In this scenario the world economy follows a moderate but also a long-term and stable growth trend. A collaborative regulation of the global capital market dominated by IGOs has led to an alignment between industrialized and developing countries and has made the financial markets resilient to crises. Innovation and progress are measured to a large extent by labour productivity and market mechanisms have raised the environmental quality together with individual direct interventions.

In the last scenario the world economy was characterized by a deregulatory trend. Global interventions have limited the capital mobility and in the various geo-regions economic blocks have been formed with coordinated monetary systems associated with a slowdown (of what?) as well as a “rediscovery of work”. The policy is undergoing a renaissance and determines essential parts of the public life – for example through alternative labor markets or interventions in order to obtain high environmental quality.

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