Why is today's economy not the same as yesterday?

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Why is today's economy not the same as yesterday?




by mother » 08/01/22, 17:44

Hello I am a newcomer to this forum,

The countries do not all have the same economic models (BRICS, developed country, non-developed country) and here we can say that the economy of today is almost the same as that of yesterday. today is not the same as that of yesterday in developed countries because the virtual world has created free access as it is the case on TV and on the internet. The growth in demand is then the number of users on the internet and the cost of the internet is a basic set of costs, so the budget has less effect it is mainly time that counts on the internet. The internet which is designed primarily to save time including the telecoms and trading sectors dominates the market. From the 'privatization' of the Internet in the United States in the mid-1990s, the network of networks grew at an accelerated rate. In medical, which is predominantly public, which is sum very rare for a branch of trade which pays well and also in revolution with transhumanism, the consultatio ns online or people today more and more worried about their health Here is the European budget for medical devices: 40,8 billion euros in 2020, partly due to the impact of covid. are affected and concerned The market for goods and services, The labor market, The financial market, The money market, The currency market.

It is certainly too broad a question because there are sectors such as IT, medicine, industry, technologies, ecology, engineering, waste and it is all the same thanks to artificial intelligences in particular and the issues of tomorrow.
(I speak of economics but I do not study it at school but I like it I go a little on the echoes all that) : Cry: : roll: : Idea: : Frown:
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 08/01/22, 18:57

anaya wrote: the virtual world has created free access, as is the case on TV and on the internet.

Oh good ? Is that so. : Shock:
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by Ahmed » 08/01/22, 19:54

There is no question too broad ... 8)
We must not be hypnotized by the question of a relative free nature in the exchange of information: information and energy are correlated and facilitating the exchange of information is also not only to accelerate commercial exchanges, but also to create new sectors of activity (Cf. the metaverse of Mark Zuckerberg).
The main change in the economy is less visible and dates from the 80s, a period which saw the financial industry replace the classic industry, the latter having become powerless to create an amount of abstract value in relation to the immense pile of capital already accumulated. The current "ecological transition", more exactly economic transition, aims at the same time to destroy part of this mass of capital (by normative obsolescence, mainly) and to stimulate a substitute industry (renewable energy, electric vehicles, production of "green" hydrogen, etc.): it is therefore a question of acting on the two levers simultaneously to try to push back the systemic infarction.
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 08/01/22, 19:55

And your answer, is it free? : Wink:
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by Ahmed » 08/01/22, 19:59

... but she can pay! : Wink:
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 08/01/22, 20:22

Ahmed wrote:... but she can pay! : Wink:

Of mine?
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by Ahmed » 08/01/22, 20:51

No, refueling (with the Italian accent, per favore!).
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 08/01/22, 20:54

Shall I fill you up with all five? : Wink:
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by Ahmed » 08/01/22, 20:58

Stopped! :P You will end up scaring away Anaya... Instead, let off steam on Izy ou ABC...
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by izentrop » 08/01/22, 21:10

Complex question

Ahmed wrote:We must not be hypnotized by the question of a relative free nature in the exchange of information: information and energy are correlated and facilitating the exchange of information is also not only to accelerate commercial exchanges, but also to create new sectors of activity (Cf. the metaverse of Mark Zuckerberg).
The main change in the economy is less visible and dates from the 80s, a period which saw the financial industry replace the classic industry, the latter having become powerless to create an amount of abstract value in relation to the immense pile of capital already accumulated. The current "ecological transition", more exactly economic transition, aims at the same time to destroy part of this mass of capital (by normative obsolescence, mainly) and to stimulate a substitute industry (renewable energy, electric vehicles, production of "green" hydrogen, etc.): it is therefore a question of acting on the two levers simultaneously to try to push back the systemic infarction.
For once I have more or less understood what you are writing.
We can talk about the first oil shock of the time of Giscard in 1973, which I experienced and which cut the headlong rush a little. https://www.cairn.info/revue-internatio ... ge-139.htm and which made some aware of the limits of the planet ...
A little earlier, the Club of Rome produced a quickly forgotten report https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Club_de_Rome ...

Now we are swimming in the virtual. Free is a lure that allows you to continue to consume while hiding reality ...

... I'm skipping steps to get to:
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https://www.plansb.info/2022/01/04/2566/

This is not necessarily how it's going to happen, but the desired decrease, I find it hard to believe ...
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