Planned Economy rethought
Do you also sometimes worry that you or many others could be unemployed? And do you also wish you were not left to fend for yourself in an emergency? What can a caring welfare state look like without exploding costs?
This book tells us:
... how the unemployed can work for each other in a Planned Economy to support themselves and start companies with like-minded people.
... how democratic and digital voting on consumption and working time can protect residents from deprivation and maximise leisure time.
... how disposed goods are recycled and redundant workers are retrained to be able to switch back to the other economic forms.
After 20 years of work on this book series, Andreas Seidl thus ventures a step towards founding a party. In doing so, he entertains his readers both intellectually and visionarily. If this work can give you hope, inspire you or move you to action, it has fulfilled its purpose.
Available in German and English