Month: July 2021

Update (31 July 2021)

Over the past two or three days, I had been gathering research on taxation policies and determining whether they can be implemented under the Work-Standard. I still stand by my original stances that conventional taxation policies will be null and… Read More ›

On the Topic of Post-Keynesianism

“Post-Keynesianism” has an intriguing pedigree, even by Keynesian standards. Based on what I had researched about that heterodox economic school of thought, Post-Keynesianism strives to transcend the ideological dogmatism inherent within Liberal Capitalism. It is critical of the mainstream variants… Read More ›

Update (26 July 2021)

Most of the basic fundamentals regarding the specifications of the Work-Standard have already been discussed. There is now enough information regarding how it functions in theory and practice. All that remains at this point is to continue outlining the mathematics… Read More ›