Decentralized Economy, P.R. Sarkar
“While it may be difficult to establish village-level economic infrastructure at present, there is no insurmountable obstacle preventing us from establishing block-level economic infrastructure.”
Principles of Balanced Economy, P.R. Sarkar
“For a perfectly balanced economic environment, it is required that some thirty to forty percent of the people should depend directly on agriculture, and about twenty percent on agro-industries, twenty percent on agrico-industries, ten percent on general trade and commerce, and ten percent on intellectual or white collar jobs.”
Quadri-Dimensional Economy, P.R. Sarkar
People’s economy, psycho-economy, commercial economy and general economy.
Some Specialities of PROUT’s Economic System, P.R. Sarkar
Guaranteed minimum requirements, increasing the purchasing capacity, cooperatives, industrial development, decentralization, developmental planning, trade and commerce.
Trade for Regional Self-Reliance, Michael Towsey
Free trade of semi-essential and non-essential commodities, regulated trade of essential commodities.
Trade and Commerce, PROUT Globe
Short treatise on essential points of PROUT taxation.
Rational Purchasing Cost for All Foods, Bills, Tickets and Rent for All Citizens, Manas Nandi
The future of purchase cards are intimately connected with humanity’s bright moral and socio-economic future.
Tax in a Proutist Economy, M. Towsey
Comprehensive paper on PROUT taxation.
Economic Indicators for Setting the Minimum and Maximum Wages
Economists have long wrestled with the question of how to achieve the most efficient output and distribution, in a way that is also equitable and fair. The PROUT principle of atiriktam (the surplus available to society after the minimum necessities have been supplied to all) resolves this dilemma both logically and morally.
Toward an Optimum Level of Income Inequality, Mark Friedman
Comprehensive paper on PROUT’s fundamental principle of limited accumulation with reference to personal income.
New Fragrance, Old Stench, Trond Øverland
The values of capitalism have failed. PROUT’s first fundamental principle points in the direction of an exploitation-free society
Economic Peace: From Corporatism to a Cooperative Commonwealth, Garda Ghista
Economic peace can be defined as that state wherein people are provided the minimum necessities of life – food, water, clothing, health care and education. Fight against exploitation is required.
Distributions of Wealth and People’s Economy, Dieter Dambiec
Real economic welfare require proper economic organisation just as there is political organisation in society through representative structures.
Real Economy, Trond Overland
We need radical change which humanistic appeals will not deliver.
A Living Wage for All of Us, R. Bjonnes
What we need the most is a maximum wage.