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WELCOME TO JULY'S 1ST EDITION

 

WE FOCUS ON WORLD ECONOMICS, AND WE DEFINE
WORLD ECONOMICS AS THE ALLOCATION OF 
OUR WORLD'S LIMITED RESOURCES.

 

WE BELIEVE ALL PEOPLE WILL HAVE six RESOURCES AS FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, AND THESE ARE FRESH WATER, NUTRITIOUS FOOD, SHELTER, EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT, AND ENTERTAINMENT. THESE WILL BE PROVIDED ALONGSIDE HEALTHCARE AND SECURITY.

 

A TEAM IS ONLY AS STRONG AS ITS WEAKEST LINK,
AND PROVIDING THESE RESOURCES ENSURES 
OUR WORLD'S PEOPLE ARE THE STRONGEST
WE CAN BE FOR FUTURE CHALLENGES.

 

WE FOCUS ON MONEY MARKETS, ENERGY MARKETS, 
LABOUR MARKETS, AND TRANSPORT MARKETS, 
BECAUSE THESE MARKETS SUBSTANTIALLY AFFECT 
COSTS OF MOST RESOURSES, AND THEREFORE MOST INFLUENCE PEOPLE'S STANDARDS OF LIVING.

 

TO SHOW HOW THESE MARKETS INFLUENCE WORLD 
ECONOMICS, WE WILL FOCUS ON THE FOODS OF 
ITALY, FOR SHE IS FAMOUS FOR HER NUTRITIOUS, 
AFFORDABLE, AND DELICIOUS FOODS. 

 

WE START WITH THE GROWING, TRANSPORTING,
AND ENJOYING OF TUSCAN TOMATOES, AND PUGLIAN OLIVES - THE BEST OF THE BEST.

This month's Goal:

showing economics explains our world.

Examples Described:

Showing how producing and enjoying  
Tuscan tomatoes and Puglian olives (from
fields to plates) shows all will flourish.

Reasons for these Examples:
 

Currently, in the developed world, almost everyone can enjoy a Tuscan tomato, or Puglian olive. With innovations in economics 
everyone in the world will soon 
as well,

and if everyone can enjoy these resources, then all resources are available for enjoyment.

An example of how Tuscan tomatoes and 
Puglian olives are good for the world,
beyond health, includes the developing of 
currency trading so different nations can
obtain these resources.

The developing of currency trading
involves the developing of electronic
exchanges. These employ mathematicians,
statisticians, bookkeepers, accountants,
lawyers, etc., and these employees (as 
well as all) require fresh water, nutritious food, shelter, education, entertainment, etc.  

The production of fresh water alone gives 
rise to chemists, biologists, engineers,

plumbers, etc., and the production of food

gives rise to all the professions above, as well as chefs, waiters and waitresses,

health and safety professionals, food

critics, food bloggers, etc.

 

economics networks are all around us.

Giles Thomas Richard Ward

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