"I’ve been reading a lot about robots lately. When I read about robots,
and the future, I can’t help but think about it in economic terms. And
that inevitably turns my mind to the branch of economics called post
scarcity economics. Traditional economics, of course, deals with the
efficient allocation of inherently scarce materials. Post scarcity
economics deals with the economics of economies that are no longer
constrained by scarcity of materials — food, energy, shelter, etc."
Another interesting article on post-scarcity economics.
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*** Xanni ***
Chief Scientist, Xanadu
Partner, Glass Wings
Manager, Serious Cybernetics