To promote human freedom and flourishing more effectively, we must better understand the nature and benefits of polycentric systemssocial environments with multiple and overlapping chains of commandsuch as a market economy replete with private companies and autonomous consumers. The Independent Reviews Fall 2020 symposium examines how polycentricism applies in education, macroeconomic stability, political consent, the provision of defense, and self-governance in the worlds most innovative communities.
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