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Living in the United States has put me in a great position of perspective. This is why I had to leave my country of origin, beautiful Transylvania behind, and my parents. And this was excruciatingly painful for us, and for my own community in Romania. So I decided I keep my country, and my new adoptive country to a higher standard, and ask more accountability from Despots in power.Ironically Trump turned out to be a despot, a nazi style president himself.Socialism, communism, fascism and Nazism are all but dead now. They have failed miserably. But they have been replaced by what is merely another more watered-down form of collectivism that may be called "interventionism". Indeed, interventionism is the predominant economic system in the world today.Contrary to the doctrine of laissez-faire capitalism, in the real world there are prolonged periods when market forces cannot self-correct in time to best serve the common good. Resulting social instability can only be corrected by government action.The crisis of statism, the rise of ultra-Liberalism which opposes all intervention in the “free market” (as suggested in the Ebeling quote above), and the recent development of what I call Decentralized-Liberalism (as suggested in the Soros quote above) provide the context for this audiobook in which civic society proposes intervention in the market to ease the blows of globalization.The double recession we are crossing through, in 2008, and now in 2012, the “double-dip” recession requires new thinking and favors George Soros’ common good interventionist state theory is winning hearts all over the globe.Although since the process of rapid globalization begun (since the 1980s with Reagan and Thatcher) has been widely studied and the new role of civil society has crucial importance. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Koen Phoenix. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/152760/bk_acx0_152760_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Wealth Power and the Crisis of Laissez Faire Capitalism ab 74.99 EURO 1st ed. 2011
Wealth Power and the Crisis of Laissez Faire Capitalism ab 74.99 EURO
A financial service organization implemented the Consolidation Project to offset declines in the economy and operational revenue. This exploratory study examined the relationships between transformational, transactional, and laissez-faire leadership styles of departmental leaders and their subordinates' perceived extra effort, leadership effectiveness, satisfaction of leadership, and perception of change in a crisis situation. The Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (Form 5X-Short) survey (Bass & Avolio, 2004), perception of change questions, the full range leadership model (Antonakis, Avolio, & Sivasubramaniam, 2003), and comparative analysis were used to analyze these relationships. The results of this research supported previous studies in that the participating leaders possessed the transformational leadership behaviors required to obtain employee buy-in and sustain the successful implementation of the Consolidation Project. This research through comparative analysis demonstrated the link between transformational leadership style and employee perception in sustaining organizational change success and preventing crisis reoccurrence.
1929 is a year that most of our grandparents or great-grandparents can still recall quite clearly, as it was a year when one of the most noteworthy events occurred in the history of the United States and which affected several other nations on the globe. It was the year the Great Depression began. This disastrous event in our history happened at a time when businesses operated under a laissez-faire regime and markets were independent of government intervention. The inequality of income and wealth increased, and barely any adjustment by the Federal Reserve was made regarding the money supply. Certainly these factors are among the leading causes of the Great Depression. Causes such as false prosperity, the stock market crash, the banking crisis, unemployment and the trade collapse are imperative for understanding such a historical event. False prosperity prior to the Great Depression referred to a false sense of the economy booming.
Economists are blind to reality which is evident from the recent financial crisis. The superstructures of economics are based on scarcity of resources, pursuit of self-interest, and the policy of Laissez-Faire. Ground reality exhibits that in the earth there are enough resources for everyone needs but not enough resources for everyone greed. Similarly self interest makes individual indifferent to collectiveness and behave like animals. Multilateral institutions like the World Bank and IMF (Washington Consensus) made Laissez-Faire the third important pillar of Capitalism via free trade, freedom of capital movements and unrestricted access by multinational firms to markets around the globe as the policy prescription for the exploitation of developing countries. In research the professional job of economist were either to create new models or extend the existing one which was unsuccessful until today for giving a single solid discovery. Ground reality exhibits that the science of economics can claim neither scientific laws nor universal truths. It is a well known fact that the laws of economics are based on discredited "Fairy Tales".
" With laissez-faire and price atomic / Ecology's Uneconomic / but with another kind of logic / Economy's Unecologic. " by Kenneth E. Boulding. Crisis, from ancient Greek "Krisis", decision, choice, or, in the younger and newer meaning, any event that is an unstable and dangerous situation, is our actual situation. In the last twenty years all over the world, people, politicians, economist and governments have understood that our world is collapsing. The last two centuries of industrialization and of exploitation of all useful resources have brought us to a situation in which it is not possible to continue with the same lifestyle, with the same principles which lead economy for years. Off course, the control of GHG emissions is not enough if there are not efficient and ecologic way to produce energy and electricity. Here the Krisis, from the ancient greek meaning: decision. There are many possible routes to "save our planet". In any case if, all us, we start to think with an ecologic-minded and we stop us to exploit and waste each possible resource, our world and next generation will thank us.