A New Economy

A New Economy

September 2012

It is well known nowadays how the economic crisis affects every area of the human activities. This argument asks for an immediate policy action in order to solve the evident imbalances arisen in the society.
As it was mentioned by the Marxist filosophy of the 19s century, the economist mechanisms determine the whole social organization because every form of relationship among humans is based on the people's agreement, on the exchange of material goods. Consequently the insurance for the well being of every body might be guaranteed if the economical developement is analysed in its components.
I personally believe that the current processes in economy suffer with many drawbacks, whilst benefits involve particularly specific spheres, such as powerful companies, within the social ladder. If it is possible to legitimate a hierarchical system from the structure of every civilization in the human history, at the same time it should be recognized the loss of the strict social boundaries. In such outlook, two questions rise:
1. Should the rules of past be resumed?
2. Might a new economic mechanism replace that too old and decadent, inherited from the past?

Several events of the contemporary reality, from the natural catastrophes to the identity crisis of the individual, due to the unavoidable Globalisation, destabilize the consumerism's processes. Many natural resources are wasted to keep on the production of material goods whilst fewer and fewer people have the possibility to buy and to maintain this economic circle. In the meantime wealth is going to concentrate in confined parts of the world. The free market become subject to hypothetical forecasts because the work in the present is unstable itself. For instance shareholders rely often on trends which do not correspond to purchases. In this way they aim to influence the public choises and to manage the direction of the sales.

Although the large semplification of a puzzled economic system, I personally believe in a slow but definite change, in order to focus on the anyone's welfare.
New strategies might grow up from the study of the specific situation of every Country. Supposing the movement of the money to regulate the work developement,  the concentration of the wealth should be avoided because, like in the terrestrial ecosystem, the whole organization works when every part contributes to the evolution process. Planning a different distribution of the wealth means proper cooperation in the autonomy and particularity of every culture and nation. This course would require the fall of the current ideologies and the assignment of purchaising power of the money for the use instead of the exchange. A society built on their material needs may be also accomplished in the spiritual goals of every citizen.


Francesco Ciccarelli