Pathways to continuous, equitable improvement.See case studies
P-SAGE offers select groups a customized 10-session virtual program where ProSocial Spirituality facilitators introduce cultural design principles, interspiritual elements, and other tools that make positive change attainable.
There are many sectors of the economy where for-benefit corporations are a better structure than either for-profit corporations and not-for-profit corporations as currently structured.
The failure of laissez-faire and centralized planning, revealing the need for the Third Way of entrepreneurship and all other forms of positive social change, should exist at all scales of governance.
Positive systemic change must be the target of selection. Alternative social practices must be oriented toward the target of selection.
Climate change, collapsing ecosystems, savage wealth inequality, tech monopolies, and the growing precarity of livelihoods are challenging some foundational assumptions of standard economics.
Economics provides an outstanding example of the “you can’t get there from here” principle in academic cultural evolution.
Despite exciting synergies between evolution and economics, the disciplines interact less than they should. How can students blend these two fields?