Claro que sublinho e concordo com:
"So how can economic policymakers be more like gardeners in their approach? They should think of policy as an adapting portfolio of experiments, says Eric Beinhocker, a leading thinker in the field of evolutionary economics. We should mimic nature’s process of natural selection, which can be summed up as diversify-select-amplify: set up small-scale policy experiments to test out a variety of interventions, put a stop to the ones that don’t work and scale-up those that do.[Moi ici: Isto é tão o meu Verão de 2008]Não sei é se o mesmo jornal que publica isto percebe as implicações. Aquilo que resultava num dado contexto pode deixar de resultar quando o contexto muda: cuidado com os direitos adquiridos alicerçados em sociedades que também elas evoluem.
“No one knows for sure what will work, so it is important to build a system that can evolve and adapt rapidly.”
Realising that the economy is ever-evolving is an empowering insight. If complex systems evolve through their innovations and deviations, then this gives added importance to novel initiatives – from complementary currencies to open-source design – that are at the leading edge of new economic design."