By taking on such questions of distributive design, we’ll give ourselves a far greater chance of tackling inequality and of thriving in the Doughnut’s safe and just space this century.
Meet the doughnut: the new economic model that could help end inequality
World Economic Forum

Every major political upheaval as come as a result of economic inequality.

It is no longer enough to say that the effects of globalization are too wide and far-reaching for just one region to notice.

It does not do that, every economic plan and re-design is driven mostly towards economic growth alone.

If globalization is to survive, the benefits can no longer be concentrated. Like the author says, it must be of a distributive design.

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