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If we look closely to the current Romanian political system, we will notice that the first version of structuring was imposed.
Such is the importance given to performance in the political system that apathy to political norms of policy and service has become the existential norm - we, the people, never having known anything else.
In an effort to augment an interdisciplinary approach to the study of risk, this paper will combine a political system approach drawn from the field of political science with the sequential flow of risk in management studies in order to track the emergence and growth of risks for firms operating in the international environment.
Amid structural changes in the international political system, political regimes in the Arab world have changed into a tool for control, organization and management.
Her experience of the political system on both sides of the Atlantic will be a great asset in her work for the AOP and for the sector as a whole.
This is why the special interests have come to dominate our political system at all levels, whether it's unions securing unaffordable contracts in City Hall or corporations calling the shots on Capitol Hill.
And within our own political system, we hear hard questions about whether globalization within the defense industry is a benefit or a liability to U.
Financially troubled banks and a sclerotic political system have halted its growth.
In fact, the communitarian affirmations that persist through the necessary links of individuals to the natural groups to which they belong (family, clan, village, tribe, caste) "have the effect of maintaining traditional forms of authority at the periphery of the political system and a fragmented social structure.
So far we have little evidence of the political system paying attention to studies by anthropologists, psychologists, and other social scientists that warn us to proceed with caution.
It is interesting to note that the Dutch, whom some might see as the very embodiment of stability and consensus, required more than two centuries (from 1566 to 1833) to achieve a political system durable and flexible enough to avoid revolution.