What made the Iphone so smart? To the taxpayers,” reads the headline on the scene, in the face of people from the business sector, the public sector and charitable organisations.
Mariana Mazzucatos view of the economy can be roughly summed up by the need for a new way of looking at who is creating the economic value. Mazzucato believes that all those who have contributed should be allowed to take part of the action, but she is clear that she is not opposed to capitalism.
"There are a variety of ways to control capitalism, to solve the problem, rather than the financial services industry will make the profits," she said.
as a professor at the University College of London, uk. She has Italian parents, but moved with his family to the united states as a child. In the book ”the Value of Everything, ”Rethinking Capitalism,” and ”The Entrepreneurial State,” she makes clear how she is of the opinion that the economic system should work To the objective to be given priority over economic gain.
The investor has invested in a non-green economy, and has contributed to short-termism pressure on firms to deliver quarterly reports. We need to turn the tables on the playing field, and reward good behavior over bad behavior. This is done by holding the taxpayers 'money to a company which is not a very good player," she said.
When the moderator asks her if she's left, reacts as she is strong. This is not the case, " she says from the stage. However, as she is described in the american press as a ”leftish”, about the left-wing.
In the Stockholmsbesöket, she shares her thoughts, signed , Vinnova, and the Council of the european sustainable cities and towns. Cities and towns are particularly interesting from the perspective innovationssynpunkt, she says.
"In towns and cities, it is quite easy to do the things that are difficult on a national or international level," she says.
in order to close the gap between rural and urban is increasing.
" most of The populist votes are coming from rural areas, and we have to ask ourselves why that is. The benefits of globalization, technological change, finance, and financial innovation has benefited the urban areas, not rural areas, " she said.
In the fall, the question becomes, once again, to the current, and when the americans go to the polls. When the blue-collar workers in rural areas saw jobs disappear as a result of the rapid pace of technological development, mainly in disadvantaged towns and cities have benefited and Donald Trump's promises in their efforts to preserve their jobs.
The sector is able to be a part of the solution. The workers need to be informed that there is a transition from the brown to the green. The process of the steel sector and to lower its carbon content can be of benefit to the old tillverkningsstäder. We need to invest in the people, in order to ensure that they are not to be left behind, " says Mariana Mazzucato.
Instead the decisions will be made by the elite, and the rest to protect itself against the change, it must all be in the conversation, she says.
and has served as an advisor to the congressman in Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, in the matters relating to the policy reform package, ”The new green deal,” in public health.
" in the Health sector receives a 40-billion-dollar-a-year from the funds of the state which the residents do not get to reap the benefits of. I didn't help her explain why, " says Mariana Mazzucato.
But she points out that she has also provided advice to the republicans, and the believe that The lack of a true rival of the supreme court. With the clear slogan: ”Make America Great Again,” he was sharper than the opponents within the party but also the opposition.
" There is no one like the slogan on the left side. They need to make things easier. There's a problem, " says Mariana Mazzucato.
Even the business community all have a role to play in the face of upcoming elections in the fall, in which the key people in the business world, the need to talk about how we will achieve sustainable growth, she says.
" There are no voices from the business community, which is challenging The.
Mariana Mazzucato, shortly after the lecture, she is tired of explaining that my neck is aching after all of the flights. For the past week she has been flying between the city of Davos, the united kingdom, and Sweden. The meeting is where leaders gather in the swiss city, summed up by her on the Twitter she heard at the bus stop. ”Billionaires are telling millionaires how is the middle class supposed to live.”
Mariana Mazzucato, it is, of course, to compare the challenge of climate change with the moon landing.
" It's made a huge profit, but it was the wins with one goal in mind. There was a common goal to facilitate innovation in the private sector. Today should be the goals to be climate-related, " she said.<