Microeconomics sees only wealth, self-interest, and the market, resulting in extreme inequality, low economic performance, and inefficiency. Metaeconomics means to "transcend, transform" and otherwise go beyond just the self-interest of Microeconomics. Metaeconomics builds on Adam Smith, who saw the need to balance the wealth&sentiments, ego&empathy-based ethics, self&other(shared, internalized)-interest, market&government. Each was deemed essential to the other. In order to maximize the own-interest, as Adam Smith made clear, it was essential to balance the joint, nonseparable, absolutely interdependent self&other-interest. New book is now available: Metaeconomics: Tempering Excessive Greed.(Google It; Try It; You might like it!).