PROUT holds that a decentralised socio-economic structure (as opposed to the present trend of urban commercial centralisation) does not diminish or dissipate economic potential. Rather, decentralisation removes regional disparity because wealth is distributed almost equally everywhere. According to PROUT, all the resources in a socio-economic unit should be controlled by the local people, and local people must be employed in local economic enterprises.

100% Employment for Local People, P. R. Sarkar

Decentralised Economy, P.R. Sarkar

Economic Peace: From Corporatism to a Cooperative Commonwealth, Garda Ghista

Various material on self-reliant local and regional society; Samaj

Various material on Economic Democracy

Various material on PROUT’s Nuclear Revolution

The Hidden Cost of Imported Items and The Need to Redefine the Modi Administration’s “Make in India” Policy, Dr. Susmit Kumar

Stop Taxcuts-fueled Consumer-driven Economy Which has Led the US to the Brink of Impending Bankruptcy, Dr. Susmit Kumar

Act Locally, Think Universally

How can local people manage the economy

Going Local, the solution multiplier, video from The Economics of Happiness

For the good and happiness of all