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Strategic Intervention (L4)

The Core: Community-centred Principles

Government and the economic condition of its society interact powerfully. ClosedWhy?

Governmental intervention should aim to benefit the community as a whole, which explains the «strategic» qualifier. This is also why community-centred principles are required. So this is where:

Intervention Marks a Watershed

Strategic interventions powerfully affect people, and a good design is often possible.

ClosedMany interventions link to other levels.

ClosedFailure is common. 

To this point, there has been government work on beliefs (L3), enforcement (L2) and affirmation of enterprise (L1), but no engagement at all with economic realities. The next three Levels remedy this deficiency by their orientation to the quality of any intervention.

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