Chapter Listing

 

1       Why the Human Theory of Everything?

2       Where Did the Economy Come From?

3       The Importance of How the Economy Came to Be

4       Why I Wrote the Book

5       The Mysterious Power of “They”

6       Hard Work is Over Rated

7       What Does the Market Reward?

8       Bell Curves

9       How Bell Curves Fit in to the Human Theory of Everything

10       Mind to Market

11       The Presence of Forces and its Influence on Equilibrium in Economic Models

12       Translating Economic Transactions to Motivating Forces

13       Economic Intransigence

14       The Mathematics Behind Human Thinking

14.1       Negatives and Positives

14.2       Quantity

14.3       Pain and Pleasure

14.4       Probability

14.5       Impact

14.6       Intermediate Step – Putting Negative, Positive, Quantity, Pleasure, Pain, Probability & Impact Together

14.7       Control

14.8       Actual Safety

14.9       Putting it all Together

15       Economic Zero

16       Categorizing the System

16.1       Controllable

16.2       Plannable – The Positive Side

16.3       Preventable – The Negative Side

16.4       Unpredictable – The Negative Side

16.5       Unpredictable – The Positive Side

16.6       Market Creation – The Positive Side

16.7       Market Destruction – The Negative Side

17       Percentages in Each Category

18       Maximum Gain

19       The Model – From a Micro to Macro Scale

20       Mathematically Predictable Obsolescence

21       Effecting Change

22       The Problem With Economics

23       My Vision

24       Appendix – Methods

25       Table of Diagrams

26       Bibliography

27       Author

No Comments

Be the first to start the conversation.

Leave a Reply

*

Text formatting is available via select HTML.

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>