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Petersen, Uwe, 1932-
Unconventional consideration manners of the economic crisis III.
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (120 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Contents; Introduction; A. The axiomatic and economic-ethical bases of our today's finance-capitalistic economic system and their relation to the sense of economy; I. Economy as an order enclosing the people; II. Economy as a remedial process escorted by God; III. The European economy as a synthesis of antique and Jewish/Christian understanding of economy; IV. The liberal capitalistic economic ethics; V. Maximisation of strategic and minimisation of economic-ethical behaviour in the Capital Market. VI. Economic-ethical necessity to overcome selfish economic behaviour in favour of an identification with the common welfareB. Necessary economic measures to overcome the global financial and economic crisis; I. The restriction and reduction of public indebtedness; 1. Improvement of public finances by depreciation of the public debts through inflation; 2. State bankruptcy or devaluation of the debts to stabilise the public finances; 3. Restriction of state expenses in order to decrease indebtedness and repay debts; 4. Increase of public revenues to stabilise the public finances. 4.1 Taxation of the economic activities to avoid further indebtedness4.1.1 Sales Tax rise to avoid further indebtedness; 4.1.2 Income Tax rise to avoid further indebtedness; 4.2 Taxation of existing stock values to avoid further indebtedness; 4.2.1 Death Taxes to avoid further indebtedness; 4.2.2 Property Tax to avoid further indebtedness; 4.2.3 Balancing circulating Government stocks with the national debts through property delivery; II. The removal of chronically active and passive imbalances of trade and services. 1. The change of the national economies by the technical progress and its influence on the foreign trade balances1.1 The impact of technical progress on the developing countries and their foreign trade balances and necessary economic measures for the development of the countries; 1.1.1 The deterioration of foreign trade balances of developing countries in trade with industrial countries, and necessary economic measures to develop the countries; 1.1.2 What can developing countries do to remove the chronically passive trade balances? 1.2 The turn of a chronically passive into a chronically active foreign tradebalance by a successful Mercantilist economic policy e.g. China, and the necessary measures to balance the trade balance1.3 The foreign trade balances of industrial countries by tendency becomingpassive in the course of the industrialisation of developing countries; 1.4 Countries such as Germany and Japan relatively resistant against deindustrialisation; 2. The change of the national economies by capital accumulation and capitaltransactions, and their impact on the foreign trade balances.|
|Other Titles:||Unkonventionelle Betrachtungsweisen zur Wirtschaftskrise III.|
- Financial crises.
- Economic policy.
- Financial institutions -- Government policy.
- Economic history -- 1990-
- Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economics -- Macroeconomics.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Economic Conditions.
- Crise financière.
- Crise économique.
- Politique économique.
- Science économique.