The Benefits of the New Economy: Resolving the Global Economic Crisis Through Mutual Guarantee
by Guy Isaac, Joseph Levy, Alexander Ognits
Publisher: ARI Publishers 2012
Number of pages: 220
The aim of The Benefits of the New Economy is to point out the causes of today's economic turmoil and how it can be solved. The road toward solution lies not in any remedy from the past. Rather, it lies with a society where all support each other in mutual guarantee. This creates a social environment of care and consideration, and the understanding that we will rise or fall together, because we are all interdependent.
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