Rethinking Prosperity identifies and communicates about economic models in two streams:  1) Yesterday’s Prosperity and 2) Prosperity Today, Prosperity Tomorrow.  Within these streams we explore the fundamentals of economic systems, specifically: production (including natural resources/energy, labor/jobs, and capital/finance), distribution (including  politics, ownership, equity etc.), and consumption (including income, wealth, waste, etc.). We add a fourth, and overarching fundamental, purpose, recognizing that Yesterday’s Prosperity failed to ask the most important question and because true prosperity requires engaged citizens defining purpose at every step.

Yesterday’s Prosperity

Prosperity Today,
Prosperity Tomorrow


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