Supply and Demand Upended
When supply becomes an ecological value and demand becomes a value of human need, the new dynamics of society as a living system begins.
Thinking about where and why we invest capital, and what it costs us, is one of the critical considerations in examining late stage capitalism. The sanctity of our concept of supply and demand is one of the sacred cows that may be worth upending.
This article by James Quilligan of the Systems Change Alliance takes an illuminating look at what’s missing in that dearly held equation and what it costs us here.