The wealth of train stations

Initially, economists outlined theory on how wealth can be defined, measured and distributed, nowadays we see shops, train stations, and, the rest of the distribution chain, whilst we try to struggle coping with the wind and the rain.

Initially the book authored by Smith et. al, available in many libraries is a very empirical theoretical outline of what Keynesian economics means to economists today in our attempt to challenge historical models and achieve wider political goals, admittedly the influential process is quite challenging it involves processes established by private sector organisations and public sector organisation that appears to have its regulatory frameworks, and, also its brief licensing services offered to its licensees.

Over the years certain shortfalls, including the need for prisons and a social policy have made it necessary for the nation state to survive the neo-liberalist economic challenge of private sector being at the centre of wealth creation, in the continued evidence that they continuously fail these goals, given different barriers that exist that are created by humans for other humans, and are essentially summarised as matters where equality is not the norm but the trend.

This is sad, because essentially in my own communist mindset which is where I define a model for humans, everyone is entitled to basics, without any conditions, but in reality this socio-political model was taken away from us by companies that seem to have it their way in determining what we ought to spend thus as a fundamentalist, I would question back the model for its adequacy rather than its projected consistency.

Rational cost accounting makes it possible for certain business factors to adjust to the personalised needs of their clients, potentially this brings about opportunity for re-adjustment within the frame of mind of being more socially responsible, however seasonal trends arising out of replies or lack thereof imply lack of motivation to move in this direction at least not to the complete satisfaction of the minority and the majority of the population, so this clearly a complicated problem to resolve with a single integrated system, or else we want to project this reality on our consumers.

 

Philosophy Library reference References to everyday life
TruismFreedom of expressionFind a local bookstore or a university.
InequalityCivil and corporate law and policy makingLocal training institute or university.
PositivismCivil lawNewspapers, bookstores, education, and real-life experience.
NaturalismSciencesBookstores etc.
HumanisticHuman rightsBookstores etc.
Classicism

Politics 

Corporate management

Bookstores etc.
Epicurean

Politics

Retail and distribution

Telecommunications policies

Corporate management

Bookstores, everyday life etc.
RationalismCorporate management that includes classical models of enterprise management focused on control, management, procedure and science, such as manufacturing, nowadays bringing about climate change concerns in politics.Bookstores, everyday life etc.
PragmatismCorporate management, marketingBookstores, everyday life etc.
Objectivism

Corporate management

Legal mediation,

Negotiation

Bookstores, everyday life, education, accreditation, licensing, association, market influence etc. 
Existentialism

Corporate management

Human rights doctrine

Financial services management

Scientific research

Science, pharmacology, 

philosophy of mind,

social economics, marketing etc.

Either way, in truism, we are all humans, is an essential reality we cannot deny.

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