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Aspirational Revolution : the Purpose-Driven Economy.

Author: Michael Taillard
Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017.
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This book illustrates how global economic progress has reached its upper limit under the current economic paradigm, and how the next major revolution in global progress will rely on our ability to tap into the collective knowledge of the "everyday genius" to drive innovation, free market competition, artistic influence, and other advances that will allow humanity to overcome its greatest challenges. This volume  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Taillard, Michael.
Aspirational Revolution : The Purpose-Driven Economy.
Cham : Springer International Publishing, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Taillard
ISBN: 9783319617718 3319617710
OCLC Number: 1004618016
Description: 1 online resource (157 pages)
Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction; Part 1: Experience; Chapter 2: A Most Human Struggle; Chapter 3: The Pursuit of Income; Chapter 4: The Pursuit of Passion; Chapter 5: The Pursuit of Freedom; Chapter 6: The Pursuit of Equality; Chapter 2: A Most Human Struggle; Profile: Don Mupsey; Bibliography; Chapter 3: The Pursuit of Income; Profile: Ty William; Bibliography; Chapter 4: The Pursuit of Passion; Profile: L.E. Salas; Bibliography; Chapter 5: The Pursuit of Freedom; Profile: Roderick Whittle; Bibliography. Chapter 6: The Pursuit of EqualityProfile: Tony Matta; Bibliography; Part 2: Understand; Chapter 7: Past Potential; Chapter 8: Past Our Prime; Chapter 9: Crux of the Problem; Chapter 10: A Prime Opportunity; Chapter 11: Future Potential; Chapter 7: Past Potential; Bibliography; Chapter 8: Past Our Prime; Bibliography; Chapter 9: Crux of the Problem; Bibliography; Chapter 10: A Prime Opportunity; Bibliography; Chapter 11: Future Potential; Bibliography; Chapter 12: Conclusion; Profile: Glenn James; Afterword; Bibliography; Index.

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This book illustrates how global economic progress has reached its upper limit under the current economic paradigm, and how the next major revolution in global progress will rely on our ability to tap into the collective knowledge of the "everyday genius" to drive innovation, free market competition, artistic influence, and other advances that will allow humanity to overcome its greatest challenges. This volume proposes a grant-based program that will allow innovators to pursue their passions and benefit society as a whole. Such a program will reflect the end of the industrial age, when technology is satisfying many basic needs and creating space for individuals to pursue meaningful, fulfilling careers with the potential to improve our quality of life. Our current economic state mirrors the beginnings of the Agricultural Revolution and Industrial Revolution, and Aspirational Revolution shows how the immediate future will redefine what it means to be human by revolutionizing the manner in which we acquire and utilize the resources necessary for our continued survival. This book is the catalyst by which this transition will occur, providing the models upon which new paradigms will be built - a brand new conception of fundamental economic theory.

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