The 2008–2009 global recession and its aftermath have called into question the very viability of capitalism. So says economic strategist Zac Tate in this succinct, diagnostic essay intended for the savvy reader as well as the policy expert. He argues that the economic fruits of technology and globalization go to those with capital to invest, leaving those without assets to pay the price for these changes. While always politically neutral, getAbstract recommends this thought-provoking article for its alternative perspective on a highly topical issue.
About the Author
Zac Tate is an economic strategist at the Hottinger Group.
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12 months agoThe tired argument that governments are better at managing capital than the free market. Noneconomic factors rarely increase economic growth or consumer well-being, but subsidize special political interests. Nevertheless, the growing "useless class" of under-skilled workers is a real problem.
1 year agoYes indeed , the social Justice is needed to decrees the gap between poor and wealthy people , other words these gaps are horrible .
The global Jinni coefficient must be change moderately .
1 year agoVery good