Inteligencia prospectiva de seguridad económica
AbstractWorld economic crisis has caused instability and insecurity in a way that Human Security was seriously challenged. Information failures as well as the incapacity to estimate an instable future has proved the needs for tools to estimate the future. Complexity within the international system makes unavoidable the existance of some unmeasurable uncertainty. Fortuitous events, or accidents, are one of the main future threats to world economic stability and security. The States are competing within the market against business companies for the benefits of strategic resources. Business Intelligence and prospective (as a complementary discipline) are both necessary tools to compete in such a complex system.
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Volume (Year): 76 (2011)
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