Small silhouette of Doug Wolkon WELCOME TO PLURANOMICS, THE ECONOMICS OF MANY.

What is Pluranomics?

The Economics of Many

Economic Pluralism is the name for Capitalism’s successor. In contrast to Capitalism, a system in which all things valued are land-derived (oil, wood, metals, food);┬áPluralism uses the renewable resources of air, water, & light to balance and sustain a timeless economy.

Pluranomics, short for Economic Pluralism, is the study of our upcoming evolution from a Capitalist to Pluralist system, from non-renewable energy to renewable energy, from global trade to local trade, from debt finance to equity finance, from top-down to bottom-up investing, from monopoly culture to diversity culture, and from a time-valued to a timeless economy.

Pluranomics studies this cheaper, better, and faster way in which we will trade with one another on a more stable “local” level with greater and greater access to renewable energy. Capitalism’s monopolies are too big and clumsy to compete with Pluralism’s more competitive diversity of size. This evolution to Pluralism is destined to lead to a brighter future for those that embrace its diversity.

Still Have Questions?

They might be answered in the Pluranomics FAQ.

Sound Interesting?

Learn more about Pluranomics in my book The New Game.