Chapter 5

The Socio-Economy

March 20, 2022

Economic Superphysics is concerned with the material well-being of society.

Unlike Neoclassical Economics which only focuses on money, revenue, and business, Economic Superphysics deals with both private wealth generation and public policy. This is in line with Classical Economics which was previously called the Political Economy.

As such, we divide this book into four parts, with each part representing a law of exchangeable value.

Theme Law 1 Law 2 Law 3 Law 4
Name Nominal Real (Effort Theory) Market Natural
Energy Manifestation Commodities and Stores of Value Fixed Capital Circulating Capital Taxes
Energy Origin Consumption Motive Force of Capital Tools of Trade GDP and Purchasing Power
Energy Movement Absolute Demand Effectie Demand Primary Arbitrage Secondary Arbitrage Types of Effort
Energy Institution Minimum Requirements Business Organizations Banking, Barter system Government Institutions (Resources Dept, Education)
Energy Model Demand Model Supply Model Demand-Supply Targetted Development
Energy Flow (Crisis?) Demand Inflation Deflation Core Competency 4 Revenues DCTI
Energy Index Grain Index Cost Curves Economic Table Ratios GDP
Energy Scope Rural Urban Regional Trade (ASEAN EU) UN
Energy Class Worker Warrior Thinker Trader
Philosophies Socialism Classical Economics Buddhist Economics Neoclassical Economics Communism Shariah Inca System