the American Dream still today
Economic Policy reverses Housing and Energy Bubbles, Unemployment, Welfare, Taxation, Commerce and more – as needed to provide a Good Life to all citizens via the Science of Transition Economics
The new field of Transition Economics is an important read because our current economy must switch safely from a unsustainable status quo of policy that will absolutely lead to collapse; as it always has before every sixty years for 4000 years of our history. At the same time, we are transitioning from a Manual Economy to an Automated one – and this exciting development for mankind demands our smart support too.
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Highlights of Transition Economics Include:
“Imagine how foolish will we all look once we have permitted special interests to safeguard inequity – even at the risk of obliterating all in a nuclear war – at the very same time that humanity could have deployed our renewable automations to make money unnecessary.”
Transition Economics – Edward Tilley, 2016
Our Manual Economies are Automating, and this is a very good thing once our governments are ready with the guaranteed income programs that transition citizens safely with policy that renews spending power and gives us ever-more productive and worthwhile projects and lives.
Scientific Cycle Economists realize that for 4000 years, economic controls have been enforced successfully to manage Capitalism’s normal 60-year cycles of peaks and then troughs in one-after-another succession.
History teaches that when we fail to provide important supports for individuals and families at the end of an economic cycle, we create the underpinnings of social problems that lead to societal collapse, revolutions and world wars. We see collapse beginning in Venezuela, Greece and even Spain and the United States – a country with incarceration rates 5-times per capita than the next G7.
When these two cycles – automation and natural cycles in Capitalism – collide within a democratic society that is untrained in how to vote in support of policies that implement responsible financial controls that protect families, we arrive at the pressing need for the new science of Transition Economics.
Unlike 90% of books on the topic, Transition Economics explains very specifically HOW to transition to sustainable solutions in every facet of economy step-by-step. Countless other books, scholarly articles, and media reports stop at explanations of WHAT are the problems.
Transition Economics applies Scientific Method where most contemporary Economics theories do not. This means solutions are based on researched history and observable current fact – and a scholarly “Proof” as well. In this way, Transition Engineering is a study of more than Economics alone: drawing from History, Engineering, Science, Business, Strategic Planning and Epistemology. Strong strategy and planning backed by SUSTAIN Project Management Method provide the foundations of strong leadership.
Voicing problems without solutions that are planned, proven, implementable with clear directions and next steps – amount to platitudes at best and voicing’s of emotional frustration at worst. There can be no responsible leadership without a communicable plan and this is where Transition Economics begins.