The Locus Model
The Locus Model is a new theoretical framework for understanding economic activity.
By organizing and ordering the components of an economy according to their functional roles, the Locus Model enables a deeper understanding of the moving parts of the global economy.
Locus defines an economic system as any system that produces a product, whether it be a worker, a company, or an industry. Locus has studied the components common to all economic systems, identifying an essential set of parts that exists in all economic systems. By identifying and cataloging patterns, Locus has developed a model of the activities and resources that exist in all economic systems, as well as the relations that exist between multiple systems. This model is used to analyze the composition of industries and companies.
Like all systems models, the Locus Model enables a more unified understanding of the economy’s processes and relations.
The Locus Charitable Institute, Locus’s 501(c)(3) arm, develops educational materials and administers workshops for students in New York City and entrepreneurs in developing economies to help users unlock the full utility of the Locus Model, empowering them to take ownership of their economic futures.
In addition to providing a useful blueprint for better understanding our economy as a system, the Locus Model is used as the basis for a new coordinate-based classification system that associates economic entities with their functional locations.