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Author Ghista, Dhanjoo N.

Title Socio-economic democracy and the world government : collective capitalism, depovertization, human rights, template for sustainable peace / Dhanjoo N. Ghista
Published River Edge, N.J. : World Scientific, [2004]
©2004
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Description 1 online resource (xxviii, 287 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Section I From Under-Development to Self-Reliance -- Chapter 1 Introduction: A Kaleidoscopic Survey of Under-Development and Its Solution -- 1.1 Third World predicament -- 1.2 Asian economic scene -- 1.3 Functionally-sustainable communities for local economic empowerment and governance -- 1.4 Progressive socio-economic utilization system within FSCs -- 1.5 Alternative political structure for harmonious and peaceful psychology and living setup -- 1.6 Socio-economic democratic electoral and governance structure within FSCs -- 1.7 Stepwise global political restructuring -- 1.8 The economic system to be implemented at the grassroots level within FSC -- 1.9 The financial aspect of intra and inter RFD development and trading -- 1.10 World government and constitution for human rights and enlightened living -- Chapter 2 Third World Under-Development and Need for Self-Reliance -- 2.1 Under-development -- 2.2 Under-developed economy versus exploitative development -- 2.3 Economic colonization -- 2.4 Political apathy and indifference -- 2.5 Globalization: a neo-economic colonization? -- 2.6 The 8220;totally neglected Fourth World of culturally suppressed communities and destitutes -- 2.7 Neo Socio-economic-political order -- 2.8 Collective capitalism and Socio-economic democracy -- 2.9 Optimal utilization of resources within self-reliant communities -- Chapter 3 Functionally-Sustainable Communities: Socio-economic-political Framework -- 3.1 Etiology of under-development -- 3.2 Background and development strategy -- 3.3 Functionally-sustainable communities -- 3.4 FSC development through local empowerment -- 3.5 Community development through cooperatives -- 3.6 Towards a stable socio-economic democracy for a progressive society -- 3.7 People-centric governance -- 3.8 Community-development politicization (CDP) -- Chapter 4 Neo-global Political Governance Structure -- 4.1 Peoples dilemma and future -- 4.2 Formation of functionally-sustainable communities -- 4.3 Self-reliant economy -- 4.4 Neo-organization of world political structure -- 4.5 Illustration of the SEB-SEZ concept -- 4.6 Towards global stability -- 4.7 Formulation of the neo-political organization and governance system -- 4.8 Present-day lamentable societal setup versus neo societal order -- Chapter 5 Functionally-Sustainable Community (FSC) Design -- 5.1 For poverty eradication and Third World development -- 5.2 Planning for self-reliant regional development -- 5.3 Community development engineering and SRC design -- 5.4 FSC implementation through collective capitalism and socio-economic democracy -- 5.5 For local and regional development and self-reliance -- 5.6 Educational program -- 5.7 Societal impact -- Section II From Corporatism to Cooperatism, and Power-Politics to Peace-Politics -- Chapter 6 For an Enlightened Human Society -- 6.1 Progressive human society -- 6.2 Collective psychology -- 6.3 Human values and law -- 6.4 Constitutional law -- 6.5 Synergism in society -- 6.6 For renaissance in society -- Chapter 7 Corporate Capitalism to Cooperative Capitalism and Social Democracy -- 7.1 Our disabled human society needs rehabilization -- 7.2 Replacement of problematic economic political systems -- 7.3 Indigenous peoples empowerment -- 7.4 Self-dismantling of corporate capitalism -- 7.5 Reforming the corporations management culture -- 7.6 Ca
Summary 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
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Capitalism -- Social aspects.
Human rights.
International organization.
Poverty -- International cooperation.
Socialism.
Developing countries.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1281880744
9781281880741
9789812567260 (electronic bk.)
9812567267 (electronic bk.)
(hbk.)