The System of the World (Part II)

In part two of this series, I examine global demographic trends and take an initial look at the implications for global GDP growth, and by extension, the outlook for the current world-system of debt-money, as defined in part 1.

The general demographic trend over the last 500 years, and particularly so since . . . → Read More: The System of the World (Part II)

The System of the World (Part I)

What is the System of the World? One social scientist defines it as follows:

“…a social system, one that has boundaries, structures, member groups, rules of legitimation, and coherence. Its life is made up of the conflicting forces which hold it together by tension and tear it apart as each group seeks . . . → Read More: The System of the World (Part I)