The Ecological State

Authors

  • Erald Kolasi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-072-09-2021-02_2

Keywords:

Philosophy, Economic Theory, Ecology, Marxism, Political Economy

Abstract

Although natural constraints on supply are important, most economic scarcities that rule our lives are actually social and artificial. Supply and demand are not natural forces drifting through the air; they are contrived realities established by an interactive social environment involving governments, corporations, institutions, and classes. Supply and demand cycles are social constructs designed to answer a basic question: Who gets what?

Published

2021-02-01

Issue

Section

Articles