Sustainable Economics Guide
John Spacey, September 01, 2016 updated on December 15, 2017
Sustainable economics is an approach to economics that seeks to reduce the environmental damage and poor quality of life that occurs in economies. Economies are essentially rules for creating, exchanging, distributing and storing value. If these rules make people unhappy or damage the environment they can potentially be challenged and improved. The following are key theories and principles related to sustainable economics.
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ExternalitiesA cost or benefit that isn't reflected in the price paid for a good or service.
Economic TheoriesA list of economic theories that are particularly useful for business.
The tendency for people at high risk to buy insurance.
A list of economic positions or capabilities that allow you to outperform in a particular industry.
Knowledge WorkA definition of knowledge work with examples.
ProductionA definition of production with examples.
An overview of post-scarcity.
Economic InfrastructureThe common types of economic infrastructure.
The common types of business competition.
InefficiencyThe common types of inefficiency.
An overview of supply with common examples.
Existential RiskAn overview of existential risk.
Precautionary PrincipleAn overview of the precautionary principle.
A definition of comparative risk with examples.
Energy EfficiencyThe common types of energy efficiency.
The definition of external stakeholder with examples.
The definition of win-lose with examples.
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