A system theory for a cross linked global civilization.

„ecolomy“ or „ecolomism“ is an approach for a system theory for a sustainable globale market economy for the cross-linked society. In principle it follows the Global Contract school of thought and, the idea of an eco-social market economy. But ecolomy assumes, that under the direct or indirect leadership of countries no effective measures for sustainability will happen, because governments are subject to growth targets themselves and they are only territorially legitimated und globally not really capacitated to act. Inadequate measures to preserve and secure the environmental and financial systems are the result.If this would have needed a last prove then it’s “Kopenhagen-prooved” now (Climate Conference, December 2009).

Companies and people have a natural interest in stable and predictable market conditions. In contrast to nations, they are authentic global instances since they act on global markets. If a number of companies and people come to believe that the macro economic model failed to globalization, they could begin to create parallel meta economic spaces that provide systemic conditions for a sustainable global economic community. 

In ecolomy these are:

global implementability by separation of economics and politics and connection of countries with standard interfaces. 

relativization of profit maximization with a voluntarily sustainability quote, which gives companies scope to increase sustainability throughout their value creation chains. 

relativization of benefit maximization with individual price formation, for example in relation to attributable CO2 emissions.