A Time for Action and a Time to Lead: Democratic Capitalism and a New “New Deal” for the US and the World in the Twenty-first Century

@article{Carayannis2010ATF,
  title={A Time for Action and a Time to Lead: Democratic Capitalism and a New “New Deal” for the US and the World in the Twenty-first Century},
  author={E. Carayannis and A. Kaloudis},
  journal={Journal of the Knowledge Economy},
  year={2010},
  volume={1},
  pages={4-17}
}
Starting on September 11, 2001 and following both actions and reactions around the world, it may well be that we have arrived at a major tipping point in terms of socioeconomic development, political reform, as well as many other global issues—from financial and economic coordination to climate change as well as hunger and disease challenges in the developing world. Proper, coordinated, and sustained action and leadership on the part of the developed rich countries may indeed allow the world to… Expand

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