Economics has been known to be difficult, but really this field of study takes a little more effort to understand. Once, we take the time to learn the “business lingo” we are able to apply rudimentary math skills and philosophies to economics to have a better understanding of how it all works. Here at Philopsychonomics, our perspective of economics is different. First, we look at the most valuable resources, these resources aren’t necessarily currencies and products. With Philopsychonomics, we are the products, we are the supply and the demand. And we work to explore, learn and understand the best ways to allocate our resources. We will get into this stuff as we develop this website and field of study.
We will show you how the Micro and Macro Economics impact our lives. We will get into Statistics and how Econometrics can help us develop sustainable solutions. We will talk about the environment and our individual efforts to nurture nature. We will get into the differences between International Economics (this might get into some political topics). Also, not to limit the topics of discussion we will look at how our position in life impacts our Philopsychonomics.