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  • 1. The Great Rebirth Futures of Capitalism, Economy, and Exchange
  • 2. The Future of Capitalism
  • 3. The Future of Capitalism
  • 4. The Future of CapitalismPotential Crisis The Economist
  • 5. The Future of CapitalismPotential Crisis
  • 6. The Future of CapitalismFour Directions, Four Choices
  • 7. The Future of CapitalismCapitalism 4.0 2.0 3.0 1.0 ???? Capitallsm 4.0, Kaletsky
  • 8. The Future of Capitalism Definitions an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of capital goods, by investments that are determined by private decision, and by prices, production, and the distribution of goods that are an economic system that includes private determined mainly by competition in a free market ownership of the means of production, creation of goods or services for profit or income, the accumulation of capital, competitive markets, economic system based on a free market, voluntary exchange, and wage labor open competition, profit motive and private ownership of the means of production. Capitalism encourages private investment and Capitalism is based on self-interest and self- business, compared to a government- esteem; it holds integrity and trustworthiness controlled economy. Investors in these private as cardinal virtues and makes them pay off companies (i.e. shareholders) also own the in the marketplace, thus demanding that firms and are known as capitalists.  men survive by means of virtue, not vices capitalism as a system that organizes A social system based on the recognition of production for a distant market; where individual rights, including property rights, in acts of production and retail sale are which all property is privately owned. separated in time and space through the intervention of a wholesale merchant. The socio-economic system where social relations are based on commodities for exchange, in particular private ownership of the means of production and on the exploitation of wage labour.from Merriam Webster, Wikipedia, Investopedia, Alan Greenspan, Ann Rynd
  • 9. The Future of CapitalismDefinitions an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of capital goods, by investments that are determined by an economic system that includes private decision, and by prices, production, and the distribution of goods that are determined mainly by private ownership of the means of production, creation of goods or services for competition in a free market profit or income, the accumulation of capital, competitive markets, voluntary exchange, economic system based on a free market, and wage labor open competition, profit motive and private ownership of the means of production. Capitalism is based on self-interest and self- Capitalism encourages private investment and esteem; it holds integrity and trustworthiness business, compared to a government- as cardinal virtues and makes them pay off in the marketplace, thus demanding controlled economy. Investors in these private companies (i.e. shareholders) also own the firms and that men survive by means of virtue, not are known as capitalists.  vices capitalism as a system that organizes A social system based on the production for a distant market; where recognition of individual rights, including property acts of production and retail sale are rights, in which all property is privately owned. separated in time and space through the intervention of a wholesale merchant. The socio-economic system where social relations are based on commodities for exchange, in particular private ownership of the means of production and on the exploitation of wage labour.from Merriam Webster, Wikipedia, Investopedia, Alan Greenspan,
  • 10. The Future of Capitalism an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of People capital goods, by investments that are determined by an economic system that includes private decision, and by prices, production, and the distribution of goods that are determined mainly by private ownership of the means of production, creation of goods or services for competition in a free market profit or income, the accumulation of capital, competitive markets, voluntary exchange, economic system based on a free market, and wage labor open competition, profit motive and private ownership of the means of production.Capitalism is based on self-interest and self- Capitalism encourages private investment andesteem; it holds integrity and trustworthiness business, compared to a government-as cardinal virtues and makes them pay off in the marketplace, thus demanding controlled economy. Investors in these private Exchange Value companies (i.e. shareholders) also own the firms and that men survive by means of virtue, not are known as capitalists.  vices capitalism as a system that organizes A social system based on the production for a distant market; where recognition of individual rights, including property acts of production and retail sale are rights, in which all property is privately owned. separated in time and space through the intervention of a wholesale merchant. The socio-economic system where social relations are based on commodities for exchange, in particular private ownership of the means of production and on the exploitation of wage labour.
  • 11. The Future of CapitalismPeople and Exchange Group vs. Individual Monetary vs. Life Value
  • 12. The Future of CapitalismGroup Intervention Unbridled vs. Controlled Capitalism Low GI means greater free market principles High GI means more cohesive government control over production/policies
  • 13. The Future of CapitalismExchangeMonetary value vs. Life valueLow MT means changes to money as only lifeblood of economyHigh MT means money and credit valuationstays as world currency
  • 14. High Planetary ControlledGroup Intervention Capitalism Capitalism Personal Unbridled Capitalism Capitalism Low High Life Exchange Monetary
  • 15. The Future of CapitalismControlled Capitalism Social Market Systems Central Banking Power Monetary/Economic Unionization “Big Brother Capital”
  • 16. The Future of CapitalismUnbridled Capitalism Corporate Pursuits Global Power Players Micro Marketplace “Buy ‘n Large World”
  • 17. The Future of CapitalismPersonal Capitalism Local Exchange Transfer Systems Alternative Currencies Neo Barter “Individual Exchange”
  • 18. The Future of CapitalismPlanetary Capitalism Resource-Based Economics A World Without Money Utopia Revisited “Individual Exchange” Sources: Venus Project
  • 19. HighGovernment Intervention Planetary Controlled Capitalism Capitalism Personal Unbridled Capitalism Capitalism Low High Life Exchange Monetary
  • 20. High Planetary Capitalism Controlled Capitalism Equal global share Quicker decisionsGovernment Intervention Sustainability for planet Technocratic ideals Resource equality Resource gains supreme Potentials Personal Capitalism Unbridled Capitalism Whole “person” concept Individual/Corporate pursuit Creating personal value system Free market gains to public Individual pursuit attainable Historic gains Low Low High Life Transactions Monetary
  • 21. High Planetary Capitalism Controlled Capitalism One world system More govt controlGovernment Intervention Resource system tainted Power in hands of few Value change not liked Trust in govt Issues Personal Capitalism Unbridled Capitalism Collaborations lead to Not everyone can win difference in value Must know technology Will everyone share? Power mistrust Low Low High Life Transactions Monetary
  • 22. The Future of Capitalism
  • 23. The Great Rebirth Futures of Capitalism, Economy, and Exchange

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