Socio-Economy Plans & Growth Features

Rinaldo C. Michelini

Abstract


Ecology is the XXI century threat, asking socio.economy changes, for the civilisation continuance. The way out is linked to the men’s wherewithal, say, the ability of rationally picking behavoural traits, leading to improved life-quality. The growth sustainability, moreover, is gamble, built on the “cognitive revolution”: The inclusive socierty setup merges decision support frames for supply clarity, within “eco-sustainability” goals. Changes, likewise, join “technology innovation”, via robot solutions, with “social breakthrough”, to open society, by civic (vs. political) paths.


Keywords


Socio-economy plans; Growth features; Natural order

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