AN ECONOMICS OF CIRCULATION? a human body is healthy when blood freely circulates around it, and?

...doesnt accumulate in an over abundance or clot in certain areas that block or restrict the flow.

it seems that the current economic system [and the corrupt law that upholds it],has perniciously evolved to have massive clots/accumulations all over "the body economic", with a restricted minimal flow in many other areas.

will a healthy economics [in conjunction with law and politics] set in motion a perpetual recirculation mechanism, so "clots" are no longer allowed to occur and persist, but are contantly broken down and re-absorbed...and so...no longer impair the functioning of the whole body, that supports & sustains everyones (emotional as well as economic) well-being?

will the next positive leap, in economics, come from someone fusing economics with the insights to be gained from studying the circulatory system of the human body?

if you want people to behave ethically & have a benign influence on their fellow man, then surely the economic system itself must be benign.

Answer:
I think you've got a great metaphor there, and I agree with a lot of what you say. But metaphors are very common in economics and every other field and many scholars will find the perfect metaphor that exactly proves that their theory is correct over others. Metaphors have limits so be careful how literally you take them.

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