Much suggests that the transition to a post-industrial economy has begun. However, not all running processes are successful. Post-industrial transition is no exception. It may or may not take place. Given the fact that there are people and groups of people to whom it is not beneficial, many obstacles are created on their part aimed at disrupting it.
There is an opinion that several times there were breakdowns, which means that now the breakdown is quite likely. And the decisive role in disrupting the transition can be played not even by its opponents, but by those who are interested in it and who implements it. Continue reading
Today, money is issued under the volume of goods or other values that circulate in the economy. If you throw more money than there are goods, you get inflation. But man does not need goods, but the possibility of fulfilling desires. A product is simply a way to fulfill a desire. Each desire generates a certain amount of motivation or in other words energy.
Accordingly, there should be as much money in the economy as there are desires, not goods, then there will be equilibrium. Previously, this was impossible, because under all desires there was not enough goods. Now you can produce as many products as you like, production facilities and technologies allow you to do this. Continue reading
About 200 years ago, industry was a new generation of business that generated fabulous incomes. Now this is far from the case. Take any product, starting from nails, ending with a car. None of these goods, if they are sold as just industrial goods, brings such a profit that it is possible to put together wealth.
Previously, when industrial goods were in great short supply, when industry was a new generation of business, you could become rich as a result of the opening of a factory or factory. But now the situation has changed, now very often purely industrial enterprises have to work either on the verge of zero profitability, or even barely make ends meet even without it. Continue reading