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Smart Economy!

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Submit your ideas of best practices and rules in order to pursue economic system sustainability in the sign of efficiency, optimization, meritocracy, value added, environmental respect and social justice.
The words "economy" can be traced back to the Greek word οἰκονόμος (i.e. "household management"), a composite word derived from οἶκος ("house") and νέμω ("manage; distribute; to deal out; dispense") by way of οἰκονομία ("household management").
The first recorded sense of the word "economy" is in the phrase "the management of œconomic affairs", found in a work possibly composed in a monastery in 1440. "Economy" is later recorded in more general senses, including "thrift" and "administration".
The most frequently used current sense, denoting "the economic system of a country or an area", seems not to have developed until the 1650s.
Today the range of fields of study examining the economy revolves around the social science of economics, but may include sociology (economic sociology), history (economic history), anthropology (economic anthropology), and geography (economic geography). Practical fields directly related to the human activities involving production, distribution, exchange, and consumption of goods and services as a whole are engineering, management, business administration, applied science, and finance.
All professions, occupations, economic agents or economic activities, contribute to the economy. Consumption, saving, and investment are variable components in the economy that determine macroeconomic equilibrium. There are three main sectors of economic activity: primary, secondary, and tertiary.
Due to the growing importance of the economical sector in modern times, the term real economy is used by analysts as well as politicians to denote the part of the economy that is concerned with the actual production of goods and services, as ostensibly contrasted with the paper economy, or the financial side of the economy, which is concerned with buying and selling on the financial markets. Alternate and long-standing terminology distinguishes measures of an economy expressed in real values (adjusted for inflation), such as real GDP, or in nominal values (unadjusted for inflation).
In the globalized world in which humanity finds itself at the dawn of the third millennium, economic actors and activities are highly interconnected. The complexity of the global economic equilibrium makes economic management very complex and articulated, above all in the face of the apparent unsustainability of growth.
The Last Day Party Smart Economy campaign aims to collect, evaluate and implement on a national and global scale the best practices and rules in order to pursue economic system sustainability in the sign of efficiency, optimization, meritocracy, value added, environmental respect and social justice.
The search for intelligent factors that make the economy a tool in favor of a fair and inclusive development of humanity is essential for its survival.

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