Who we are

We are a group of economists, historians, psychologists, mathematicians, sociologists, politicians, accountants, systems engineers, philosophers, artists, musicians and free thinkers who are convinced that the prevailing economic paradigm, i.e. neoclassical economics, albeit still widely spread, is insufficient to understand the current post-2008 crisis, which has many parallels to the 1930s.

Our individual inquisitiveness is joined here to develop a new political economic paradigm that is able to compete in consistency with neoclassical economics, yet is based not on an axiomatic frame of reference built on an envisioned “barter economy”, but on axioms taken from the real world of legal, accounting, business and political practice.