Globalisation- Complex Network Of Socio Economic Energy Centers
As well known, globalization is a process that encompasses the causes, course, and consequences of transnational and transcultural human activities, within a global network of economic, social and knowledge and human capital free migration. From the perspective of sustainable development that implies rational and holistic researches of market and society, meaning free intergovernmental global cooperation in the context of institutional complexity of nation state actors ,issues measured in the form of general and specific globalization indexes. In this framework, as it happens in reality where the utility ,rationality and externalities are primordially to social adaptive complexity in the energy centres approach of globalization inspired from Romanian interwar researcher Constantin Rãdulescu Motru, is important to understand globalisation as a complex network of energy centres, a space of interactions between rational agents that manifest conscious, character and rationality of economic, social, politic and cultural consequences.
Volume (Year): XIII (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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