The global economic system is failing to address the economic challenges it faces, writes James H. Schulz, the founder of The Schulz Institute.
The financial crisis, which is also the largest economic event of our time, is now well underway.
It’s a complex and multifaceted phenomenon, with many factors contributing to the global financial crisis and the subsequent economic meltdown.
We can see the effects of this collapse in the way we conduct business, the way our products are made, the products we buy, and the products that we consume.
The problem is that most of the solutions proposed by policymakers are designed to avoid the consequences of this problem.
These solutions often fail to address underlying problems, such as what is the cause of the crisis and what can be done to address it.
They fail to consider the economic system’s underlying problems as well.
This is a problem for us to solve.
It is also a problem that we should be able to address.
To achieve the most effective solutions to the problems facing our economy, we need to recognize the systemic problems that are causing the financial crisis in the first place.
This article first appeared on the Schulz Institue blog.