Authors: Florentin Smarandache
During the past decades there are growing concerns on the escalation and massive deprivation of the public life's quality, which some researchers attribute these as effects of the so-called 'Globalization'. To cite a few books, Prof. J. Stiglitz's book "Globalization and its Discontent" has sparked debate all over the world. A somewhat less known book which is worth to mention here is N. Hertz's book "The Silent Takeover." The present article may not offer something new compared to the aforementioned 'standard literature' in the critical analysis of globalization, but we discuss some hints on deep the root causes of the problems related to globalization, not only at phenomenological-social level but also at mathematical foundations of economics theory itself, namely the notion of 'utility'.
Comments: 10 pages.
[v1] 9 Mar 2010
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