, Founder, Developer, Al Techlnologist, IWR DRMS; Co-organizer Netsquared NL, USA
The author proports to you that currently held views of nations and governments as possessive in singular economics, as well as resulting socioeconomic behaviors and challenges, is in fact mistaken from the onset.
Herein she endeavors the task, through the course of this research and it’s presentation to bring to light an awareness and understanding the interconnections of a singular and reactionary system. Separate only in the minds of nations this system is wholly interdependent and reactionary, as such it is merely a singular spoke of a global collective. Further as socioeconomic challenges among nations are equally diverse and interconnected, reactionary and affecting of the whole: internal communal and societal degradation, weakening financial systems, repressive and proportional representation systems and the rise of radical extremism.
Reactionary of the whole, the causation and resolutioning then too must come of the whole. A single unified global action effective of a singular unified system.
Keywords: socioeconomic challenges, global partnership, development.
JEL Classification: O1.
Cite as: Nelson, E. M. (2017). Socioeconomic Challenges – A Global Perspective Evaluating Invisible Connections-Resolutioning Necessary Global Collaborative. SocioEconomic Challenges, 1(3), 116-119. DOI: 10.21272/sec.1(3).116-119.2017
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