Behavioural Capitalism is a variant of capitalism in which human action becomes the most important factor for the production and provision of goods and services. The world is experiencing a change of times and an era of change. Dynamic, fast and at which point can this be recognized more clearly than by technological progress, which powerfully and at an incredible speed changes personal and community life and leaves almost no field untouched, be it politics, society or economy. Within the framework of this process, influence has shifted and new ones have been established. But all that almost imperceptibly, almost creepingly in the shadows and yet at the end almost all of it tangent.
Behaviour means acting, tolerating as well as not acting. The processes can be conscious or unconscious. It is influenced and produced by stimuli. Basically, it has always been a production factor, atleast in these areas, and it is with this very idea that we can approach this new form of capitalism, because the recognition that the needs and behaviour of potential customers are an important component of being able to offer and sell products and services effectively is neither original, nor does it require more in-depth study. You can see this Video explaining what Behavioral Capitalism is.
Behavioral Capitalism concept was created by Andreas Herteux, a german economist, philosopher, publicist and author. Andreas Herteux founded Erich von Werner Society , a group dedicated to constantly analyze the global situation, arrange it, prepares it and designs appropriate models as well as theories for the representation of the reality. The Erich von Werner Society makes a significant contribution to the understanding of current and future world events. More details on Behavioral Capitalism.
Behavioural Capitalismis basedon the raw material and production factor behaviour, which is created by the reaction of the individual to stimuli. He must first win this by skimming. There have always been such attempts, but it was the technological progress driven by the change of times that made automated harvesting in large quantities possible.
Behavioural Capitalismhas therefore becomefirmly established, but without being perceived as such. State-of-the-art technology enables a never-before-seen embedding that can penetrate into the most intimate areas of the individual. A development that requires closer scrutiny and must not continueto take place in the shadows, for an unleashed Behavioural Capitalismwould be an even stronger force than Financial Capitalism ever was. He would be a means of domination. You can buy the book on Amazon : Behavioral Capitalism on Amazon – Direct Link(no affiliate).
The Erich von Werner Society assumes that the planet and the people on it is approaching a new era. These changes are because of or are accelerated by factors, which in combination and interaction with each other will trigger a new era: Rise of new competitors in world markets (e.g. Asian countries). Few of the world’s most threatening problems : Malaria: Malaria is a major health risk in tropical, developing countries, such as Kenya and the Congo. Approximately 3.2 billion individuals are vulnerable to Malaria – this is half of the world’s population. Young children are the most susceptible, and about 445,000 people died from Malaria in 2016. Children are key to our future success, yet many across the world do not have access to some of their most basic needs and approximately six million children die each year before reaching the age of five. Child health and education go hand in hand. Malnutrition of children leads to permanent physiological damage, known colloquially as ‘stunting’. Children who are hungry cannot concentrate and, thus, cannot learn. Children who are chronically hungry develop cognitive difficulties, which means they might never be able to achieve their actual academic or professional potential.