3.4 Economic Subsidiarity and Geography
Economic power is affected by where it is applied: economic subsidiarity and geography are interconnected factors to be considered.
economic regulation is multi-layered, nationally and internationally
economic growth is fuelled by moving work to where it can be most cheaply done
the availability of labour is affected by birth rates and migration
financial services and institutions are increasingly globalised
it affects autonomy and prosperity in different parts of a country or region
financial assistance for the needy may be national or international
These interconnected factors, of economic subsidiarity and geography, affect the contentious issues that are described in the next segment.