Interpolation

Posted by Ralf on November 25th, 2018 — Posted in News

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In other words, each society, located in a stable equilibrium position correspond to its specific and most effective complementary political, social and economic system. Change one of them entails changes in other, ie impossible to reform the political or economic systems in the non-conformity of the social system a new level, and vice versa, it is impossible to reach a new social level of society unchanged its political and economic systems. Artificial change in one system, even if ‘out of good intentions’ creates tension and could lead to political, economic or social crises. Based on the identified relationship, considering the history of human evolution, and applying the techniques of interpolation, let us assume future trends of society. Primitive society corresponded: social system with low demand, mainly the traditional economic system and political system of autocracy. ‘Pre-industrial’ society corresponds to a social system with this level of demand, that was met mainly administrative and economic systems limited single power.

‘Industrial’ society is characterized by a social system, which corresponds to the ‘developing democracy ‘, and emerging-market economies. Following the proposed classification, ‘postindustrial’ society should have a high social system with appropriate public demand, ‘developed democracy ‘and the predominantly market-oriented economic system. It is logical to assume that further development of society associated with the further increase of social standards and public demand, and ‘infinity’ desire for ‘absolute democracy’ (a constant and continuous participation in the management of the company each of its members) and ‘totally market’ economic system, where market relations completely replace the traditional and administration.

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