Socio-economic Democracy and the World Government: Collective Capitalism, Depovertization, Human Rights, Template for Sustainable Peace
World Scientific, 2004 - 287 Seiten
This book is novel and innovative, offering guidelines for theadvancement of developing countries, in the context of aneo-humanistic global economic-political order, involving theestablishment of autonomously governed functionally sustainablecommunities (FSCs), and promoting collective capitalism, partylesssocio-economic democracy and people-centered governance at thegrass-roots level.
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Dhanjoo N Ghista
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