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Makroökonoomiliselt ja sotsiaalküberneetiliselt täiesti ajast ja arust asjatundmatu sonimine lumpeni lollitamiseks:

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Tõepoolest  nt: „Eesti Panga prognoosi järgi tuleb Eesti aastane inflatsioon 3,2 protsenti, sisemajanduse kogutoodangu kasv 3,5 protsenti, nominaalpalk aga kasvab 5,7 protsenti.

Niisiis tuleb peaaegu kogu Eesti majanduse kasv hindade kasvust, see aga sööb põhijoontes ära palgatõusu. Paraku on see prognoos hakanud juba tõeks saama. Tegelikkus on palju koledam, kui inimesed tahaksid ette kujutada.“ a) kodumaise kogutoodangu kasvu arvutatakse püsihindades (ilma inflatsioonita) – seega on täitsa vale et: „Niisiis tuleb peaaegu kogu Eesti majanduse kasv hindade kasvust,“ – tõsi et inflatsioon on ainult osa jaehindade kasvust sest viimane peegeldab ka kaupade väärtuse kasvu (nt e-lugeriga saab taskusse pista terve raamatukogu) b) see on õige et Maarjamaa „Tegelikkus on palju koledam, kui inimesed tahaksid ette kujutada.“ – aga seda mitte hindade või palkade kasvust tingituna – vaid eeskätt hübriidsõja ängidest tingituna ning suhtelise palgavaesusega EL/28 kontekstid – seoses sellega ka põliselanike anomaalse väljarännuga ning elanikkonna etnilis-struktuurse kvaliteedi laostamisega – sh eriti hiiliva venestamise süvendamisega ilmselt putinoidide poolt (Eurostai andmetel siinsete venekeelsete positiivne majandusaktiivsus on madalam – negatiivne ilmvselt vastupidi) – eriti õudne on muidugi see et siiani toimub Valitsuse poolt lõmitavalt siinsete Venemaa kontrolli all olevate tütarfirmade subsideerimine (EL/28 Komisjoni terminoloogias see et need tütarfirmad maksavad siin kasumimaksu ainult paari protsendi ulatuses – see on kuritegelik subsideerimine kohalike maksumaksjate arvelt) c) tsiviliseerite maailmas ei ole enam ammu ei Friedman’id ega Bulgakov’id asjakohased autoriteedid – tõepoolest  vt nt selle sajandi sagedasemaid asjakohaseid osundusi nagu:  Mägi, Kadi; Kadri Leetmaa, Tiit Tammaru, Maarten van Ham (2016) „Types of spatial mobility and change in people’s ethnic residential contexts“ – DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH VOLUME 34, ARTICLE 41, PAGES 1161−1192 PUBLISHED 28 JUNE 2016 http://www.demographic-research.org/Volumes/Vol34/41/ DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2016.34.41:

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a b s t r a c t

this conceptual, interdisciplinary paper will start with an introduction to the new-networked knowledge-based global economy and the importance of intellectual and, specifically, human, capital. Next, an advanced definition of human and other forms of capital using information, energy and entropy will be introduced. This will be followed by a discussion of the premises framing the study of economics and will focus on the role of law in the economy. Afterwards, the paper will suggest the addition of a new model of humans that should serve as the base for the concept of law, the homo sustainabiliticus. Ensuing this discussion and consistent with the newly proposed definition of capital, a proposal for a new currency (“new gold”) will be offered. This proposal suggests viewing usable, renewable energy, knowledge and data as the most important assets for the 21st century

and is seen as the building block for the new sustainabilistic economy.

© 2016 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Ecological Economics: This paper builds on and significantly enhances a chapter by Russ, M. (2014b).

E-mail address: russm@uwgb.edu.

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