Economics with Justice Course
Can our economic arrangements produce a just and equitable outcome for all?
Can economics be directed towards stability and prosperity for all?
Economics-with-Justice is a fresh and innovative approach to economics.
Economic life is about relationships; our relationship with World at large, and our relationships with each other: How we organise the societies we live in, how we live together.
Previous experience of the subject is not necessary.
Here are some of the questions we explore:
- Why is it that the rich seem to get richer and the poor get poorer?
- Where does our money supply come from and who creates it?
- How is wealth created and how may it be fairly distributed?
- Why do some people earn many times what others earn?
- Are markets natural, and may they be fair and free?
- Can tax ever be fair?
- Why is housing so expensive?
- How may we all prosper, how may the true potential of every human being be realised?
- How can economic injustice be reduced and economic freedom be established?
WE CHALLENGE many of the current assumptions, which have led to a limited and narrow view of the subject, and of human life itself.
The course will also demonstrate how freedom and prosperity for every living human being is possible through the discovery and practice of natural economic laws.
It is the natural companion to philosophy, for no one can live well without morals, ethics and consideration and co-operation with others. Taking a larger view, the same applies to societies and nations.
It is an urgent and engaging study; and a vital study for our time.
There is a three term Economics-with-Justice course, with each term being a complete course in itself.
For further information on these courses, contact Anthony Jones on 01273 207823.