The sad thing is, the more 'rich' null sec alliances agree with this concept, the poorer ones hate the rich ones and don't want to believe that we'd consider this as a positive way of life for null sec.
When dominion was first released, before incursions, before the anom nerf and before so much was focused around truesec. Null sec was at it's prime. You couldn't to anywhere in null as it was so damn populated. Accounts were going up and it was a hayday in EVE.
The problem is, CCP most likely didn't account for the influx of faucets into the economy by providing enough sinks. Then they nuked PI and POS's off the market (another MASSIVE isk sink) so isk continued to get dumped into people's hands rater than money in > money out. This is the problem with the economy that people keep missing. Not the rich dudes with tech.
What needs to happen is a way for isk to flow into empire from null, then empire covets the majority of the isk sinks. One thing would/could be is additional taxes on market orders in high sec.
Meh... too many ideas, none will be implemented.