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Understanding Global Economic Change and the Future of the Global Society

Andreu, Jose Miguel

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ISBN 10: 9332701482 / ISBN 13: 9789332701489
Published by Paul and Co Pub Consortium, 2015
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Title: Understanding Global Economic Change and the...

Publisher: Paul and Co Pub Consortium

Publication Date: 2015

Binding: HRD

Book Condition:New

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In the last six and a half decades, the world has meaningfully changed, particularly in relation to the acknowledgement of new needs of a collective nature, such as the provision of global public goods, the correction of global externalities, and the reduction of the per-capita income gap among nations. A major economic and political change in the world is underway with the shifting of the economic gravity center of the world toward Asia. Although many recognize that we live in a globalized world today, few have accepted that we urgently need to institutionalize democratic global governance, capable of producing and enforcing global economic regulations. As the need for more effective global governance is progressively felt by a growing majority of the global society, the establishment of a new democratic United Nations and subordinated agencies will finally emerge. After carefully analyzing the financial crisis starting in the United States in 2007 and moving to the European Union, and taking into consideration the current economic globalization without global democratic governance, this book proposes the reorganization of the United Nations on a democratic basis, which will progressively induce the disappearance of hegemonic powers, and the reorganization of the European Union by the creation of a selective Federation by eight to ten current members.

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José Miguel Andreu has published more than 150 articles and 15 books on macroeconomics, banking, and globalization. He is a former professor of economics at the Universities of Seville, Bilbao, Alcala de Henares, and UNED–Madrid. He served as economic advisor to the prime minister of Spain in the 1980s and was posted as head of the commercial office in the embassy of Spain in New Delhi from 2000 to 2003. Rita Dulci Rahman is a sociologist with expertise in international relations, development cooperation, international trade, conflict resolution, sustainable development, and responsible global governance. She is currently posted as a Netherlands ambassador to Malta.

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