“The fundamental problem of humanity is to combine three variables: economic efficiency, social justice and individual freedom.” John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946)
If man realizes these three variables on a universal level, he will overcome other problems.
economics; It is a tool that helps to solve these problems both nationally and internationally. Increasing economic efficiency, ensuring human rights and freedoms and social justice are the basic components of the ideal society that is frequently mentioned in the post-Cold War world conjuncture, but relatively realized. Keynes said, “Markets are driven by animal instincts, not by logic.” As he says in his statement, actors in the field of economics go wild on stage.
For this reason, the fact that the rulers of countries, experts and academics have deep knowledge about economics turns crises into opportunities in issues that are closely related to social welfare such as unemployment, inflation, growth, productivity and foreign trade.