Market Economy under Rapid Globalization and Rising

Market Economy under Rapid Globalization and Rising


Joshua Ioji Konov* October 4, 2012

*Chicago IL, the USA


Market economy of enhancing business laws in contracting, bonding, insuring, legal corporate structures, e.g. will marginalize the economic agents and tools that make market competition unfair, empower small and medium businesses and investors, and boost business activities, fiscal strength, employment, and capital transmission. Keynesian capital infusion will extend its market effect in such higher security marketplace.


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