Category Archives: Rational distribution

Is it Time for a Cap on Personal Wealth?

Dada Vedaprajinananda
Some years back, street demonstrations in Seattle against globalization and the World Trade Organization, known as the “Battle of Seattle” briefly caught the attention of the news media. One BBC commentator remarked “We know what the demonstrators are against, but we don’t know what they are for.”

Today as I write this essay, a similar demonstration is underway. …

Toward an Optimum Level of Income Inequality – IV

Mark Friedman

Chapter IV: Solutions: How to Reduce Inequality

It is more efficient to structure an economy so that it distributes income equitably in the first place than to attempt to redistribute income through taxation or other means. Without denying the present necessity for a progressive tax structure to redistribute income, Galbraith wrote,

For promoting equality a reasonably equal distribution …

Toward an Optimum Level of Income Inequality – III

Mark Friedman

Chapter III: Productivity and Income Inequality

Maslow and Eupsychian Management

It is often argued that wide disparities of income are needed to encourage the most talented to be more productive and accept jobs that are more challenging. We have accepted that some income inequality can be beneficial to society if it actually provides an incentive for greater productivity. …

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 …

2nd fundamental principle of PROUT

There should be maximum utilization and rational distribution of all mundane, supramundane and spiritual potentialities of the universe.

Purport: The wealth and resources inherent in the crude, subtle and causal worlds should be developed for the welfare of all people. All resources hidden in the five fundamental factors – solid, liquid, luminous, aerial and ethereal – should be fully utilized …