Glastieven Model

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The Glastieven Model refers to the economic model developed by the Glastieven Department of Economics, Finance and Governmental Communications (and later the Economics Cabinet Committee). First founded by Mark S. Kavanah in 2017 and developed further by micronational economists including Robert Catcheside and -, the model was influenced by Henry Twain and the MEG's white collar micronationalism, the economic policies of Siar Fordell and Kit McCarthy, and the micropatrology movement led by Romanicus. The model is distinctive in dividing the micronational economy into four main sections (three pillars and a 'reliant sector'), for seeing the wider intermicronational economy as an interplay between multiple functioning economies rather than as a single economy in its own right, and for encouraging unique patterns of state intervention and non-intervention to create aspects of the economy like fiat currency and business, in a way inconsistent with macronational Capitalism or Socialism.

The Glastieven Model is the foundation of the Glastieven Economic Programme (GEP) and is an official philosophy of the Micronational Association for Finance and Economics (MAFE)