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  • economics
  • Policymakers harbored concerns regarding the economics, Swedish and international political respects, implementation procedures, and societal effects, which included long-term ones. (springer.com)
  • point of v
  • One of the effective methods to get this awareness is by studying the socio-ethical problems from Islamic point of view. (al-islam.org)
  • 'Inner Voice' is a collection of small articles mostly on socio-ethical problems from the Islamic point of view. (al-islam.org)
  • solve
  • Getting inspiration from the "natural" way to handle some of the burning problems of energy and water in order to solve them effectively with one system is great. (slideplayer.com)
  • Think
  • This authorization colleagues from new philosophers( political as the birth, Veilig Thuis and the thought) think an natural consciousness about bed everyone in Roermond. (siamgemimports.com)
  • make
  • We have to work within our political system to share the facts about what is going on, and make ethical choices about what is right and what is wrong, what we have to do and what we have to stop doing. (berkeley.edu)
  • process
  • PLO02 Develop an understanding of the diversity of organisations, their process, systems and opportunities for the application of data science. (stir.ac.uk)
  • complex
  • What's more, food is an issue that can be understood in terms of complex systems (natural and human), historical developments, and current practice. (umich.edu)
  • Answer
  • Before you answer, please have a quick read of this Washington Post article highlighting how Google manipulated & undermined the US political system. (seobook.com)
  • international
  • A new international monetary system where the dollar was declared "as good as gold" (exchangeable against gold at $35 per ounce) and which allowed such restrictions on trade and capital flows, came into being. (pambazuka.org)
  • Also in 1952, an important, historic event took place: with the founding of the International Humanist and Ethical Union, humanism became an organized world movement. (infidels.org)
  • corporate
  • 5. How can organizations develop corporate policies for ethical conduct? (snipperoo.com)
  • Increasingly, cooperatives-and worker-ownership and/or self-management more generally-are being considered as the fundamental building blocks of a larger systemic alternative to both the failed state socialist and failing corporate capitalist political-economic models. (geo.coop)
  • One possible explanation, suggested in the original article, is that by operating within a globalized corporate capitalist-dominated market system, worker cooperatives are exposed to a number of pressures that limit their ability to increase their scale and systemic influence. (geo.coop)
  • health
  • Health A Managing Your Money All In One For Dummies (For of able available systems controversially said discussion anarcho-capitalism( review) to be demarcating of appreciation range widely with potential original lack study to understand sensorimotor laws at a philosopher and to Tell the journal of brain between but human improving figure programs( Bibbig et al. (siamgemimports.com)
  • take
  • However, the use of new technology usually presents these kinds of problems, and the truth is that the further we are from being affected by an issue, the more we are willing to take the ethical/social side. (snipperoo.com)
  • often
  • Some were apparently casualties of the market…" A somewhat related problem, the report reveals, is that when worker cooperatives operating in market systems are successful, their members can often be tempted to de-mutualize and sell to private capitalist competitors. (geo.coop)
  • real
  • It is frustrating to me that you can't talk about the real political destabilization that generally occurs when you have a shift from an ethnic majority to a minority without being classified as some kind of Neo-Nazi. (theamericanconservative.com)
  • subject
  • This observation is particularly important for the subject of this article, since religio-political division characterized medieval relations between the northern and southern shores of the Mediterranean. (oxfordre.com)
  • civil
  • Now it might be said that being a 2.0% ethnic minority in an otherwise 98.0% majority country might be a precarious thing, however, any time you go below 70% ethnic majority, you are setting up political conditions ripe for civil war and ethnic separatism. (theamericanconservative.com)