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Unknown Click to tweet. Solitude is a catalyst for innovation. This is where his flow-fund model of production comes into play see above. Georgescu-Roegen's point is that only material resources can be transformed into man-made capital. Energy resources, on the other hand, cannot be so transformed, as it is physically impossible to turn energy into matter, and matter is what man-made capital is made up of physically.
The only possible role to be performed by energy resources is to assist — usually as fuel or electricity — in the process of transforming material resources into man-made capital. In Georgescu-Roegen's own terminology, energy may have the form of either a stock factor mineral deposits in nature , or a flow factor resources transformed in the economy ; but never that of a fund factor man-made capital in the economy. Hence, substituting man-made capital for energy resources is physically impossible.
Furthermore, not all material resources are transformed into man-made capital; instead, some material resources are manufactured directly into consumer goods having only a limited durability. Finally, in the course of time, all man-made capital depreciates, wears out and needs replacement; but both old and new man-made capital is made out of material resources to begin with. All in all, the economic process is indeed a process with steadily increasing entropy, and the 'mechanical' notion of across the board substitutability prevalent in neoclassical economics is untenable, Georgescu-Roegen submits.
Contrary to the neoclassical position, Georgescu-Roegen argues that flow factors and fund factors that is, natural resources and man-made capital are essentially complementary , since both are needed in the economic process in order to have a working economy. Georgescu-Roegen's conclusion, then, is that the allocation of exhaustible mineral resources between present and future generations is a large problem that cannot, and should not, be relaxed or ignored: "There seems to be no way to do away with the dictatorship of the present over the future, although we may aim at making it as bearable as possible. This number of generations is likely to remain unknown to us, as there is no way — or only little way — of knowing in advance if or when mankind will ultimately face extinction.
In effect, any conceivable intertemporal allocation of the stock will inevitably end up with universal economic decline at some future point. The position of Georgescu-Roegen, including his criticism of neoclassical economics, was later termed 'strong sustainability' by Kerry Turner. Quite the opposite. Georgescu-Roegen flatly dismissed any notion of sustainable development as only so much ' snake oil ' intended to deceive the general public. In the s, Daly developed the concept of a steady-state economy , by which he understands an economy made up of a constant stock of physical wealth man-made capital and a constant stock of people population , both stocks to be maintained by a minimal flow of natural resources or 'throughput', as he terms it.
Daly argues that this steady-state economy is both necessary and desirable in order to keep human environmental impact within biophysical limits however defined , and to create more allocational fairness between present and future generations with regard to mineral resource use. Georgescu-Roegen argues that Daly's steady-state economy will provide no ecological salvation for mankind, especially not in the longer run. Due to the geologic fact that mineral ores are deposited and concentrated very unevenly in the crust of the earth , prospecting for and extraction of mineral resources will sooner or later be faced with the principle of diminishing returns , whereby extraction activities are pushed to still less accessible sites and still lower grades of ores.
In the course of time, then, extraction costs and market prices of the incremental amount of resources will tend to increase. Eventually, all minerals will be exhausted, but the economic exhaustion will manifest itself long before the physical exhaustion provides the ultimate backstop for further activity: There will still be deposits of resources left in the crust, but the geologic concentration of these deposits will remain below the critical cutoff grade ; hence, continued extraction will no longer pay off, and the market for these resources will then collapse.
This long-term dynamics will work itself through any economic sub- system, regardless of the system's geographical location, its size and its state of development whether a progressive, a steady or a declining state. In effect, the arguments advanced by Daly in support of his steady-state economy apply with even greater force in support of a declining-state economy , Georgescu-Roegen points out: When the overall purpose is to ration and stretch mineral resource use for as long time into the future as possible, zero economic growth is more desirable than growth is, true; but negative growth is better still!
In this context, Georgescu-Roegen also criticises Daly for not specifying at what levels man-made capital and human population are to be kept constant in the steady-state. Instead of Daly's steady-state economics, Georgescu-Roegen proposed his own so-called ' minimal bioeconomic program ', featuring quantitative restrictions even more severe than those propounded by Daly. Herman Daly on his part has readily accepted his teacher's judgement on this subject matter: In order to compensate for the principle of diminishing returns in mineral resource extraction, an ever greater share of capital and labour in the economy will gradually have to be transferred to the mining sector, thereby skewing the initial structure of any steady-state system.
Even more important is it that the steady-state economy will serve only to postpone, and not to prevent, the inevitable mineral resource exhaustion anyway. In the same turn, Daly confirms Georgescu-Roegen's general argument that earth's carrying capacity is decreasing as mankind is extracting the finite mineral stock. Likewise, several other economists in the field besides Georgescu-Roegen and Daly have agreed that a steady-state economy does not by itself constitute a long-term solution to the 'entropy problem' facing mankind. In his technology assessments, Georgescu-Roegen puts thermodynamic principles to use in a wider historical context, including the future of mankind.
According to Georgescu-Roegen's terminology, a technology is 'viable' only when it is able to return an energy surplus sufficiently large to maintain its own operation, plus some additional energy left over for other use. If this criterion is not met, the technology in question is only 'feasible' if workable at all , but not 'viable'. Both viable and feasible technologies depend on a steady flow of natural resources for their operation. Georgescu-Roegen argues that the first viable technology in the history of man was fire. By controlling fire , it was possible for man to burn a forest, or all forests.
