by Annette Meyer
The essential asset for individuals and nations to achieve a sustained recovery is the willingness of each to strive to be better informed, better equipped, and ready to forge pathways to a higher quality of life. Education is a first step toward the proper setting to achieve these goals.
But nations have a broader role to play in the twenty-first century because the world is older, new technologies abound, and the interdependence of nations and their peoples have become more constrictive. Fiscal, monetary, and regulatory policy instruments of the national and supra-natural authorities used to accomplish specific goals, as discussed in Recovery Sustained, need revamping and/or new additions to achieve the required tasks.
Nonetheless, the determination of the relative scope and scale of the chosen activities should rest effectively with the people. Nations and the people in them differ from each other in ways that are beneficial to human progress.About the Author
Annette Meyer is deeply immersed in the economic events of the world today, while peering into its possible future. Public Goods, Private Goods and The Subject Is Interest Rates are two of the books by the author that attest to the relevance of this commitment. In addition, A Meyer is Professor Emeritus at the College of New Jersey and former Adjunct Professor of Economics at Hunter College of the City University of New York. History of Economic Thought, Labor Economics, Money and Banking, and Public Economics were a few of the subjects taught at these institutions. The holding of positions in art and fashion fields, expertise in accounting, advertising, billing and selling gained in the business sector, along with service as president/founder/conference director of an economic association for New Jersey are additional endeavors that added to the deeper appreciation by A Meyer in the fundamental structures of successful systems.(2012, paperback, 164 pages)