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Meet Three Women Economists Who Are Redefining the Capitalist Economy

Three women with invaluable success in global leadership are restructuring the capitalist economy in a unique way. 

The Woman Post | Abby Araujo

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Capitalism is one of the most controversial issues that have marked society and capital around the world because the system is grounded that the means of manufacture are privately owned, that is, companies own their production. Most of the time, however, male experts are singled out, as is in the case of Linda Yueh's book, with its title "The Great Economists", which names Adam Smith, David Ricardo, Karl Marx, Alfred Marshall, Irving Fisher, John Maynard Keynes, Joseph Schumpeter, Friedrich Hayek, Milton Friedman, Douglas North, and Robert Solow. On the contrary, we will mention women with excellent leadership potential who have restructured the global economy. 

Angela Merkel

Angela Merkel is the most influential woman, who has managed to convey authority throughout her career, as chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and President of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), according to Roberto Ortiz de Zárate of the Portal Web Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB). It is even behind all the hegemony of the German economy, which without financial debugging and good discipline could never exist confidence in the euro. 

On the other hand, she provided several constructive solutions in a succession of specific sections this emphasizes her mastery of the subject and the versatility of her great personality, marking her in history as the benefactor of an impending endangered euro.

Ursula Von der Leyen

Ursula Von der Leyen began with proposals for environmental protection, however, sometime later she became the manager of the COVID-19 health crisis. At first, the president of the European Commission showed pleased, but then she expressed her worst face because member nations closed their borders, they did not want to collaborate by manifesting themselves as materialists. However, it is now struggling to achieve greater intervention among the countries that make up it, according to the DW Made for Minds Web Portal. 

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On the other hand, she is flattered for being intelligent, competent, and timely, but she is also reproached for her presidentialism and her ambition to put it all together.

Christine Lagarde

Christine Lagarde is the woman who holds the future of Europe's financial development in her possession, with the position of President of the European Central Bank (ECB). However, she pointed out in the Davos Agenda called "Restoring Economic Growth", or the special edition of the World Economic Forum (WEF), that we still think that 2021 would be a two-phase evolution period, one virtual in January and one face-to-face in August, providing a post-pandemic start, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF) Web Portal.

Democratic, digital, ecological, and economic recovery

In the European Commission, there is a real purpose of recovering from six priorities that were expressed for the 2019-2024 plan, these firsts are as follows: a European green pact, a Europe suited to the digital age, an economy at the service of people, a stronger nation in the world, a boost in our way of life and finally a new launch to democracy, according to the Official Website of the European Union. 

These three important and valuable women have worked together for a long time and have developed, including improved diplomatic skills, expertise, and talent through the leadership and invaluable success of each of them.