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Modelul european in noua ordine mondiala


  • Cornel Ionescu

    (Universitatea „Spiru Haret” Bucuresti)


The global economy it’s a theoretical vision of a normative construction, of harmonization of movement freedom, of strengthen the social finality of economy for performances on conditions of progressive standards of global ensemble’s cohesion. Today, in theory and practice, three models of social and economic development are confronting with the globalization trends: the neo-liberal American model (Anglo-Saxon), the European model and the Asian model. The new European architecture wants to compete with the American economy, China gets closer with every step of this target, and Russia is not indifferent. The analysts state that for being able to tend to the superpower status, an entity has to fulfill three conditions: to have a performing economy, a powerful army, ready for battle in every moment, in any part of the globe, and, not at least a numerous population. They ask themselves if European Union will be a super-power of this century. We are asking ourselves if this global competition will not have a disastrous end for the humanity.

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  • Cornel Ionescu, 2006. "Modelul european in noua ordine mondiala," Theoretical and Applied Economics, Asociatia Generala a Economistilor din Romania - AGER, vol. 4(4(499)(su), pages 225-242, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:agr:journl:v:4(499)(supplement):y:2006:i:4(499)(supplement):p:225-242

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