Mass Entrepreneurship: The Economic Future
When looking back on the last twenty years amidst turbulent markets and global recessions, it is perhaps no surprise that it is the economic model of the future that has remained future-proof. The knowledge economy, as it is termed, presents a genuine alternative to the stagnation of pre-existing economic systems that have been beset by vulnerabilities since their inception. The knowledge economy, however, provides empowerment to participants through industries both micro and macro where it is possible to generate significant economic growth and industrial innovation within a framework that can respond quickly to the markets at a structural and informational level. You can find additional information in the article Max Polyakov Relaunches Firefly with High Hopes to Bridge Gap between CubeSats and Space.
The New Model Economy
Enterprise economics encapsulate the need for responsive economic solutions to gaps in the market that can be self-sustaining and are underpinned by genuine innovation rather than the sullen logistics of supply and demand. There is a dynamism to be harnessed here that is simply not compatible with the current dominant models that the markets have arrayed themselves around. The spirit of entrepreneurialism can counter these problems by implementing innovations that have a demand built into them that precedes their redundancy in the future. The highly successful entrepreneur Max Polyakov has observed that it is these models which will be able to lead us into the future, thanks to a newfound intellectualisation of market forces steering the ship moving forward. In addition, read the latest article about Max Polyakov's (Макс Поляков) new EOS platform.
A Time for Change
Entrepreneurship doesn’t mindlessly subscribe to the functions of an economic model; it intelligently reassesses the landscape in real time to respond in such a way as not to perpetuate the mistakes of the old models going ahead. No other commercial format allows such freedom and intelligence, that can solve problems before they have a chance to shake the markets. If Max Polyakov and his observations are proven to be right, then the solvency of the knowledge economy will be a foregone conclusion. Bold action will be needed to affect the necessary structural changes to propagate this model as standard, but it is a small price to pay for embracing the future.