For Keynes

I propose the basic income within the Alternative theory, whose meaning refers to the same etymology of the word alternative, ex officio alter, which means another source. Or start to understand the work as something secondary and that it does not have to remain the only primary source of a salary or other economic rights, retirement, benefits etc. Unemployment would be integrated in the economic process and in the development of society, fulfilling a social function, as I analyzed the manifesto the revolution of unemployment. Keynes understood that the thesis of Ricardo and Say, bid creates his demand, and the Marshall, saving leads to investment are optical illusions. However he falls into another identical. Subsequent to the Keynesian era neoliberal postulates again with three great theoretical classical theses of the offer, Coffee, Kempf and Roberts, whose ultraliberal analysis leads them to the conclusion that liberalization must be absolute without the slightest public intervention and reduce tax burdens to boost the supply of products and investments. It happens that the increase in supply generates wealth, but up to a limit, when it leaves there is demand. Therefore the model of Keynes is more balanced because demand limits the offer and if the first does not give for more growth stabilizes.

It is what the same Keynes stressed, under the influence that called the liquidity trap: an interest rate low to make economic adjustments manages to increase monetary perceptions, but saving and titles will not pay interests from the social point of view, since the hoarding does not produce any economic effect. For Keynes main disadvantages of the economy of the 1930s were the inability to seek the full occupation and arbitrary and unequal distribution of wealth and income. Regarding the first part proposes that the State assume more responsibility in the Organization of the investments. As for the second part of his approach understands that if it is promoted consumption increases capital and allows you to redistribute more income, since to invest more there is more work and more people who earn a salary.