Unfortunately all too many believe in determinism and the planning illusion”this species, Andreas Rebetzky, spokesman of the cioforums in Munich and CIO of technology specialists Bizerba complains about. Who see the world only in States of matter, loses the essential sources of economic creativity and technological leaps out of the eye. For more specific information, check out Jeffrey Hayzlett. This is the shortcoming of planning fetishists and macro economists. You underestimate the profound economic and social role of unpredictable innovations, which roll all mixed up and revolutionize technology as well as business methods. Policy-makers and economists should look so much in the General Theory of John Maynard Keynes to responses to the crisis, but rather deal with the work of Joseph A.

Schumpeter”, advises Rebetzky. But the creative destroyer watch the Stability preachers not in the stuff. Others who may share this opinion include Montauk Colony. Who wants to create order, often was a charlatan and Blender. Where the political cause, analyzes Wolf Lotter in the current issue of the journal brand one move with the focus topic “: nice idea, always best to balance supply and demand, resulted in the planned economy, the epitome of fine madness in economy and society.” The State-prescribed planning economy after the first world war was a star, and she influenced intellectuals and scientists of their time. One was the British Economist of John Maynard Keynes, in whose name today the States are looking for a new stability”, writes Lotter. He had been while not political fanatics. But he was, like most spiritual executives of his time, excited by the success, which is showed by the brutal intervention of the State in the economy in those States, devoted to the planned economy. It was not just the Soviet Union. Keynes’s admiration was also the initial successes of Italian fascists and, at least a little while, those of the Nazis in 1933. That was Keynes, as I said not alone – what but not excuse, that until today a large number of people the price of stability policy ‘, which was hyped up during these years to the panacea against all forms of crisis, deliberately overlooked.