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Worldwide future health Watch, now in its fourth version, is largely perceived because the definitive voice for another discourse on wellbeing and fitness and healthcare. It covers more than a few matters that presently effect on wellbeing and fitness, together with the current political and financial structure in a fast-changing and globalized international; a political review of the force in the direction of common well-being assurance; broader determinants of health and wellbeing, akin to gender-based violence and entry to water; tales of struggles, activities and alter; and a scrutiny of various international associations and methods. It integrates rigorous research, substitute proposals and tales of fight and alter to offer a compelling case for an intensive transformation of ways we method activities and guidelines on wellbeing and fitness.
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The tragedy is (especially for the millions in the Eurozone who continue to suffer as a result of the austerity measures) the calculations were patently wrong! 7; and for Eurozone countries sinking deeper into recession owing to austerity, it was likely at the higher end of the estimate (Talley 2013; Blanchard and Leigh 2013). In other words the revised data show that increased public spending would actually lead to an expansion of the economy! There is, in fact, robust evidence that every dollar in public spending can generate more than a dollar in economic growth in the ‘real economy’ of production and consumption, by purchasing goods and services that employ people, by employing people who purchase other goods and services, and by signalling stability to the private sector, which is then motivated to undertake its own increased activity (Stanford 2013b).
The first scenario (low growth and sustainability) would require substantial forms of national and global wealth redistribution; a small redistributive tax on the richest quintile of the world would have a far more dramatic impact on poverty and inequality reductions than conventional ‘trickle-down’ growth. It further assumes a large downward shift in work-time so that more people work less for reasonable incomes to avoid massive unemployment, increased social protection spending, and a reversal of the consumer culture.
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