Future Economies | Futurenomics

Futurenomics | Future Economics  Theory

There are a few thought leaders in the space currently who have defined theories for Future Economics or Futurenomics.  Our concepts of Future Economics or Future Ecosystems varies slightly from some of the others of Futurenomics although still generally falling under the same family of principles.

Theory of Future Ecosystems

The exploration of growth identifying trends consisting of but not limited to: Monetary Policy | Future Economies | Community Development & Real Estate | Clean Energy & Future Technology | Humanitarianism | Anthropology | Religion | Education | Quantum Physics | Finance | Media | Transhumanism | Health & Fitness | Mathematics | Geography & Travel | Biology  and other relevant topics: These schools are to be viewed as constructs of Innovation, Sustainability & Evolution.  Moreover, with learning of past, present, and future economic and ecosystem theories, we can continually refine development and sustainability methods creating more holistic ecosystems of the future.


With the aforementioned in mind, Futurenomics is the study of various schools of thoughts with the growth mindset(1) intention to integrate the elements needed to increase the probability and rate of sustainability and evolution overtime.  This school of thought is one thought of to be an anti-fragile(2) model.  Over time, Futernomics will evolve as our understanding of the universe and factors that play significant roles continues to become more sophisticated.  There is one factor troubling within current institutions that is apparent, which is the obvious inability to integrate other relevant data and notable innovations within existing models.  With new scientific discoveries, new models are accepted rendering older models as obsolete; or vice versa, newer models are being thrown out because they fail to become accepted over existing models.   Instead of thinking in linear 2 dimensional constructs there lay a need for a new process of thinking that integrates a 3rd,  4th, 5th dimensions (and so on), created a more spherical or holistic understanding of data and how to utilize this to elevate existence.


One of the more sustainable methodologies is the scientific method, a process of observing data and analyzing to ultimately learn and develop new conclusions or prove a hypothesis. Although this method is still not perfect it can be almost considered anti-fragile or one of the closet examples we have.  More evident examples consists of the inevitable evolution of business theories, economic policies, social wellbeing and community development as these continue to strengthen as new information is provided.  We know it is like comparing apples to grapes and these general assumptions on schools of thought render a lot of discrepancies and dispute; however, as the facts of the past continue to evolve as the present becomes the past  (and the future becomes the present), these insights can give us certain clues about reality.  Moreover, The facts about reality are rapidly changing so the future which reveals the present can reveal abundant insights as well.  One fact that is consistent with the future, and the basis of Futurnomics, is that the future is undeniably unpredictable.  This one true merits the continual improvement of methodologies and more so the processes, similar to the scientific method, that makeup how we gather and interpret data.