Decentralized network structures in economic and political spheres

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Decentralized network structures in economic and political spheresDecentralized network structures in economic and political spheresDecentralized network structures in economic and political spheresDecentralized network structures in economic and political spheresDecentralized network structures in economic and political spheresDecentralized network structures in economic and political spheresDecentralized network structures in economic and political spheresDecentralized network structures in economic and political spheresDecentralized network structures in economic and political spheresDecentralized network structures in economic and political spheresDecentralized network structures in economic and political spheres

Network nonhierarchical structures have sufficiently significant potential in business, where they correspond to strategic alliances between firms, inter-firm networks of its autonomous departments, as well as to small network companies, the typical example of which is represented by manufacturing cooperatives. Not less prospects characterize decentralized networks in the political sphere, where we see such important examples as inter-state network alliances, cross-border and global network organizations and movements, advisory commissions and committees under the state apparatus structures and especially network structures being part of the largely non-hierarchical civil society, expressing the citizens’ will and interests in their dialogue with the political system’s hierarchy. On the basis of presented facts the author makes a conclusion that networks in economy contribute to implement the principles of self-managed socialism, and in political sphere – to implement the principles of new type meritocracy, which will be supported by civil society network structures.

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