It was also possible to cook food and to obtain warmth and protection. Inspired by the ancient Greek myth of Prometheus , the Titan who stole fire from the gods and gave it to man, Georgescu-Roegen terms fire 'the first Promethean recipe'. According to Georgescu-Roegen, a later important Promethean recipe technology of the same first kind was animal husbandry , feeding on grass and other biomass like fire does. Much later in the history of man, the steam engine came about as the crucial Promethean recipe of the second kind, feeding on coal. The invention of the steam engine made it possible to drain the groundwater flooding the mine shafts, and the mined coal could then be used as fuel for other steam engines in turn.
This technology propelled the Industrial Revolution in Britain in the second half of the 18th century, whereby man's economy has been thrust into a long, never-to-return overshoot-and-collapse trajectory with regard to the earth's mineral stock. Georgescu-Roegen lists the internal combustion engine and the nuclear fission reactor as other, later examples of Promethean recipes of the second kind, namely heat engines feeding on a mineral fuel oil and uranium plus thorium , respectively. By a Promethean recipe of the third kind, Georgescu-Roegen understands a solar collector returning a net energy output sufficiently large to supply all the energy input needed to manufacture an additional solar collector of the same kind, thereby constituting a full serial reproduction with regard to solar energy only.
The fact that solar collectors of various kinds had been in operation on a substantial scale for more than a century without providing a breakthrough in energy efficiency brought Georgescu-Roegen to the conclusion that no Promethean recipe was yet around in the world in his day. Only feasible recipes for solar collectors were available, functioning like what he labelled 'parasites' with regard to the terrestrial inputs of energy for their manufacture and operation — and like any other parasite, these recipes cannot survive their host the 'host' being the sources of the terrestrial inputs. Georgescu-Roegen believed that for a worldwide solar-powered economy to be truly energy self-supporting, a Promethean kind of solar collector had yet to be invented.
Georgescu-Roegen further points out that regardless of the efficiency of any particular kind of solar collector, the major drawback of solar power per se when compared to terrestrial fossil fuels and uranium plus thorium is the diffuse, low-intensity property of solar radiation. Hence, a lot of material equipment is needed as inputs at the surface of the earth to collect, concentrate and when convenient store or transform the radiation before it can be put to use on a larger industrial scale. This necessary material equipment adds to the 'parasitical' operation of solar power, Georgescu-Roegen maintains.
All of these technology assessments have to do with energy resources only, and not with material resources. Georgescu-Roegen stressed the point that even with the proliferation of solar collectors throughout the surface of the globe, or the advent of fusion power, or both, any industrial economy will still depend on a steady flow of material resources extracted from the crust of the earth, notably metals. He repeatedly argued his case that in the far future, it will be scarcity of terrestrial material resources , and not of energy resources, that will prove to impose the most binding constraint on man's economy on earth.
This fourth law states that complete recycling of matter is impossible. In addition, he introduced the term 'material entropy' to describe this physical degradation of material resources. Georgescu-Roegen himself was not confident about this tentative solution to the problem. He remained embarrassed that he had misinterpreted, and consequently, overstretched the proper application of the physical law that formed part of the title of his magnum opus. He conceded that he had entered into the science of thermodynamics as something of a bold novice. Dedicated to interdisciplinarity , he was worried that physicists would dismiss all of his work as amateurism on this count.
The predicament would trouble him for the rest of his life. Georgescu-Roegen found consolation in the belief that the concept of 'matter dissipation' used by a physicist of Planck's authoritative standing would decisively substantiate his own fourth law and his own concept of material entropy. Georgescu-Roegen's formulation of a fourth law of thermodynamics and the concept of material entropy soon generated some controversy, involving both physicists and ecological economists.
A full chapter on the economics of Georgescu-Roegen reviews this controversey and has approvingly been included in one elementary physics textbook on the historical development of thermodynamics , and the details Georgescu-Roegen's mistakes about the fourth law and material entropy are omitted there. Modelling a possible future economic system for mankind, Robert Ayres has countered Georgescu-Roegen's position on the impossibility of complete and perpetual recycling of material resources.
According to Ayres, it is possible to develop what he conceptualises as a 'spaceship economy' on earth on a stable and permanent basis, provided that a sufficient flow of energy is available to support it for example, by an ample supply of solar energy. In this spaceship economy, all waste materials will be temporarily discarded and stored in inactive reservoirs — or what he calls 'waste baskets' — before being recycled and returned to active use in the economic system at some later point in time.
It will not be necessary, or even possible, for materials recycling to form its own separate and continuous flow to be of use — only, the waste baskets in question have to be large enough to compensate for the rate and the efficiency of the recycling effort. In effect, complete and perpetual recycling of material resources will be possible in a future spaceship economy of this kind specified, thereby rendering obsolete Georgescu-Roegen's proposed fourth law of thermodynamics, Ayres submits. Each year since , the Georgescu-Roegen Prize has been awarded by the Southern Economic Association for the best academic article published in the Southern Economic Journal.
The awards were officially announced on Georgescu-Roegen's th birth anniversary. The awards have two categories: The award for 'unconventional thinking' is presented for scholarly work in academia, and the award for 'bioeconomic practice' is presented for initiatives in politics, business and grassroots organisations. Japanese ecological economist Kozo Mayumi , a student of Georgescu-Roegen in , was the first to receive the award in the 'unconventional thinking' category. Mayumi was awarded for his work on energy analysis and hierarchy theory. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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See also: Production function and Input—output model. See also: History of technology , Energy returned on energy invested , and Solar power. Romania portal Biography portal Business and economics portal Ecology portal Environment portal Physics portal Energy portal Technology portal. An account of the politics and semantics involved in the development is provided here. This third law had long since been firmly established in physics when Georgescu-Roegen realised his mistake about the second law entropy law.
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