Posted To RWER Blog (and censored)

Theorizing can go on forever, even after conclusions that the economy is monetary in nature (Keen and Graeber), that money is most basically accounting (Keen belatedly) and that the economy is correctly and inevitably embedded within a cost accounting infrastructure (no one since C. H. Douglas) which will enable us to directly implement solutions to the rigged austerity everyone here agrees is part and parcel of the problem.

Policy, most importantly paradigm changing policy implemented at strategic points in the economic/productive process, is what is needed. Policy is the action of systems. I suggest we focus on policies that will benefit all economic agents individual and commercial as soon as possible and also enable us to individually and fiscally confront the existential threat of climate change.


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