THE INSTITUTIONS DEVELOPED IN THE EU - EURASIA AND THE ROLE OF BALKAN COUNTRIES – GEOPOLITICAL AND GEO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
Published: 21 Aug 2015
Abstract: The particular modern “western” economy is currently in a marginal position. The relationships developed in the past between the EU and the countries of Eurasia were developed given the primacy of EU The deviations, caused by existing economic institutions as a result of the depletion of the EU reserves and the composition of the new institutions being developed in Eurasia, highlighted new forces changing the geo-economics and geopolitical balances. The wide internationalized and globalized economy has no effective management methods. Hysteresis of management of the economy methods widely internationalized and globalized economy showed new forces, combined with the impasse that led the geo-economic component of Globalization. The West began to lose its sovereignty to productive resources such as land redistribution did not entail redistribution of income, so the geostrategic from the side of the West, which is currently applicable is evident that it has not resulted in the expected economic growth.
Keywords: management, transitivity, contrasts, institutions, eurasia, repositioning
Cite this article: Efstratios Kypriotelis. THE INSTITUTIONS DEVELOPED IN THE EU - EURASIA AND THE ROLE OF BALKAN COUNTRIES – GEOPOLITICAL AND GEO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Economy & Business 9, 253-274 (2015). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1000865/
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