Click on page icon to navigate Developing Economic Vision Instructional Getting Started Introduction What is an Economy? Production Consumption Allocation Valuations Answers to Sequence 1 More on Values and Economics Existing Economic Models Judging Economic Types Ownership Options Production Relations Options Allocation Options Answers to Sequence 2 Production Values Equity Solidarity Diversity Participatory Selfmanagement Efficiency Answers for Sequence 3 Income Information Understanding Allocation Answers to Sequence 4 Values Answers to Sequence 5 Summary of First Half of Economic Vision Instructional Production Institutions Decisions Councils and Job Complexes Answers to Sequence 6 Consumption Institutions Answers to Sequence 7 Allocation Institutions Introduction Participatory Information and Communication First Communicative Tool: Prices Second Communicative Tool: Measures of Work Third Communicative Tool: Qualitative Activity Allocation Organization Participatory Planning A Typical Planning ProcessTitle 77 Evaluating Parecon Conclusion and Questions Answers to Sequence 8 Title 81 Why Participatory Planning? Unaddressed Market Liabilities ParEcon Unfree? ParEcon: Insufficient Incentives? ParEcon: Cybernetic Overload? ParEcon: Homo Economus Not Homo Socialis? ParEcon: AntiInternationalist? Final Throughts and some Print References Socialism As It Was Always Meant To Be Participatory Economics Interview Bellamy and Parecon Defending Parecon Parecon Strategy Reply to a Critic Buying Dreams Revolutions in the East Cuba Si? Many Q/A about Parecon More Q/A about Parecon