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Conflicts at global and local levels: economics and mathematical methods and models of stability research

  • Varshavsky Alexander

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    (Central Economics and Mathematics Institute RAS)

  • Varshavsky Leonid

The work is devoted to urgent problems of the analysis and forecasting of conflicts at global and local levels on the basis of economics and mathematical methods and models. The received results permit to deepen understanding geopolitical processes occurring at present in the world. On their basis the recommendations aimed on increase of stability and prevention of possible conflicts are developed. Section I is prepared by A.E.Varshavsky (Sc.D.), section II - by L.E.Varshavsky (Ph.D.). For researchers and specialists in global strategic and geopolitical problems as well as in problems of conversion and disarmament.

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This book is provided by Socionet in its series Books of Alexander Varshavsky with number e1995-1 and published in 1995.
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