The Functional Characteristics of the Global Integrative Model – From a Convergence Program toward an Integrative Symmetry
Dr. Catalin Popa, Dr. Imre Reczey, Dr. Florin Nicolae, David Quansah

As the global framework evolved by nowadays it seems that a proper integrative approach based on a coherent model is still not embraced as a future solid option for the future sustainable development on a global scale. The political dynamics is still devouring the functional canvas of the international system in all its dimensions, from economic, financial, politic, social and cultural perspectives. In a previous paper, the authors reflected the possible strategic route to be on set in order to achieve a global consensus, defining a proper architecture in political economy side of scientific approach. Considering the holistic and the analytical modeling approaches, the overtaken study pursues to define the major components structurally and functionally considered as imperative within a global integrative dynamic model, tending to an equitable and fair globalization process. The findings will describe the major variables involved and further will underpin the major differences between pre-conditions framework, the convergence as regional nominal integrative program and the global integrative framework as final dynamic shape of the worldwide architecture.

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