ll over the world the people have been cheated out of the service economy investing in people. Intrapreneurial economics 1 & case studies 1 can now confirm that it is quite possible for a company in a service sector to return 100 fold to investors but only if they honour a generation's lifetime service and connect this with society's greatest meeds from the sector. You will never get any such returns from boardrooms who have been sold the poke of shareholder valuation or who innocently believe that quarterly accounting numbers have any correlation with whether they are leading the company expoentialy up or down.
his crisis goes under the professional jargon of intangibles valuation but it is as simple as what structure flows of trust to keep resonating between people
how did the crisis start and get prolonged?
well the global accounting monopoly has always been based on a viciously inhuman rule- you can invest in machines never in people, people are cots, they are for cutting
inhuman as this assumption was, it reflected the fact that accounting standards were drawn up 90 or so years ago when the industrial age did mean that the main investment tended to be in machines, but this is absurd wherever a country's
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The article doesn't call for more subjectivity
It seems to me the "subjectivity" issue came from you responding to my points, not from talking about the article: "So your arguing that GDP too subjective? The examples you cite contribute some uncertainty,..." My point was not about "subjectivity" per se, but that GDP is based on value judgments, for example counting economic rent as productivity.
The article stresses the unaccounted se...ome accounts. As stressed ecosystems worldwide disappear, it will get easier and easier to assign a nonsubjective valuation to them; and value them we must if we are to keep them at all."
Any way you slice it, national accounting has to do with value judgments, so it's fundamentally unlike physical measurements. If we want a national indicator of value, we need to make clear what we value.
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