The second volume of Growth, Employment, Inequality, and the Environment continues dealing with the fundamental economic problems of our time: employment, inequality, the environment, and quality of life. This volume takes on the long-term effects of growth and analyzes the policy aspect of these effects. Figueroa achieves his goal by addressing two significant problems. First, to solve the epistemological challenges of building unity of knowledge, he presents a unified theory of capitalism. Second, he considers the epistemological problem of the role of theory in scientific knowledge. This book therefore deals with a consistent theoretical system. That having been said, these theories-which contain logically correct propositions-may turn out to be empirically false. In order to avoid this error, some rules of scientific knowledge are needed. Growth, Employment, Inequality, and the Environment presents a method that contains such rules.