Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell.

The only field of economics which actually attempts to approach it scientifically is Behavioral Economics. They don't develop models based on preconceptions. Instead, they conduct experiments to learn how people actually behave, and model accordingly.

While writing Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations, I came to believe that Smith would have been a Behaviorist, had he been presented with such distinctions.

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I think about how to create societies of sustainable, technological abundance. My book, A Celebration Society, offers one solution. It has been well received.

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Jonathan Kolber

Jonathan Kolber

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I think about how to create societies of sustainable, technological abundance. My book, A Celebration Society, offers one solution. It has been well received.