Gunter OGGER( Editor and founder of Technology Capital Journal High Tech.)
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Biography Gunter OGGER
He was editor and founder of Technology Capital Journal High Tech. He worked as an advisor and consultant for various publishing houses, radio and television stations, as well as for some industrial companies, has written for tabloid magazines and special periodically print. From his pen came Die Grц+nderjahre ( 'Years of company promotion'), . History Fugger Kauf dir einen Kaiser ( 'Buy yourself Kaiser') and Nieten in Nadelstreifen ( 'Pops in thin strips'), . - Books, . which for years stood high in the bestseller lists,
. Gunter Ogger lives in Munich and in South Tyrol (Austrian-Italian territory in the southern Alps).
Among his last works, it should be noted the book KцTnig Kunde. ( 'Client - King') and Absahnen und abhauen ( 'Profitirovat and hide'). Ogger shows that properly designed economic and social policies of the German society in a situation where the instant change is inevitable, but hardly made. He sees dissected into two nonequilibrium class society: the few rich and the huge avalanche malozarabatyvayuschih. This 'explosive mixture' is still in Germany was not known. And this system of departmental revisions, with very far-reaching social assistance, but frozen in the old ideas, does little to change something. As the best example Ogger offers a system the United States, functioning more optimally. Americans with an increase in production came to almost full employment, with the situation in Germany is becoming harder. Only a few laws, regulations and free market economy seem to be possible for him to solve problems in the German state.
. Guenther Ogger his provocative thesis is preparing explosives for a political debate: to eliminate self-service state, the tax screw should be vkruchen ago
. Political class and all those who profited from today's conditions, will all the forces to oppose changes. Thus the need for reform! Ordinary peaceful civil way, just as happened in the former GDR.