Economy of inclusive civilization
Опубликовано на портале: 23-10-2017
The article deals with the "inclusiveness" - the most humane organization of the human community. The author characterizes the category of inclusiveness in the following way: if one looks at each worker, it will be found that all of them have some peculiarities, problems and originality, a unique combination of which turns an employee into an individual personality. Accounting for all these personal characteristics, while maintaining equal treatment of workers, despite their distinguishing fads, addictions, abilities, passions, diseases and injuries, strong and weak competencies, poor quality education and quality training - is an inclusive organization of the economy.One can even say that inclusiveness is a "personified economy", that is, an economy built with respect to the creative characteristics of each employee. For an economically developed society inclusive organization of production is quite achievable. And, as the postindustrial economy grows into a creative one, inclusiveness becomes the main factor of economic growth. However a different - "multi-special" - organization of labor, production, economy and society, education and health, everyday and non-everyday life is required. Namely, such a "multisocial" organization is beyond the power of bureaucracy and state, because the latter cannot and are not able to reach every person and his/her personal characteristics. That is why inclusiveness, which grows out of the market principles, liberalism and democracy, and realizes them in full scale, becomes a priority trend in the mechanism of economic growth, which inevitably leads to the "inclusive civilization". Not surprisingly, today inclusiveness is in the focus of all social scientists of all countries. With this approach, we have to state that the modern world is preoccupied with a multitude of supra-individual problems.With the emergence of the phenomenon of "inclusiveness", the situation can change dramatically, because, in a broad sense, the tendency towards systemic inclusiveness means a conscious support of the society by the efforts of the individual striving for an existence worthy of human dignity. The author argues that, as the creative economy shapes, geared towards the realization of the personal potential of each economy's participant, inclusiveness acquires the status of the main criterion of economic civilization. In fact, though not fully conscious, but between national economies, global competition is unfolding, showing its essence in the degree of real inclusiveness of national economy.The main author's conclusion is that each historical stage of social production experiences a different interest in its participants: at the initial stage, the individual principle had prevailed, and each participant of the economy had been important as a person, but then, with each subsequent stage, this interest faded away, with finally reached critical level at the age of conveyer production. And only advent of computer- Internet technology returns interest to the employee's personality. The direct dependence occurs at that: the higher the creativity of production, the stronger the trend towards inclusiveness. Therefore, the transition to an inclusive civilization would symbolize (in the aspect of social organization of public life) a new step in curbing bureaucratic omnipotence and strengthening the positions of the civil society.