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The next economy will have to balance the needs of Earth’s expanding population with the shrinking level of resources which are available to everyone. This study in 2 volumes leads to an analysis of the thermodynamic downside of free trade and the thermodynamic potential relocalization of production and distribution.
World After Capital has two goals. The first goal is to establish that we are, in fact, experiencing [a technological] non-linearity. … The second goal for World After Capital is to propose an approach for overcoming the limits of existing capitalism and facilitating a smooth transition from the Industrial Age (scarce capital) to the Knowledge Age (scarce attention).
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