It’s The Monetary and Financial Paradigm, Stupid!

KZ:  Add this to your thinking, Robert, on the American side of the Atlantic. “Yet the dramatic contrast between the CEO as superhero and the CEO as antihero has obscured the underlying links between these two types, which have appeared on the scene only in the last twenty-five years or so. Moreover, not even the profusion of corporate scandals since the beginning of the current decade has prompted the question why it is that managers run corporations.” (Khurana, Rakesh. From Higher Aims to Hired Hands) And, often run them badly, illegally, or both.

Me:  @Ken,

“Moreover, not even the profusion of corporate scandals since the beginning of the current decade has prompted the question why it is that managers run corporations. …”And, often run them badly, illegally, or both.”

Correct. And the answer to that question is, that despite the genuine and very helpful insights regarding management,….it still misses the mark because it does not identify the real problem, namely the necessity of a new monetary and financial paradigm. Hence it is only reform. Hence it leaves the most underlying problem unresolved. Hence the over 5000 year old monetary and financial paradigm continues to wreak havoc upon economic systems and human civilizations…as we see looming up before us NOW.

If this forum REALLY wanted to live up to its moniker of “New World” it would be focusing ONLY on deciphering a new monetary, financial and hence also economic paradigm.

“It’s the monetary and financial paradigm, stupid.”

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