Автор: Franklin D., Andrews John Название: Megachange: The World in 2050 ISBN: 1118180445 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781118180440 Издательство: Неизвестно Цена: 3568 р. Наличие на складе: Невозможна поставка.
Описание: A look at the fundamental trends that are changing the world, from the experts at "The Economist"
"Megatrends" are great forces in societal development that have profound impacts on states, markets, and civil society in the now and for the years to come. They can effectively be employed as a starting point for analyzing our world. "Megachange: The World in 2050" looks at these sweeping, fundamental trends that are changing the world faster than at any time in human history.
Including chapters on approximately twenty of these "megatrends," each elegantly outlined by contributors from "The Economist," and rich in supporting facts and graphics, the book is a compelling read as well as a valuable research and reference tool.Groups the "megatrends" that are shaping our world into several categories: People, Life and Death, Economy and Business, and KnowledgeEach trend is covered in a concise but detailed chapter written by an expert from "The Economist"Edited by Daniel Franklin, Executive Editor of "The Economist"
Packed with important information about the forces that shape our world, "Megachange" is a fascinating new look to the future from the experts at "The Economist."
Описание: Big, unexpected changes are here to staySlow, incremental change has become a relic of the past. Today's shifts come fast and big. They are what Darrell West calls megachanges, in which dramatic disruptions in trends and policies occur on a regular basis.Domestically, we can see megachange at work in the new attitudes and policies toward same-sex marriage, health care, smoking, and even the widespread legalization of marijuana use. Globally, we have seen the extraordinary rise and then collapse of the Arab Spring, the emergence of religious zealotry, the growing influence of non-state actors, the spread of ISIS-fomented terrorism, the rise of new economic and political powers in Asia, and the fracturing of once-stable international alliances.Long-held assumptions have been shattered, and the proliferation of unexpected events is confounding experts in the United States and around the globe. Many of the social and political institutions that used to anchor domestic and international politics have grown weak or are in need to dramatic reform. What to do? West says that we should alter our expectations about the speed and magnitude of political and social change. We also need to recognize that many of our current governing processes are geared to slow deliberation and promote incremental change, not large-scale transformation. With megachange becoming the new normal, our domestic and global institutions must develop the ability to tackle the massive economic, political, and social shifts that we face.
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