Mogic thinks

We are using a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of the process in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane

What will cause externalities in the future

I started with a difficult word: externality.

Economic terms, according to Wiki.

Externality refers to the fact that the decisions (actions and economic activities) of one economic entity affect the decisions of other economic entities. In general, economics assumes that the decisions of one economic entity do not affect the decisions of other economic entities, but in reality, there are cases where the influence of other economic entities cannot be ignored. However, in reality, there are cases where the influence of other economic agents cannot be ignored, and the concept of externality was devised to deal with such cases.

It will be.

I know I'm making a difficult statement about something so obvious, but simply put, "When someone does something, someone else may be affected in unexpected ways. Let's take a look at all of them together.

For example, when too many trees are cut down in the mountains, the sediment flows out, gradually reducing the nutrient content of the water, which in turn reduces the plankton in the estuaries, making it difficult to catch fish. If the lumberjacks' interests alone are taken into account, the fishermen will be unexpectedly affected.

In business, I think it is very important to look at the possibility of externalities that will happen someday rather than externalities that happen now.

I'm quoting from something that just suggested an externality that will be created in the future.

Extreme Economy

Urbanization is a prime example of a future that we know for sure is coming.

In the 1950s, more than 70 percent of the world's population lived in rural areas.

The problems considered in economics were rural problems for most people.

Over the years since then, towns and cities have grown and shrunk as a result of the migration of people.

2007 was a notable year in which the world's urban population exceeded its rural population for the first time.

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By 2050, the pattern of a century ago will be reversed, with 70 percent of the population living in urban areas.

The economy of agglomeration, once discussed by Alfred Marshall, will become even more powerful.

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The most important trends for the next decade are aging, technology, and inequality.

These are three common global trends that are already causing great concern and are likely to intensify in the future.

In both cases, I feel that the importance of new education will increase.

I don't know what the future holds yet, but I hope to sincerely learn about the new things that will be born.