Three Pillars Model

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The Three Pillars Model is an economic system and an ideology developed by the Micronational Association for Finance and Economics (MAFE) and endorsed by some of its members, including the incumbent Chairman Mark S. Kavanah. The ideology supports the creation of small supply-and-demand community economies within indivdiual micronations and an intermicronational financial market caused by a desire for money to spend in these economies, and a separate intermicronational trading economy caused by interaction between indivdiual micronations' economies. Developed under the Chairmanship of Mark S. Kavanah, the model is considered to be economically Glastieven.