Recent political and economic developments and associated changes in the practice and delivery of health and social care have led managers and professionals to recognize the importance and links between problem solving and decision-making skills. In particular, assessing the impact of political, economic, socio-cultural, environmental and other external influences upon health care policy, proposals and organizational programs is becoming a recognizable stage of health service strategic development and planning mechanisms. Undertaking this form of strategic analysis therefore is to diagnose the key issues that the organization needs to address.About political issues that include: Tax policy, and trade and tariff controls, Likely changes in the political environment, Government type and stability, and Social and employment legislation.About economic issues: Current and project economic growth, inflation and interest rates, Unemployment and labor supply, Levels of disposable income and income distribution, disturbance of petroleum and oil gas prices, also disturbance of currency prices ( dollar ), and impact of globalization.
Concerning economic views connected to the main alternative political attitudes: conservative, progressive or reformist, revolutionary. This is a most complex relationship, and it is difficult, if not impossible, to reach clear-cut conclusions about it.But markets are socio-political constructions. In the long run, their successful functioning depends on their legitimacy and support within civil society and that the welfare state might be important for the stability of an open international economy.What are alternatives and potential solutions to the investors to alleviate the impact of the risks of the investment?