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The current election process of representatives for the national lawmaking institution and top administrative leaders is -- and the politicians’ campaigns are -- very time consuming and extremely expensive. An election process – the occupational representation and the Electoral College based on such an election process -- with new types of lawmaking and administrative setups by two top elected administrators is less expensive. It would be similar to the election of the president and board members of the association representing an occupation, with modern computer and electronic facilities available to each voter at home or in a county office.
The elected representatives -- most probably highly capable, active, and efficient men with great leadership qualities in their occupations -- might then work intensively with great interest for the well-being of all the members. They may have greater ability to decide how to improve the well-being of all, rather than just segments of people, in terms of economic security, health, safety and peace.
Since economists might not have clout in public policy decisions in any country, in general, the public has to be made aware that there is a great need for guiding the new type of lawmakers, including all the top and famous economists, including Nobel Prize winners, in economic sciences, top social scientists, all billionaires (about 400), Nobel peace Prize winners, executives of top companies, great humane leaders, editors of top news papers, top journalists of the media in the world, organizations advocating world peace and financial security, and those in the entire world, who are interested in permanent world peace and a new type economic structure, which assures financial safety and fairness to all stakeholders to establish a financially sound and powerful institution. In the future, the public might lead a peaceful revolution for achieving this desirable goal.
358 pages in length, Is Democratic Occupational Representation in the National Lawmaking Institution Not an Enlightened Goal? For Least-Cost-Election of Lawmakers and Top Administrators and Fair Representation: Magnanimous Peaceful Revolution Is Needed For Achieving This Goal In The Modern World is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the business, economics, accounting and finances category. With U.S. wholesale distribution through Ingram and Baker & Taylor, and pervasive online availability through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and elsewhere, Is Democratic Occupational Representation in the National Lawmaking Institution Not an Enlightened Goal? For Least-Cost-Election of Lawmakers and Top Administrators and Fair Representation: meets consumer demand through both retail and library markets with a suggested retail price of $39.95.
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About the author:
Venkareddy Chennareddy, M.A. (Economics), M.Sc (Statistics) from Andhra University, Waltair, Andhra Pradesh, India and a PhD in an economics area from the Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A., worked in India as Research Officer and Senior Research Officer in an economics survey research project financed by the Government of India. In the U.S.A., he has worked in various institutions: Michigan State University, as a Graduate Assistant during his PhD program; Tennessee Valley Authority; Saginaw Valley State University; University of Wisconsin at Platteville, as Assistant and Associate Professor of Economics; Southern Research Institute, as a Research and a Senior Economist; Daniel Payne College, as a Professor of Business; Talladega College, as an Acting Chairman, Department of Economics and Associate Professor of Economics; U.S. Federal Government in Washington, D.C. during three summers; and the U.S. Government Accountability Office, Government of the District of Columbia, Economics department, with title as a Consultant for about eight months, detailed by the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Venkareddy Chennareddy retired as a Senior Economist in the Center For Economics, Applied Research Methodology Division, U.S. Government Accountability Office on January 3, 2006. Venkareddy Chennareddy is married to Sulochana Chennareddy and has two daughters and grandchildren.
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