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Towards a Greater Consideration of the Human Life and Redevance to Planet in (micro) Economics

Volume 4, Issue 3, June 2019    |    PP. 32-40    |PDF (199 K)|    Pub. Date: November 25, 2019
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Author(s)
Rémi Guillet, Ph. D. in Mechanics and Energetics Sciences and WVP-cycle Inventor (R. Guillet is now retired)

Abstract
Abstract - After what has been Western development since the industrial era and especially since the extension of global exchanges, more and more reasons demand a radical change in our vision of what must be now considered as a good economy [*]A recommendable economy must be able to produce balanced employment and consumption capacities, able to contribute efficiently to a macro economical challenge as it is required at State level. And doing that, respecting earth patrimony and environment because we are aware now that humanity and its survival conditions are threatened. Twenty years ago, we conducted a study on the conditions for strengthening links between workers and shareholders in each company, conditions which were founded on fair remunerations for each kind of company partners. More recently, we have suggested a way to fairly distribute the added value along a same chain, between the first link and the last one as it can be illustrate by milk producer and supermarkets or other big stores. These measures are shortly presented in this article which also shows a way to fairly pay our planet for what we consume from its patrimony and for the environment degradation produced: a manner to be aware that other ways are possible to manage our economy, to be more engaged and responsible of what will be our future conditions of life.

Keywords
growth, balanced, development, new model, future, human life, planet, environment

Cite this paper
Rémi Guillet, Towards a Greater Consideration of the Human Life and Redevance to Planet in (micro) Economics, SCIREA Journal of Economics. Vol. 4 , No. 3 , 2019 , pp. 32 - 40 .

References

[ 1 ] R. Guillet “ Conditions du resserrement des liens entre actionnaires et salaries dans les sociétés anonymes” DEA Université Paris XIII, 2001
[ 2 ] R. Guillet “ Pour plus de solidarité entre le capital et le travail ” Ed. L’Harmattan 2004 ; 160p.
[ 3 ] R. Guillet “Pour plus de solidarité entre le capital et le travail ” Ed. L’Harmattan 2004 ; pp. 133-136
[ 4 ] R. Guillet “Pour plus de solidarité entre le capital et le travail” Ed. L’Harmattan 2004; pp.61-106
[ 5 ] R. Guillet “ Pour plus de solidarité entre le capital et le travail ”Ed. L’Harmattan 2004; pp.111-112
[ 6 ] R. Guillet “Pour plus de solidarité entre le capital et le travail” Ed. L’Harmattan 2004; pp.89-109
[ 7 ] R. Guillet “ Pour plus de solidarité entre le capital et le travail ”Ed. L’Harmattan 2004 ; pp.103-106
[ 8 ] R. Guillet “ Pour plus de solidarité entre le capital et le travail ” Ed. L’Harmattan 2004; pp. 109-110
[ 9 ] R. Guillet “ Propositions pour une économie équitable” Ed. L’Harmattan 2012;  pp.61-65
[ 10 ] R. Guillet “To reinforce solidarity in and with enterprise” / International Conference on Social Science Management and Economics (SSME 2015)
[ 11 ] See L'Harmattan ed. Rémi Guillet’ author page or, by using "Rémi Guillet biographie”, the title "Suggestion for equity and solidarity in sectors" by Remi Guillet (2012) which is the english translation of the french title “Suggestion pour plus d’équité et de solidarité dans les filières”.
[ 12 ] See L'Harmattan ed. Rémi Guillet’ author page or, by using "Rémi Guillet biographie”, the title “Broken prices, low cost ... Danger!” by Remi Guillet (2009) which is the english translation of the french title “Prix cassés, low cost… Danger !”.

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