The British School of Economics

Executive Summary

  • The British School of Economics is an extractive type of economics that financialized the economy and is based upon economic domination.


The British School of Economics was one where the country practiced mercantilism and treated other countries as if they were colonies and actively tried to push them into this role. As for domestic policy, the objective is to push the vast majority of workers (the non-elite workers) into debt peonage. This can be considered a typical discussion between slavers and those that opposed slavery.

What is curious is that while America followed the American School of Economics, it started off with slaves.