Co-operatives, as far as I can see it, seem to be the way forward. Where you have a business where every employee has a vested interest in the business doing well, and the decisions made are through an understanding of what is required. Shareholders are only concerned with their dividend which results in business's being put under pressure to cut costs, even when the business is turning a profit (we live in a world that allows corporations to make large redundancies when turning a profit, yet these same companies made full benefit of 'cheap loans' from government bailouts). Germany won't keep bailing out Europe, China won't keep bailing out the US, and Russia will finally admit that Stalin isn't dead but has in fact had his brain implanted into Putin.
Brazil 20 (or whatever it's called) will reveal that the worlds' governments don't really have a clue what they're doing, but so long as the banks and big business's are happy we can screw the planet and every little poor person on it. Maybe they know that's it and that's why everyone's policies are so half-arsed? We'll all drink Chinese made Champagne as the earth implodes and the richest little fuckers will float off to Mars in business class toilet cubicles.