Towards a New World

1989 and 2050 are two symbolic dates, and we are, by and large, equally distant from both. How will we survive the challenges that humanity has posed Earth? Will we be richer or poorer? Safer or more insecure? Will we have better lives, or worse? It depends on how we now attempt to amend the mistakes committed over the last thirty years of globalization. An opaque and irresponsible ruling class has put the Earth at risk and created an unprecedented global underclass opposed to a knowledgeable yet powerless creative class. Tomorrow’s planet could be made up of large continent-states linked to each other by fair trade practices and based on intelligent glocal communities. This book is a rallying call to plan this new world.

Paolo Perulli is an economic sociologist who has taught at the University of Piemonte Orientale. He has been visiting scholar at MIT, visiting professor at Université de Paris Sud and has taught Governance of the City at Accademia di Architettura di Mendrisio (Switzerland).

Prologo (1989)
Parte prima: Il mondo di ieri
I. La neoplebe
II. La classe creativa
III. L’élite del potere
IV. Cosmopoliti e locali
V. Uno sguardo sull’Italia
VI. Alleanza
Parte seconda: Il mondo di domani
VII. Verso la società glocale intelligente
VIII. L’azione collettiva del XXI secolo
IX. Il «resto del mondo»
X. Internalizzare
XI. Ridurre il rischio incalcolabile
XII. Localizzare
XIII. Aprire
XIV. Atterrare
XV. Rispondere
Epilogo (2050)


book € 14,00
e-book € 9,99
Formato:  ePub , Kindle
series "Contemporanea"
pp. 168, 978-88-15-29179-0
publication year 2021

See also

copertina Le donne di Dante
copertina The Death and the Myth of Napoleon
copertina Andare per l'Italia di Napoleone
copertina Andare per orti botanici