The Future of the Global Economy:
How Much of it is Worth Preserving?

By Augusto Lopez-Claros

First presented at the Irfan Colloquia Session #54
Institute of Commonwealth Studies: London, England
July 2–4, 2004
(see list of papers from #54)

    This paper looks at the future of globalization and the roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders, from governments and corporations, to organizations of civil society and individuals. The paper views the process of globalization in light of Bahá'í notions of global governance. as found in 'Abdu'l-Bahá's "Secret of Divine Civilization" and in some of the letters by Shoghi Effendi.

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