TOWARDS A BETTER FUTURE
The Works of Manfred Davidmann
Reports and teachings relevant to today's problems
Manfred Davidmann is an internationally well-known and respected scientist and consultant, and author of a number of books and reports which have had and are having considerable impact. His work usually breaks new ground and opens up new understanding and is written in meaningful and easily understood language. Outstanding is that his work is generally accepted as factual, objective and unbiased.
More than 5,5 million copies of his reports have been downloaded from the Solhaam website so far and have changed the way in which people live, think and behave.
Books by Manfred Davidmann
Theme of the Week (Current Events, Current Problems)
Theme 'General Interest Rates, Share Prices and Pensions' showed that when interest rates increase then share prices fall. Hence government is under pressure to keep interest rates low.
However, if the country is failing to make ends meet, then short-term borrowing is a convenient way of raising the required funds for paying one's debts but interest rates increase accordingly.
Share prices then drop and the house of cards consisting of fictitious share values faces collapse.
And governments are not informing their populations of the enormous costs of importing sources of energy, are apparently trying hard to keep interest rates level or low, are attempting to balance national accounts by means other than short-term borrowing.
Means corresponding, for example, to selling the family silver or taking out a mortgage, like selling ownership or majority control of one's major productive and service assets into foreign control.
This report about National Accounts and the national Balance of Payments, in effect about good national financial management, was published in 1981. Its analysis and methodology are now widely accepted, world-wide, and can be of enormous help when considering the causes and effects of the US financial crisis.
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