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RE: Prevent, Solve or Manage

in Economics11 months ago

The problems with the highest risk are problems that can be prevented but not solved or managed

Not sure if understand this right. So basically, the problems with highest risk can not be solved, therefore preventing it from happening is the only opened solution? Otherwise the system will collapse?

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I think of it more as the other way round. If a problem can be prevented but not solved or managed, it is critical to prevent it as there is nothing to fall back on. For example, if there is an explosion on a plane, the plane will crash. There is very little that can be done. Therefore, it is essential to prevent explosions occurring on planes.

I expressed my self poorly. Great article, the only bad thing around your content is that I have to be 100% concentrated in order to understand everything haha.

Keep em coming :D