SMP Compendium

Table of Contents

Key Terminology under the Work-Standard

Incentive

Supply and Demand

Kapital

Intent

Command and Obedience

Arbeit and Geld

Zeit

Schuld

Financial Regime

State, Totality, and Self

Synchronicity

Work-Intensity, Work-Productivity, and Force Multiplication

State Budget, State Revenue, and State Expense

Real Trade and Free Trade

World State Organization (WSO)

Description, Characteristics and Important Topics

The Four Functions and Six Attributes of all Currencies

Currency Depreciation/Appreciation (Pt. I of II)

Currency Depreciation/Appreciation (Pt. II of II) 

Death-by-Overwork’, the Work-Standard’s Version of Hyperinflation

Exchange Rates and the Impossible Trinity

Theories of Value (Pt. I of II)

Theories of Value (Pt. II of II)

Theories of Money (Pt. I of II)

Theories of Money (Pt. II of II)

Devaluation and Revaluation (Pt. I of II)

Devaluation and Revaluation (Pt II of II)

World Reserve Currencies

Economic Model of the Work-Standard

Types of Economic Organization

Economic Governance Types and Economic Planning Models

How the Economy Creates Arbeit

How Arbeit is Converted into Geld

How the Central Bank sets the Exchange Rates under the Work-Standard

How the State receives Revenue and allocates the Budget

How the State implements and enforces the Paygrade Scale

Why Vocations are the only Acceptable Source of Arbeit

Why Vocations need Geld to contribute Arbeit

Political Governance of the Work-Standard

Democracy and the Council State (Pt. I of III)

Democracy and the Council State (Pt. II of III)

Democracy and the Council State (Pt. III of III)

On Direct Orders

A Constitution of Intents and Obligations

A Legal Code of Duties and Rights

State Educational Policies and Ranking System

State Issuance of Medals, Awards, Commendations and Promotions

State Fiscal and Monetary Policies

Solidarity as the Work-Standard Alternative to “Liquidity”

Primer on Taxation, Welfare, Insurance, and Vocations

Taxation and the Work-Standard (Pt. I of III)

Taxation and the Work-Standard (Pt. II of III)

Taxation and the Work-Standard (Pt. III of III)

Reciprocal-Reserve Banking

Total Mobilization of Production for Dasein

The Transvaluation of All Arbeit

The State and the Socialist Concept of Property

Financial Markets and the Quest for their Work-Standard Alternative (Pt. I of II)

Financial Markets and the Quest for their Work-Standard Alternative (Pt. II of II)

Role of NSFIs within Work-Standard Economic Planning

Proposed Types of NSFIs

Wartime Preparations and the Work-Standard (Pt. I of III)

Wartime Preparations and the Work-Standard (Pt. II of III)

Wartime Preparations and the Work-Standard (Pt. III of III)

International Trading Policies

Impact of Work-Standard on Trade Policies

CMEA’s Fixed Exchange Rates and its Hard Currency Shops

Japan’s Lost Decades and the Rise of Zombie Firms and Zombie Banks

Applications of Autarkic and Protectionist Trade Policies

On the International Movements of Arbeit, Geld, and Information

Political-Economic and Currency Unions

Potential Feasibility of the Work-Standard as a World Reserve Currency

Work-Standard Applications of Technology

Introduction to the Art of Technology

The Tactical Logic of Technology

The Operational Logic of Technology

The Strategic Logic of Technology

Artistic Creativity and Innovative Ingenuity with the Work-Standard

Expressing Identities through Technology

Project Cybersyn and Ernst Jünger’s ‘Phonophores’ and ‘Luminar’

The Internet, the Y2K Bug, and the Work-Standard’s Mechanization Rate

Why the “Splinternet” is an Alternative to the World Wide Web (WWW)

Technology and the War Effort (Pt. I of III)

Technology and the War Effort (Pt. II of III)

Technology and the War Effort (Pt. III of III)

Economic Metrics and Formulas of the Work-Standard

Work-Standard Formula for Quality of Arbeit

Total Economic Potential Formula (Pt. I of II)

Total-Economic Potential Formula (Pt. II of II)

Work-Standard Formula for Quality of Geld

Work-Standard Formula for Attrition/Inaction Rate

Total Financial Potential Formula (Pt. I of II)

Total Financial Potential Formula (Pt. II of II)

Introduction to Command-Obedience Account Bookkeeping

Domestic Accounts for Inflowing Arbeit, Outflowing Geld

Domestic Accounts for Outflowing Arbeit, Inflowing Geld

Foreign Accounts for Inflowing Arbeit, Outflowing Geld

Foreign Accounts for Outflowing Arbeit, Inflowing Geld

State Revenue and Requisition Accounts

Domestic and Foreign Schuld Accounts

Paygrade Scaling, Accounting and Distribution (Pt. I of III)

Paygrade Scaling, Accounting and Distribution (Pt. II of III)

Paygrade Scaling, Accounting and Distribution (Pt. III of III)

Strategic Accounting and Allocation of the State Budget (Pt. I of III)

Strategic Accounting and Allocation of the State Budget (Pt. II of III)

Strategic Accounting and Allocation of the State Budget (Pt. III of III)

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