Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. The Theoretical Framework: What can Policy-Makers Know about Ascent and Decline in the World Economy?
Chapter 3. The International Environment is Basically Unstable. A Survey of the Contemporary Research Methods for the Study of International Social Policy since 1989
Chapter 4. TNC Dependence is Causing Long-Term Stagnation
Chapter 5. The Contradictions of the Process of the Global Environmental Destruction, to which Europe as One of the Main Regions of World Industry and Traffic, Disproportionately Contributes
Chapter 6. Gender Discrimination and Sexism in World Capitalism
Chapter 7. Development or Decay?
Chapter 8. The Instability of the Transformation Process
Chapter 9. A Labor Perspective on Basic Issues of European Integration
Chapter 10. Migration and Globalization