Heee... I think this:
More import taxes, more direct democracy, more power to minorities trought a different balance of power, ... mostly the things the system need to urgent "Patch" to make middle class viable.
I don't understand, exactly. I thought that globalization was good in that it was lifting crushingly poor people out of poverty. Many people posit that this has the side effect of moving some people in the wealthy nations somewhat lower on the economic scale (note that not all economists agree with this theory ... at all). Even if that is true is it not a worthwhile cost to pay?
Like all other capitalism things that are supposed to magically work, don't work as well as intended.
Rob barons, dictators, corporations, these people are turning rich, while the poor suffer.
Anyway, thats not the real point. What to do with the unemployed people on developed countries? its expensive, and the govern will collect less taxes. Unemployed people cost money and don't pay enough taxes.
Soon, computers are going to destroy service roles, with complete structures replaced by better and optimized work pipelines.
ASUSTeK started out making the simple circuit boards within a Dell computer. Then ASUSTeK came to Dell with an interesting value proposition: 'We've been doing a good job making these little boards. Why don't you let us make the motherboard for you? Circuit manufacturing isn't your core competence anyway and we could do it for 20% less.'
Dell accepted the proposal because from a perspective of making money, it made sense: Dell's revenues were unaffected and its profits improved significantly. On successive occasions, ASUSTeK came back and took over the motherboard, the assembly of the computer, the management of the supply chain and the design of the computer. In each case Dell accepted the proposal because from a perspective of making money, it made sense: Dell's revenues were unaffected and its profits improved significantly. However the next time, ASUSTeK came back, it wasn't to talk to Dell. It was to talk to Best Buy and other retailers to tell them that they could offer them their own brand or any brand PC for 20% lower cost.