Inflation: “It’s time to get out of the infant economy”-economic policy

Today, when inflation from supply chain issues and the big teeth and quivering nose boosted by the war in Ukraine turns our eyes, why not re-edit our childhood ineffective simple strategy?

remember ? When we were in kindergarten and saw a big bad wolf coming, we howled and put our hands in front of us. After all, the wolf disappeared because he couldn’t see him anymore, right? When today inflation With big teeth and a quivering nose, boosted by supply chain problems and the war in Ukraine, roll your eyes. Would you like to re-edit a naive strategy that doesn’t work as a kid?

Cover your eyes. Find the secret to keeping prices from going up. Will gas and oil take off? It behaves like a forgery. After that, we will reduce the excise tax on gasoline and work on the upper limit of gas prices.of Night, Alexander Decrew explains: “I believe in the free market, but today it behaves hysterically and completely irrationally.” Therefore, it should be closed.

Sorry, the market today is perfectly rational. Soaring prices reflect the threat of Russia’s supply closures and the potential for dominoes in the sale of raw materials in China and Africa as China and Russia have been pawning over the last two decades. .. On this continent.

During this time, we will provide subsidies. Fossil fuel producers outside the European Union are given taxpayer money. We’ve been cutting gasoline and diesel taxes for months, but this doesn’t solve the structural and general problems we have to face. It affects not only energy, but also foods, metals, etc...These aids will only empty the state’s financial resources a little more and will give people the wrong signal. : The crisis is temporary and will eventually end in just a few weeks.

We have long known that raw materials are not inexhaustible. The Ukrainian conflict is a brutal trigger, but long before the Russian army marched on Kyiv, the International Energy Agency said that climate change would make a big wave of commodities by doubling the demand for certain strategic metals. Warned that it would cause. The Ukrainian crisis only forces us to accelerate the painful changes that had to occur anyway. In fact, oil prices should have reflected this reality long ago.

“Maybe it’s time for politicians to understand what the physical limits are and to respond to the public with adult discourse,” said Ecole des Mines (Paris) consultant and teacher. Jean-Marc Jancovici says. Indeed, it’s time to get out of the infant economy. Rebuilding a much more sustainable economic model is essential, but it’s not easy and the most modest income needs to be protected, but when others say they have to do so in some way. Came. Please contribute to this effort. This change does not necessarily blame us for declining because we need to meet other needs. We continue to pursue less harmful goals, but always up to rethought dreams.As economist Daniel Cohen mentioned in one of his essays : “The world is closed, but infinite desires “.

remember ? When we were in kindergarten and saw a big bad wolf coming, we howled and put our hands in front of us. After all, the wolf disappeared because he couldn’t see him anymore, right? Today, when inflation from supply chain issues and the big teeth and quivering nose boosted by the war in Ukraine turns our eyes, why not re-edit our childhood ineffective simple strategy? We cover our eyes. Find the secret to keeping prices from going up. Will gas and oil take off? It behaves like a forgery. After that, we will reduce the excise tax on gasoline and work on the upper limit of gas prices. At Le Soir, Alexander de Crew explains: “I believe in the free market, but today it behaves hysterically and completely irrationally.” So you need to shut it down. Sorry, the market today is very reasonable. Soaring prices reflect the threat of Russia’s supply closures and the potential for dominoes in the sale of raw materials in China and Africa as China and Russia have been pawning over the last two decades. .. On this continent. During this time, people give out subsidies. Fossil fuel producers outside the European Union are given taxpayer money. We’ve been cutting gasoline and diesel taxes for months, but this doesn’t solve the structural and general problems we have to face. It affects not only energy but also food and metals. National financial resources will give people the wrong signal: the crisis is temporary and ultimately ends in just a few weeks. We have long known that raw materials are not inexhaustible. The Ukrainian conflict is a brutal trigger, but long before the Russian army marched on Kyiv, the International Energy Agency said that climate change would make a big wave of commodities by doubling the demand for certain strategic metals. Warned that it would cause. The Ukrainian crisis only forces us to accelerate the painful changes that had to occur anyway. In fact, oil prices should have reflected this reality long ago. des Mines (Paris). Indeed, it’s time to get out of the infant economy. Rebuilding a much more sustainable economic model is essential, but it’s not easy and the most modest income needs to be protected, but when others say they have to do so in some way. Came. Please contribute to this effort. This change does not necessarily blame us for declining because we need to meet other needs. We continue to pursue less harmful goals, but always up to rethought dreams. Because, as economist Daniel Cohen states in one of his essays, “the world is closed, but desires are endless.”

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