One of the main functions of strategic analysis is to detect the changes in the evolution of theoretical and practical paradigms that shape argument and the shaping of policies, supporting legislation and regulations. As a result of the very significant changes in technologies and structure of sectors just within the last 50 years there is a constant evolution in paradigms in the carrying capacity of the planet, technologies being applied and therefore economics.

In some areas of policy there has been maintained a cocooning of decision making to distance any participation in the process by the electorate. This most significant example in monetary policy which today tends to lie in the domain of central banks which lack parliamentary oversight. Monetary policy seldom is mentioned in elections and in never an item used to solicit a vote one way or another. This issue became more significant as monetary policy became a generalized macroeconomic component more generally known as monetarism. Monetarism has become the dominant macroeconomic force over the last 50 years starting out with the removal of significant financial sector regulations in the 1980s and 1990s, globalization, financialization and more recently quantitative easing.

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