Towards an Evolutionary Understanding of the Current Global Socio-Economic Crisis and Restructuring: From a Conjunctural to a Structural and Evolutionary Perspective

@article{Vlados2018TowardsAE,
  title={Towards an Evolutionary Understanding of the Current Global Socio-Economic Crisis and Restructuring: From a Conjunctural to a Structural and Evolutionary Perspective},
  author={Charis Vlados and Nikolaos Deniozos and Dimos Chatzinikolaou and Michail Demertzis},
  journal={Econometric Modeling: International Financial Markets - Volatility \& Financial Crises eJournal},
  year={2018}
}
The current global socio-economic crisis and restructuring reshapes the terms of study of the global dynamics as a whole. A new generation of interdisciplinary socio-economic research on the matter in question seems to be progressively emerging in international literature. Against this background, it gradually emerges the understanding, that any attempt to interpret the individual contemporary socio-economic phenomena, which relate to the crisis and the attempt to restructure globalization, can… 
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