People-centered economy

The market forces in a people-centered economy aim to maximize the value of people (while the market forces in a task-centered economy merely aim to minimize the cost of tasks, i.e. maximize cost efficiency).

Sources:

  1. Humane Economics and The Mathematics of Martin Buber’s “I and Thou”David Nordfors, i4j.info, July 2015
  2. “We Should Want Robots to Take Some Jobs” Liviu Nedelescu, Harvard Business Review, June 2015
  3. “The Untapped $140 Trillion Innovation for Jobs Market” by David Nordfors, TechCrunch Feb 2015

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