Popov Gavriil

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  • № 3, 2009


      In the author’s opinion, after the crisis of 1929 the humanity was choosing between 3 variants of exit from capitalism: soviet Communism, German national-socialism and “the new course” of Roosevelt, which was the course directed to the postindustrial society. In 1991 the victory above the state socialism hampered the postindustrial development and even caused the retreat towards the oligarchic capitalism. In the whole world there was mass process of diversion from different forms of governmental regulation for benefit of oligarchic administration of economy. G.Popov supposes that among different reasons of crisis, this one is the main. The author thinks that the modern financial system is the base of crisis. At the beginning the world of fictitious capital became the second face in economy, but now it turned to be the first and the main. In this article the necessity of the new system of solving old problems is established. The author states his own selection of appropriate urgent and long-term arrangements.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2009-54-3-87-99