People won't work if they get things for free. It's a common conservative response to safety net programs, and subsidies to individuals - anything they consider a "handout" or entitlement (interestingly though, corporations receiving such benefits are ok, but that's another story). We don't blame conservatives for their concerns. Their world view, to them, is … Continue reading People don’t work if they get things for free
In a Copiosis economy, money can buy only goods and services designated as "Luxuries." But “Luxury” is in the eye of the beholder, isn’t it? A Necessity for one person is a Luxury to someone of more reduced circumstances. Anything can be designated as a "Luxury" or as a "Necessity" or as a "pink elephant," … Continue reading Making Luxuries a force for good
In the right context, greed is a great way motivate people. Copiosis contextualizes greed so it only can create good. It’s easy. Here’s how.