Prof. Gunnar Heinsohn is one of the greatest, most knowledgeable and creative scientific thinkers. Together with his colleague Professor Otto Steiger, who passed away in 2008, Professor Gunnar Heinsohn created a radical new and revolutionary economic theory based on the mortgageability of private property, which he refers to as property economics. It represents what is to date the only theory to explain economic activity in the actual sense of the word. It provides an entirely different take on the debt crisis, its causes and the driving forces behind it, compared to mainstream economic theory. In selected Malik Letters, Prof. Heinsohn and Prof. Steiger highlight ways out of the crisis, the solution being their economic theory in combination with Malik Management systems and tools. Professor Heinsohn is the author of more than 900 publications, co-editor of the magazine Zeitensprünge and also writes for major international newspapers.