The Collective Insustainability Paradigm

By Pedro Bergamo.

Published by The Sustainability Collection

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Concentration of taxes and net private profits uses to be an invisible characteristic of the presently intended global development. In a way, it is advisable to announce trough analytic-qualitative terms, the progressive exhaustion of the gratuitous inevitably counterparts of those rents. In this turn such counterparts converge into a swelling of some conquered advantages and it matches the most privileged allocation of the economic surpluses under the increased influence of the greatest metropolis of the world. Such advantages correspond to proportions of the aggregated value or of the final prices of goods and services. Taxes and net private profits are sold without being bought, compounding those prices. Otherwise, the gratuitous counterparts have sources that are bought and sold because they unavoidably occur within property. So, it has been created a lack of adjustment between “net selling” - increased proportions of taxes and net private profits, both as components of final prices - and “fluent absorption” – purchases of physical flow of goods and services become progressively problematic. Producing and living costs have been composed from a continuous larger proportion of taxes and net private profits. This fact unveils two impasses: (a) there is an invisible and always larger and deeper money-crack between the consumption necessities and producing opportunities; (b) it is indispensable to undertake an always larger payment for producing, even though production sharing is the only valid criterion in order to access goods and services. The challenge of facing these two impasses performs “The Collective Insustainability Paradigm”.

Keywords: Exhaustion of Gratuitousness, Payment for Producing

The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 3, Issue 6, pp.137-144. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 581.014KB).

Prof. Pedro Bergamo

Professor and institutional resercher, Faculty of São Francisco de Barreiras – FASB, Barreiras, Bahia, Brazil

Professor and institutional researcher of the Faculty of São Francisco de Barreiras – FASB (Bahia - Brazil); PhD in Sociology by University of Brasília –UnB (Federal District - Brazil), Master of Philosophy in Economics Sciences by Integrated Masters in Economics and Sociology Program of Federal University of Pernambuco – PIMES/UFPe (Brazil) and retired technician of research and planing of Aplied Economics Research Institute – IPEA (Brazil).


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