This is just a rough outline that I have come up with, several different strategies for tackling the economy - Incentivize employers to train, offer more skills (not talking about more formal education in classrooms) - problem of lack of access to capital - Build new cities, invest in infrastructure in these new cities, maybe tax incentives for the wealthy to move to these new cities to create jobs there. This will help address the problem of affordability in overcrowded areas and job opportunities. - offer lower quality, preventative cost-saving healthcare handing out free stuff and cutting out the middle man, sometimes having a "gateway" to ration out resources that aren't really all that scarce is not practical or cost-effective - Eugenics, IQ, or at least screening for immigration, to make sure we're only taking in the best Pay more successful women to populate (In Singapore they were trying to incentivize more educated women to have more babies, even giving out free TVs at one point) - try to make sure the population growth does not expand faster than economic growth (since that can drive down wages) - put policies in place to address absentee land ownership, when it may be contributing to poverty in certain places. make sure the trade deficit is not leading to excessive absentee foreign ownership - possibly put in place some type of land value tax, which would only apply to individuals above a certain value threshold, and implemented through local governments. This would help make sure foreign owners / equity holders would not escape tax.