Facing the Crisis - Reinventing Urban Economies

Capitalism has finally sucks, even for those who endorse it for innovation and productivity matters. Millions of people, regardless of their qualification and work experience, are unemployed and facing similar challenges to those who struggeling to survive in less developing countries.


Corresponding to this, despite the devasting effect of the financial crisis, billions of dollars are to be allocating for productive use, shuning traditional investments like hedge funds and stately issued bonds.


Now it is up to us to find creative ways to match free floating capital with projects and people who create and improve urban infrastructure.


One idea is to force institutional investors to invest in bonds raising money for infrastructure improvements - the bonds may be backed by a public guarantee.


 Just drop your ideas or comments in my guestbook

Capitalism has definitely come to an end, in the way as we know it for centuries. Now it is up to us to fix the economy in a way which benefits the communities we live in.


Let's discuss how to do it!


Give me a message: metropol@sdf-eu.org


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