17 Jun '12, 9pm

New post: Trade Off: Financial system supply-chain cross contagion - a study in global systemic collapse

This new study explores the implications of a major financial crisis for the supply-chains that feed us, keep production running and maintain our critical infrastructure. I use a scenario involving the collapse of the Eurozone to show that increasing socio-economic complexity could rapidly spread irretrievable supply-chain failure across the world. Download the paper (PDF document, 3.4 MB) Featured image: Torn paper. Author: Billy Alexander. Source: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1369352 Related posts: Asian perspective on fixing the global financial crisis On the cusp of collapse: complexity, energy, and the globalised economy Energy & Food Constraints will Collapse Global Economic Recovery Tipping Point: Near-Term Systemic Implications of a Peak in Global Oil Production – An Outline Review Individual Emissions Entitlements & Cap and Trade in California

Full article: http://www.feasta.org/2012/06/17/trade-off-financial-syst...

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