The Fourth Division—Finance

  • Trevor BrownEmail author
Part of the SpringerBriefs in Political Science book series (BRIEFSPOLITICAL, volume 30)


The company’s financial resources would be beyond massive. The profits from energy sales alone could exceed $5 trillion. When factoring in all of the profits generated by the emerging space economy, as well as technology sales in the terrestrial economy, the company’s bottom line would explode. It is impossible to calculate how big would be the profits from economic activities in a future space civilization, or from all the activities conducted to create a space age terrestrial civilization. However, it is highly likely that as the decades pass and space civilization comes into being, the value of the entire organization could eventually exceed a quadrillion dollars. Needless to say, the company would need a vehicle to manage its tremendous financial resources. Therefore, the company would create a fourth division that would be constituted to invest its considerable resources in the capital markets and provide consumer financing for the sale of all the space technology spilling over across the globe.


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  1. 1.Lake GenevaUSA

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