Challenges Toward a Moral Market: Creative (e-)Partnership
Victoria University of Technology - Center for Strategic Economic Studies (CSES); National Defence College, Romania; World Economy Institute/National Economic Research Institute (NERI); Romanian Academy - SSEJS/Socio-Economic Cybernetic Commission/CRIFST/DLMFS/Interdiscipinary Research Group
Academy of Economic Studies
January 6, 2011
The complexity of the governance, the complexity of representing and solving the local and global problems, regarding the education, participation and globalisation, seems to be dependent on the open/closed appearance of the alternatives background.
It is not a crisp appearance; it is a fuzzy and subtle-adaptive one. Would a brilliant synthesis provide “inner solutions” toward the governance problems representing and solving? The Cold War was promoted into a bipolar world; but within a variety of degrees from 1945 till 1989. Were there “inner solutions” reflecting the hidden dynamics of that global conflict? Over propaganda, over its synthesis, are there mental constructs toward global conflicts diminish and solving? If yes, are those constructs inner or obtained by the humankind. Is there a synthetically historic trace?
Regarding our contemporary dialoged world (albeit on a monopolar world background), would the Cold War synthetically historic trace improve the contemporary participation according to a globalised educational aim? Are all these questions dependent on the desire, acting and forecasting efforts toward a Moral Market?
Is a quite utopian construct, as Creative (e-)Partnership, a step by step thinking pattern toward Moral Market efforts?
Number of Pages in PDF File: 13
Keywords: complexity of representing, solving the local and global problems, education, globalisation, governance, participation
JEL Classification: A19, C99, D89, P59working papers series
Date posted: January 7, 2011
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