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    #402824

    Anonymous
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    i would fully support a unified yugoslavia-bulgaria confederation with viable economic system…..

    having all our goods produced in China (or Turkey) is so stupid.

    #402825

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    All of those forms of management are quite possible in a free market economy. If there's merit to any of them, then they might even become dominant.

    #402826

    Anonymous

    I would say that only possible alternative for western capitalism is National-socialism. Traditional leftist crap presented in the list above has already demonstrated its inefficiency and utopianism wherever possible.

    #402827

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    All of those forms of management are quite possible in a free market economy. If there's merit to any of them, then they might even become dominant.

    Agreed.

    #402828

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    I would say that only possible alternative for western capitalism is National-socialism. Traditional leftist crap presented in the list above has already demonstrated its inefficiency and utopianism wherever possible.

    I can tell that you haven't read a single article which I posted. All of these ideas except Council communism (because its never been tried before) has proved to be efficient and able to work.

    #402829

    Anonymous

    I don't think either capitalism or any form of socialism would benefit Slavic countries because we're too damn prone to corruption. Only system suitable for Slavs is:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meritocracy#cite_note-1

    As for economic system free market is a good option, but not the only option

    #402830

    Anonymous
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    I don't think either capitalism or any form of socialism would benefit Slavic countries because we're too damn prone to corruption. Only system suitable for Slavs is:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meritocracy#cite_note-1

    As for economic system free market is a good option, but not the only option

    The forms of Socialism I posted would benefit Slavic countries. Just read the articles and decide for yourself.
    Meritocracy is a political system not an economic one and this thread is about economic systems

    #402831

    Anonymous
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    The forms of Socialism I posted would benefit Slavic countries. Just read the articles and decide for yourself.
    Meritocracy is a political system not an economic one and this thread is about economic systems

    Like I said there are many options for economical systems and one of them being free market. Free market boosts the competition between the companies, opens up the chance for innovators and speeds up the process of technological breakthrough(because of the aforementioned competitiveness). I basically mean open economy

    About meritocracy… Of course its a system but it can be adjusted to both companies and government. No form of system where any kind of "social justice" or "the will of the majority" exist is good for people(and not just Slavs). The merits are true indicator.

    #402832

    Anonymous

    It is like aaaa said all of these forms can exist in capitalist system. Apparently they are not widespread on voluntary level meaning that in order to embrace and spread such system on national level you would need to force people into that.

    #402833

    Anonymous
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    Like I said there are many options for economical systems and one of them being free market. Free market boosts the competition between the companies, opens up the chance for innovators and speeds up the process of technological breakthrough(because of the aforementioned competitiveness). I basically mean open economy

    You forgot the part about Multi National corporations dominating the economy and destroying local industry. You also forgot about massive wealth gap between the rich and poor and poverty.
    http://www.commondreams.org/views07/0216-30.htm

    #402834

    Anonymous

    Large multinational corporations are destroying local industry because local industry is not good enough to follow the demand. They use technology way too old and their products – useless. That is the case with ex-Yugoslav country after it 1990. They wouldn't destroy it if its any good. Gap between rich and poor surely exist, and this is why I advocate meritocracy – even the poor would have chance to become someone if their will is strong enough and they work hard and opposite.

    #402835

    Anonymous
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    Large multinational corporations are destroying local industry because local industry is not good enough to follow the demand. They use technology way too old and their products – useless. That is the case with ex-Yugoslav country after it 1990. They wouldn't destroy it if its any good. Gap between rich and poor surely exist, and this is why I advocate meritocracy – even the poor would have chance to become someone if their will is strong enough and they work hard and opposite.

    About the multinational corporations destroying local industry. That is the case almost everywhere in the 2nd and 3rd world. Meritocracy is a political structure not an economic one. Not every intellectual can become part of the meritocratic govt and stop mentioning meritocracy. This thread is about economic systems not political ones. If you want a free market without exploitation and poverty I recommend you read this.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutualism_(economic_theory)#Theory
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libertarian_socialism

    #402836

    Anonymous

    In Slovenia those domestic firms that are creative and innovative are thriving but those who are ruled by fools they collapse. Multinationals, cheap Chinese shyt and all that stuff are bad excuse for poor management in my opinion. In any case Slovenia would have many more success stories if this state wouldn't be so damn expensive and unfavorable for small domestic producers and if there weren't so many firms still partly in state hands. As i told once before thanks to this bad bureaucracy which mainly stems from previous regime many good Slovene business establish firms just on the other side of the border so most of tax naturally goes to those countries.

    #402837

    Anonymous
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    In Slovenia those domestic firms that are creative and innovative are thriving but those who are ruled by fools they collapse. Multinationals, cheap Chinese shyt and all that stuff are bad excuse for poor management in my opinion.

    Which domestic firms are thriving?

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