New economic models to further our understanding of purposeful human action.
Economic modeling using the subjectivist methodology has never reached this degree of functionality, yet since humans are subjective this is a necessary requirement for the advancement of science. New insights gained from this exciting new perspective bring to vibrant life macroeconomics and microeconomics, and makes the interdependence of ethics and economics obvious and workable. Extending even further, and beyond what has ever been done with equilibrium analysis, these models lay the foundation for the very important study of economic justice.
Divine economy theory is an extension of classical liberalism into the present and into the future. Read more about it here.
The divine economy theory rests upon four core books (see below) covering macroeconomics, microeconomics, ethical economics and economic justice.