Only a Ten Hour Week: Architecture for a Sustainable Society of Plenty

TitleOnly a Ten Hour Week: Architecture for a Sustainable Society of Plenty
Year for Search2017
AuthorsBerniker, Eli PhD
Date Published2017
Publisher[CreateSpace]
Place Published[North Charleston, SC]
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Extremely detailed non-fiction description of the basis for a eutopia with a ten-hour work week that produces plenty for everyone. Detailed analysis of waste in the current system that, once eliminated, would make the ten-hour week possible. Throughout to book, the author repeats that “We live in a world of plenty that must be experience as scarcity for the economy to function. Scarcity is unsustainable. Plenty is sustainable” (339). Includes a “Glossary” (342-50) and an Index (351-77). Under the author’s name, the cover adds “Practical Utopian.” 

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Under the author’s name, the cover adds “Practical Utopian.”

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Author Note

The author is Professor Emeritus of Management at Pacific Lutheran University.

Full Text

2017 Berniker, Eli, PhD. Only a Ten Hour Week: Architecture for a Sustainable Society of Plenty. [North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace]. PSt

Extremely detailed non-fiction description of the basis for a eutopia with a ten-hour work week that produces plenty for everyone. Detailed analysis of waste in the current system that, once eliminated, would make the ten-hour week possible. Throughout to book, the author repeats that “We live in a world of plenty that must be experience as scarcity for the economy to function. Scarcity is unsustainable. Plenty is sustainable” (339). Includes a “Glossary” (342-50) and an Index (351-77). Under the author’s name, the cover adds “Practical Utopian.” The author is Professor Emeritus of Management at Pacific Lutheran University.