Western economic models designed to end poverty and usher in an era of peace and prosperity have placed the world on an increasingly unsustainable path. Efforts to stamp out underdevelopment have created many failed states and the rift between the first world, the emerging world and the third world grows by the day. The Anglo-Saxon model for development has proven to have many shortcomings especially after the onset of the 2008 financial crisis and its recessionary aftermath that has exposed the fallacy of an economy based on finance. A true economy, based on our framework is one that is closely beholden to human productive output. Here we examine the various levels of human and cultural development and offer economic plans the are congruent with the needs of every culture. We examine the failures of economic integration through the lenses of value systems and offer solutions that work. Through the emerging science of value-systems we will demonstrate how economic policies that are commensurate with the cultural value systems of a specific country are a far more accurate measure of sustainability than most current economic models offer. This is the New Frontier for sustainable economic development. A development paradigm based on the Memetic profiles of the culture. This is where Economics meets Memetics.