Ecologization of Economics

Social inclusion in economics is based on the idea that economics is not enough to produce a sustainable welfare increase. In facts, it should take into account individuals and social groups. They are in facts members of a society who equally share valuable portions of the internal wealth that will produce a desirable growth. At the same time, the awareness is increasing among many that beyond revenue and wealth, welfare also depends on non-monetary factors, such as health and education. The long term main challenge of the concept of “Ecology of the economy” is to promote new economic models that place well-being into a complex and longlasting context. Both at macro and micro level, new financial, managerial, or administrative techniques are needed in order to proceed to a valuable analysis, evaluation and action, aiming at a new economy based on sustainable growth for all.