Throughout this book, we have tried to show that capitalism is the socioeconomic system best suited to global application when it meets a certain number of complementary hypotheses, namely:
- – evolving in a growing world thanks to innovative companies that guarantee sustainable jobs, in which the benefits are more evenly distributed, knowing that perfect equality cannot be ensured by any system;
- – inspiring a sufficiently strong confidence in the future, which is an indispensable condition for encouraging long-term savings, the source of investments and the means to face one of the most important problems of the near future: the financing of pensions. This question is a typical example of the choice between individual responsibility and state control over a collective distribution system: what is the best procedure for ensuring this essential and increasingly expensive type of social protection?
- – encouraging the greatest possible transparency for all operations carried out;
- – reinstating a sense of individual responsibility;
- – offering humanity prospects for the future that are not only economic, but also cultural, cultural, scientific, etc.;
- – reinstating a sense of effort;
- – promoting the intellectual development of every individual through a quality education offered to everyone;
- – ensuring irreproachable human ethics, particularly in the financial field where embezzlement is most easily committed. Only international agreements that place all countries on an equal ...
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