Despre tensiunea local – global în economia mondială contemporană
[About the local-global tension in the contemporary world economy]
Under the circumstances of an accelerated world economy globalization during the last decades, the local-global tensions occur, with various intensity, in all significant aspects of human life: social, politic, economic, cultural, religious. The study tries, in a holistic approach, to identify the main transmitting vectors of tensions and the possible ways to avoid their degeneration into irreversible conflict situations. A synthetic matrix is presented in the end, summarizing the local-global tensions and pointing out adverse local effects with global reverse.
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