Implementable Policy Formula (IPF)

The world leaders are exerting major proficiencies when navigating the tidal waves represented by jurisdictional boundaries in the global political and economic arena, while maintaining the commitment to their own citizens to deliver a tangible global economic solution.

Despite the foregoing, the diminishing trust the world is experiencing between political leaders and the very citizen they represents is widening. According to global experts, the G20’s actions are not meeting the economic aspirations of the world. The cause of the above is not exclusive to the political leaders but it extends to encompass each and every single one of us, we must all be part of the solution.

We must have the participation of main segments of the economic sphere working in concert together capitalizing on their capabilities and jurisdictions. This is the foundation of the Implementable Policy Formula (IPF).

 

THE IPF IS BASED ON THE FOLLOWING COMPONENTS:

I. Common Denominator Among Policies:
The most common and comprehensive denominator of these tangible and quantifiable policies that has a rapid and direct impact on the real economy.
II. Validation From The Ground Level:
It is of paramount importance that policy benefits are validated by listening to the voice of the real economy participants at the ground level.
III. Industry Capability & Commitment:
Once the policy’s benefits are validated we must secure the related industry resources that ensure rapid implementation.

HOW CAN THE IPF BE REALIZED?

I. During the 2015 Turkey B20, the Digital Economy was identified as a cross cutting theme impacting 17 of 25 key B20 Task Force recommendations to G20 policy makers. This is the Common Denominator among policies makers in 2015: the Digital Economy

II. At the joint 2015 Turkey B20 Task force sessions convened with the OECD in Paris, GCEL launched the G20 Nations Case Study. To date 85% of G20 citizens have committed to perform the case study, 40% have been completed of which 90% have defined how the Digital Economy tools should look like so they can do a better job on the ground level. This is the required Validation From The Ground Level: the Real Economy Participants

III. The world’s top 26 technology firms servicing 60% of the world’s GDP and who compete with each other every day, unprecedentedly and for the first time in history have executed exclusive agreements with GCEL to work hand- in-hand to deliver the required tool globally at no cost to the end user. This is the Industry Capability & Commitment: the Digital Industry Leaders


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ADDRESSING THE DIMINISHING TRUST BETWEEN POLICY MAKERS AND THE WORLD’S CITIZENS IS ALL OF OUR RESPONSIBILITY
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