Ethical Corporatism Tagging System

Tarig Anter on Protect & Reinvent Democracy

To achieve healthy capitalism and to protect the people from corporate abuses and corruption a new universal system of labeling for all products and services must be designed and implemented globally. The ingredients of each product or service are composed from not only the physical components but more importantly from the processes involved in the final output.

All corporations and businesses in general must be held accountable and be observed by consumers, employees, the community, and the state departments. For this purpose a tagging system shall be put in place to measure and publicize on any product and any service on the performance of the production business for the total and each of at least the following issues:

Executive pay
Excessive advertisement
Unfair advertisement
Labor welfare
Unions’ participation
Capital distribution
Political leverage
Environmental responsibility
Social contributions
Fair play
Equal opportunities
Financial transparency
 

Some examples of pioneering organizations and…

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Technology Production Outline Summary

Tarig Anter on Protect & Reinvent Democracy

Technology Production Technology Production

Types of Projects:

  1. New material
  2. Improved material
  3. New product
  4. Improved product
  5. New service
  6. Improved service
  7. New process
  8. Improved process
  9. New business
  10. Improved business

Proposal Content:

  1. Project title
  2. Level of engagement
  3. Problem description
  4. Literature review
  5. Proposed solution
  6. Approach methods
  7. Essential requirements
  8. Time frame
  9. Required budget
  10. Expected results

Services Provided:

  1. Legal protection
  2. Technical support
  3. Documentation database
  4. Prototype funding
  5. Laboratory experimentation
  6. Investment promotion
  7. Commercial follow-up
  8. Financial recovery
  9. Product marketing
  10. Training feedback

Projects Contributors:

  1. Inventors and developers
  2. Government departments
  3. Research institutions
  4. Businesses and entrepreneurs
  5. Public and consumers
  6. Legislative authorities
  7. Experts’ pool
  8. Mass media
  9. Financial markets
  10. Innovation hub

Priority Domains:

  1. Education
  2. Farming
  3. Health
  4. Housing
  5. Communication
  6. Construction
  7. Machinery
  8. Tools
  9. Transportation
  10. Materials

Scaling of Projects:

  1. Strategic priority
  2. Low budget & short time-frame
  3. Medium budget & short time-frame
  4. High budget & short time-frame
  5. Low budget & medium time-frame
  6. Medium budget & time-frame
  7. High budget & medium time-frame
  8. Low budget & long time-frame
  9. Medium budget & long…

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