Common strategies to 2 meta-issues
Five response strategies are common to two meta-issues:
- The subsidiarity participative, which mean to tackle a given problem in an independent and participative way.
- A new model of income distribution that require rethinking employment, or disconnecting, in the future, the employment and income, also to set up a new form of economy, such as the sharing economy.
- The anticipation of the changes to solve the question of Human – machine.
- Building a bridge between formal and informal economy with mutual win-win. Indeed, the informal economy can provide positive aspects, such as serving as a social incubator or hub for start-ups.
- The implementation of early warning systems for both risk management, which can increase with climate change, and for potential social disorder
Common strategies to the 3 meta-issues
Three common response strategies were identified in response to the meta-issues:
- The crucial role of anticipation, mostly in an uncertain, complex and ambiguous world, where deep structural changes looming ahead.
- The importance of creating ecosystems and hubs and pooling efforts for this purpose. For example, to create ecosystems of entrepreneurship and innovation in new economic models, such as the sharing economy to respond to:
- the creation of intersectoral alliances within the ecosystem and in its interaction with the sharing economy, for example, (meta-issue 1),
- installing open creative hubs with infrastructure for creative people in cities and rural areas to do innovations (meta-issue 2),
- the problem of unemployment and value creation (meta-issue 3).
- The urgent implementation of specific educational and cultural programs to enable the next generation to cope with the major issues it will have to face up.