The Problem is Wealth Concentration, Not Maldistribution

By Trond Øverland

The vast majority of alternative economic thinkers seem to think there is something seriously wrong with the way wealth is distributed today. They say prosperity should not be reserved for a few, it should be the property of many – the world’s riches should be more evenly distributed. PROUT does not agree with these “wealth distributors”:


The Bubble and the Wealth Gap

(PROUT Globe, 2011) – The ten most valuable brands in the world last year were American (see table). Of the world’s 100 most valuable brands more than a third were United States-based. [1]

Why is the country’s economy faring so badly then, threatening to throw the entire global economy into a total collapse?

Severe crises seldom have one singular simple …

Distributions of Wealth and People’s Economy

Dieter Dambiec
The question of wealth distribution requires a fundamental look at what forms a holistic economy. Sarkar states that a developed economy should consist of four parts: people’s economy, psycho-economy, commercial economy and general economy. It is the people’s economy that offers economic liberation and security for all. Its scope, implementation and invigoration of economic and human rights needs …

Implementing PROUT

Photo: From a 2014 PBI rally in Bhuvaneshwar, Odisha, India.

By Acharya Santosananda Avadhuta

From prehistoric times human beings have been strongly motivated by the urge to lead a happy and    peaceful life. This irresistible urge expressed itself in the form of the origin and evolution of science and technology. While human beings have been active on the material …

An Entire Key Industry In For Monumental Transformation

Since the 1960s, the semiconductor industry has been a driver of global economic growth and social change. All countries involved want a large, viable semiconductor industry that provides high paying jobs. The ongoing technical and managerial crises needs a detail analysis to examine the industry from a macroeconomic perspective, helping readers understand how global competitive advantage can be won or lost …