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Title Living in the global society / editors, Roberto Papini, Antonio Pavan, Stefano Zamagni ; authors, Luigi Abete [and others].
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.


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Description 1 online resource
Series Routledge revivals
Routledge revivals.
Note Originally published 1997 by Ashgate Publishing.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note Papers originally presented at an international conference on the topic "Economics: for what kind of future?", held in Rome, Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 1995 and organized by the International Jacques Maritain Institute in association with the Institute of Moral Theology of Fribourg University, Switzerland, and the Maria SS. Assunta University of Rome.
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Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed January 24, 2019).
Subject International economic relations -- Congresses.
Economic development -- Congresses.
Genre Conference papers and proceedings.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; The authors; Foreword; Preface: Towards sustainable globalisation; Preliminary remarks; 1 Giving economic globalisation a human meaning; 2 A new international monetary order; Introduction; 3 Living in the global society: Economic strategies and institutions; Part One: Development or underdevelopment?; 4 The impact of culture on development; 5 Development, inequality, social exclusion; 6 Development and underdevelopment in Latin America; 7 Development in Asia: A view from below; 8 Economic invasion and its effects on Asian cultures
9 African strategies in the emerging global, political and economic equilibrium10 North-South relations in the statements of the European Catholic Bishops; 11 The Church for a human economy, the basis of peace; Part Two: Economic globalisation: New regionalism and margialisation; 12 Freedom of trade, globalisation and economic interdependence: Factors for progress and strengthening of world peace; 13 Economic globalisation and the developing countries; 14 The financialisation of the world and the risks of not making sense
15 Globalisation or exclusion? An historic challenge for Europe and the post-communist countries16 Globalisation of the economy, dualisation of society and the rise in unemployment and poverty; 17 Migration: The advent of a new world?; 18 Globalisation and the Italian economy; 19 An economy that avoids exclusion; Part Three: What kind of international political and economic equilibrium?; 20 Globalisation processes and economic democracy: The role of Europe; 21 Globalisation as specificity of post-industrial economies: Economic implications and ethical options
22 Globalisation and value systems23 Co-operation, international institutions and globalisation; 24 Economic growth or human development? An economy at the service of humankind; Part Four: Ideas for a debate: Towards co-operative competition; Introduction: Towards co-operative competition?; 25 Co-operative competition is possible; 26 Ethical signposts for a new world economic order; 27 Beyond the myth of competitiveness: Disarming the economy for a new world social contract; 28 Co-operative competition or competitive co-operation?; 29 The community: Towards competition and co-operation
Conclusions30 Some final considerations; 31 Governing globalisation: Ideas from a conference
Other Author Papini, Roberto, 1938- editor.
Pavan, Antonio, editor.
Zamagni, Stefano, editor.
Institut international Jacques Maritain.
Université de Fribourg. Institut de théologie morale.
Istituto universitario pareggiato di magistero "Maria SS. Assunta."