Amazon New World is an upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing

Amazon New World is an upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) by Amazon Games set to be released on September 28, 2021. Set in the mid-seventeenth century, players colonize a fictional land modeled after the Americas. The game will be using a buy-to-play business model, meaning there will be no monthly subscription fee. NW Coins are the main currency in Amazon New World, which can be used to buy many useful items, including weapons, armor, potions, etc.

The financial and economic crisis and the drastic situation in the Eurozone have shown the limitations of liberalised markets in ensuring – of their own accord – some sort of consistent order. For more than thirty years, our politicians have relied on the theory of efficient markets, i.e. on the generalised dismantling of barriers to trade, liberalisation of financial markets and the opening up and increased flexibility of labour markets. The financial and economic crisis almost completely shattered the illusions surrounding this theory. Without state rescue measures, the market would have plunged most of humanity into deep crisis.

The financial and economic crisis has deprived global markets of their authority. Global markets lack institutions which, at national level, ensure that markets function properly. A monetary framework, a legislative environment, a socio-political providing for distributional justice and a political authority with international legitimacy are missing at global level. It is only once we accept that markets are inefficient, i.e. that they do not work optimally in an economy of their own accord, that we are able to apply a different strategy: We need an approach involving political control and guidance of market forces. Therefore, international political authorities must – by the use of suitable rules, institutions and political measures – give the markets such direction.

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