Alan Freeman, University of Manitoba (Winnipeg, Canada)


The paper examines the need of developing an international research program on creative work as a prerequisite for the new forms of social structure required for noonomy. The study has two goals – qualitative and quantitative. Qualitatively, it will make it possible to establish objective standards for defining creative labor and related forms of mental productive activity, and quantitatively, to obtain statistical data on the creative production resources of five or more key countries.

Keywords: state planning, cooperative organization of labor, creative production, creatosphere, crisis of capital, mental economy, mental objects, unproductive labor, noonomy, post-mechanical age, contradictions of public and private property, simulative benefits, creative labor, technological innovation.

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For citation: Freeman A. (2023). A World Creative Audit: a Research Proposal. Noonomy and Noosociety. Almanac of Scientific Works of the S.Y. Witte INID, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 19–46. DOI: 10.37930/2782-6465-2023-2-4-19-46