Economic progressivism

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경제적 진보주의 (Economic progressivism)는 사회 정의에 뿌리를 두고 정부의 규제, 사회 보호 및 공공재의 유지를 통해 인간의 삶의 질을 개선시키려는 사상을 의미한다. 경제적 진보주의는 경제적 입장에서의 진보적 입장에 국한되기 때문에 이러한 입장은 사회보수주의에 해당하는 이념과도 쉽게 결합할 수 있다. 반면 경제적 진보주의는 사회자유주의에 해당하는 이념과도 종종 결합했는데 경제적 진보주의가 사회자유주의와 결합된 사례로는 1930년대 전반에 걸쳐 시행된 뉴딜 정책이 있다. rdf:langString
Economic progressivism or fiscal progressivism is a political and economic philosophy incorporating the socioeconomic principles of social democrats and political progressives. These views are often rooted in the concept of social justice and have the goal of improving the human condition through government regulation, social protections and the maintenance of public goods. It is not to be confused with the more general idea of progress in relation to economic growth. rdf:langString
El progresismo económico (no confundir con la idea más general del Progreso en relación con el crecimiento económico) es una filosofía política que incorpora los principios socioeconómicos de los socialdemócratas y progresistas políticos. Estos puntos de vista a menudo están enraizados en el concepto de justicia social, y tienen el objetivo de mejorar la condición humana a través de una planificación económica central basada en el gobierno. rdf:langString
rdf:langString Economic progressivism
rdf:langString Progresismo económico
rdf:langString 경제적 진보주의
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rdf:langString El progresismo económico (no confundir con la idea más general del Progreso en relación con el crecimiento económico) es una filosofía política que incorpora los principios socioeconómicos de los socialdemócratas y progresistas políticos. Estos puntos de vista a menudo están enraizados en el concepto de justicia social, y tienen el objetivo de mejorar la condición humana a través de una planificación económica central basada en el gobierno. El progresismo económico se basa en la idea de que los mercados libres son intrínsecamente injustos, favoreciendo a las grandes corporaciones y a los ricos. Los progresistas creen que un mercado justo debería dar lugar a una distribución normal de la riqueza, pero en la mayoría de los países, los ricos ganan ingresos desproporcionados. Por lo tanto, los progresistas abogan por controlar los mercados a través de protecciones públicas que, en su opinión, favorecerán la movilidad ascendente y disminuirán la desigualdad de ingresos. Las políticas económicas específicas que se consideran progresistas incluyen: impuestos progresivos y redistribución obligatoria del ingreso con el fin de reducir las desigualdades de la riqueza, un paquete integral de servicios públicos, atención sanitaria universal, educación pública, seguridad social, leyes de salario mínimo, leyes antimonopolio, legislación que proteja los derechos de los trabajadores y los derechos de los sindicatos, y un estado del bienestar. La filosofía económica progresista se define típicamente en oposición al liberalismo económico (conocido en algunos países como libertarianismo económico), la economía de Laissez-faire, y las conclusiones de la Escuela Austriaca de Economía. Muchas organizaciones que promueven el progresismo económico pueden caracterizarse como anti-capitalistas e incluyen principios y políticas basadas en el keynesianismo, el marxismo y otras escuelas izquierdistas de pensamiento socioeconómico.
rdf:langString Economic progressivism or fiscal progressivism is a political and economic philosophy incorporating the socioeconomic principles of social democrats and political progressives. These views are often rooted in the concept of social justice and have the goal of improving the human condition through government regulation, social protections and the maintenance of public goods. It is not to be confused with the more general idea of progress in relation to economic growth. Economic progressivism is based on the idea that capitalist markets left to operate with limited government regulation are inherently unfair, favoring big business, large corporations and the wealthy. Progressives believe that a fair market should result in a normal distribution of wealth, but in most countries the wealthy earn heavily disproportionate incomes. Hence, progressives advocate controlling the markets through public protections that they believe will favor upward mobility, diminish income inequality and reverse marginalization. Specific economic policies that are considered progressive include progressive taxes, income redistribution aimed at reducing inequalities of wealth, a comprehensive package of public services, universal health care, resisting involuntary unemployment, public education, social security, minimum wage laws, antitrust laws, legislation protecting workers' rights and the rights of trade unions and a welfare state. The progressive economic philosophy is typically defined in opposition to economic liberalism (although social liberals can sometimes be included), laissez-faire and the conclusions of Austrian and Chicago economics. Many organizations that promote economic progressivism can be characterized from a range of applying criticism of capitalism to being anti-capitalist and include principles and policies based on Keynesianism, Marxism and other left-wing schools of socioeconomic thought. Economic progressivism can also be seen as a potential response to and treatment of social and economic problems such as affluenza, environmental racism, inverted totalitarianism, market fundamentalism, wage slavery, and "socialism for the rich and capitalism for the poor" as well as a counter-argument to the culture of capitalism, prosperity theology and rugged individualism.
rdf:langString 경제적 진보주의 (Economic progressivism)는 사회 정의에 뿌리를 두고 정부의 규제, 사회 보호 및 공공재의 유지를 통해 인간의 삶의 질을 개선시키려는 사상을 의미한다. 경제적 진보주의는 경제적 입장에서의 진보적 입장에 국한되기 때문에 이러한 입장은 사회보수주의에 해당하는 이념과도 쉽게 결합할 수 있다. 반면 경제적 진보주의는 사회자유주의에 해당하는 이념과도 종종 결합했는데 경제적 진보주의가 사회자유주의와 결합된 사례로는 1930년대 전반에 걸쳐 시행된 뉴딜 정책이 있다.
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