The financial and economic crisis which developed at
the end of this decade has led many states worldwide
to pour millions into rescue packages as an attempt to
save the global economy.
We find ourselves, in the second half of 2009, in a
bubble of expectation. Soon after this bubble bursts it
will become obvious that these rescue packages are
going to backfire.
The change in significance of the government
organizations in today’s postmodern world no longer
allows for this type of meddling in the economy. The
results of it are deflation and inflation.
The author also addresses structural requirements
of successful economic controls for future societies.