Robert Neuwirth addresses his audience by making an argument in favor of pirates, squatters and smugglers, stating that in the future, half of the world's economic growth will be produced by members of the informal economy and their activities; consequently, they should be accounted for, even though they are considered by some to be illegal workers. He explains how the so-called System D operates and develops, describing how it makes economy thrive, forcing the markets to compete with their creative commerce strategies. He comments on how governments, by neglecting to acknowledge that the informal economy is a source of human development and creation of job opportunities, have failed to realize that it's they who have the power to raise, equalize and change the inequitable distribution of wealth.
Robert Neuwirth is an American journalist and author of the books…
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