Timesizing, Not Downsizing

Timesizing Not Downsizing Fearing we are reliving the s and will soon enter another great depression this book focuses on a forgotten economic theory of the early s This worktime economics was so simple and powerful tha
  • Title: Timesizing, Not Downsizing
  • Author: Philip Hyde
  • ISBN: 9780966801309
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • Timesizing, Not Downsizing
    Fearing we are reliving the 1920s and will soon enter another great depression, this book focuses on a forgotten economic theory of the early 30s This worktime economics was so simple and powerful that the whole eclectic New Deal had no integrating theme but to stop it at any cost But despite its profusion of bandaids, it took the War to give the New Deal the appearanFearing we are reliving the 1920s and will soon enter another great depression, this book focuses on a forgotten economic theory of the early 30s This worktime economics was so simple and powerful that the whole eclectic New Deal had no integrating theme but to stop it at any cost But despite its profusion of bandaids, it took the War to give the New Deal the appearance of success After one chapter of diagnosis and scene setting, nine chapters develop worktime economics into the powerful tool that its great prophet, engineer Arthur Dahlberg, came so close to crafting 66 years ago It conveys the triumphal challenge, We re so close let s get it right this time The general approach prioritizes technology as the supreme factor of our time and poses the question, With all these robots and computers, why aren t we ALL living in heaven The answer seems to be that we are getting something, very basic, wrong We are taking the work savings of technology as anxious underemployment instead of as financially secure free time We are falling into Chesterton s pan utopian trap by failing to define maximum share, even of work And if we can t define a maximum share of work, we ll never define a maximum share of money And if we can t stop moving toward a condition where 1% of the population owns 99% of the wealth except by war we will continue to evoke internal bulging prisons and external possibly nuclear war This book proposes defining maximum share in the easiest area, employment or worktime It proposes defining it in the least arbitrary and controversial way by reference to our rising technology levels as manifested in our unemployment, welfare, disability, homelessness and prison rates It proposes to introduce a flexible solution in a private sector and then a public sector stage And the public sector stage has five phases that can be applied equally well to balancing personal income and debt in the distant future when the heightening of public sensitivities and expectations demand further improvement The phases lay down a basic pattern of share definition in the work area that can later be applied in the money area The three middle phases of actual share definition timesizing are protected from leakage by a first phase that takes charge of internal risks such as conceptual and interest rate errors, and a last phase to handle external risks such as floods of imports or longer term, over population due to high immigration or birth rates People are always promoting education in hopes that someone will come up with a comprehensive solution to the nation s woes This is one such solution that we nearly had 65 years ago when a 30 hour workweek bill passed the U.S Senate but was blocked in the House.
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