If elected, I will support:

  • Curbing corporate excesses by designating regulators who are paid salaries commensurate with senior positions in the private sector, but then are prevented from going to private industry afterward. Regulators should have their sights set on making the right decisions and policies for the American public, with no concern for their next position clouding their judgement. 
  • Altering the way we evaluate the economy, from the stock market and GDP to a more all-encompassing set of measurements that ensures human beings are flourishing, not just merely scraping by. Novel measurements such as Childhood Success Rates, Mental Health, Median Income and Standard of Living, Health-adjusted Life Expectancy, Social and Economic Mobility, Absence of Substance Abuse, and others will provide us with a better and more substantial sense of just how we’re doing, both individually and as a society.
  • Driving individuals as well as organizations to discover fresh ways to raise the standards of living for individual people and families. To prompt development, our government should issue a new type of currency called the Digital Social Credit. This can be turned into dollars and utilized to reward people and organizations which propel notable social value. With this new currency, the American people would be able to calculate the amount of good they have achieved through various programs and actions. 

Human-Centered Capitalism allows us to reshape how we measure progress and value, helping us reconceive why we do what we do. The time has come to build an economy that actually makes our lives better and Human-Centered Capitalism will help us do just that.