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Marta Neškovic

Neškovic, Marta

Neškovic, Marta

Research Associate, Institute for Political Studies, Belgrade; Junior Fellow, World Academy of Art & Science

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Research Associate, Institute for Political Studies, Belgrade; Junior Fellow, World Academy of Art & Science

Marta Neskovic is Research Fellow, The Mother’s Service Society, India. She holds a BA in Fundamental Physics from Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris and an MA in Ethnology and Social Anthropology from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris.

ARTICLES BY THIS AUTHOR

Youth Groups: A Quick Look at International Organizations   ( International Organizations ), ( Sustainable Development )
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract Much of the hope for resolving our world’s greatest problems is vested in the power of youth. Since the adoption of the UN Security Council Resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace, and Security (2015), the recognition of young people as a positive force for preventing and resolving conflict and building sustainable peace has gained significant momentum. What is it that makes today’s youth more capable of introducing radical and sustainable social transformation than the...
On the Monetarized and Non-monetarized Contributions to National Wealth   ( Economic Theory ), ( Money & Finance ), ( New Economics )
 Get Full Text in PDF Abstract We consider here the necessity of redefining the concept of economic value and the system of measuring the contributions to national wealth, to be included in a new paradigm in economics, whose application should guarantee constant improvement of human well-being. Such a paradigm should be based on an adequate cultural value system. We begin with a brief description of the traditional concept of value, in which the price of a good is determined by the...
Knowing Beyond the Structure: Maximizing Social Power through a Synergistic, Values-based Approach on Diversity   ( Transdisciplinary theory ), ( Social Science ), ( Knowledge, Science & Values )
 Get Full Text in PDF Abstract In this article, a principal place is given to the question of how the ways we conceptualize the use of our mind influence the generation of social power. We define social power as the potency of socially integrated individuals to accomplish specific predetermined values. These values can be related to anything from concrete material prosperity to abstract social and cultural goals. How are the goals accomplished? Are there principles or laws that govern the...