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Most governments aim for high rates of economic growth, believing that this will lead their countries to higher living standards. In pursuing monetary policy, the government is trying to influence aggregate demand by managing costs and the availability of loans. Consider the main arguments that confirm the benefits of economic growth, and the arguments that warn against it.
Most governments aim for high rates of economic growth, believing that this will lead their countries to higher living standards. In addition, governments seek national prestige. To achieve these goals, governments use monetary and fiscal policy instruments. Monetary policy is implemented by changing the amount of money in circulation. Continue reading
“Starting and running a business requires a lot of energy. This is very risky, ”says Rani Langer-Croager, co-founder of Uptima Business Bootcamp.
There is nothing shameful that you prefer to work for hire, because some people do not have an entrepreneurial spirit. And although, according to Langer-Kroager, you can develop entrepreneurial qualities in yourself, but business is something that “you cannot help but do.”
Langer-Kroager identified eight signs, from a willingness to take risks to an approach to personal finances, which suggests that you are probably better off staying in your current job – at least for now.
1. You are not very willing to take risks Continue reading
How the instability and fluidity of the world can make you invulnerable.
“The world is changing,” I muse, starting to write this article. The world is changing, or rather, has already changed. Even about 10 years ago, interest in traditional Chinese culture was the destiny of only specialist synologists, lovers of oriental exoticism and rare people who devoted their whole life to China. And now … Nowadays, the amazing imagination (if you, reader, you have it) of economic growth and the rapidly growing political influence of the Celestial Empire have turned interest in Chinese culture from a bizarre passion into a practically necessary component of any economic, political and business strategy.
They write about China. They say about China. They argue about China. Cultural scientists, political scientists, futurologists, businessmen and journalists. And all these conversations, conversations, discussions have a common denominator: Chinese culture is extremely valuable for modern civilization, which has found itself in the world of VUCA. This is an unstable world, a turbulent world, and, most importantly, a world that will never be the same. In other words, it is better to say goodbye to stability and predictability. Forever and ever. Continue reading