Cooperation: Beyond the Age of Competition
In an increasingly interdependent world where once antagonishtc societies and economies now exist within a global network, theneed to foster and maintain cooperation has never been more vital. Cooperation explores an extraordinary growing awareness of the centrality of cooperation from the perspectives of a variety of disciplines, including biology, ecoscience, psychology, political science, business and economics. The essays question the age-old maxim that our existence is dependent on, and even prospers via competition, and offer keen insight into the far-reaching challenges of this fascinating, uncharted period in world history.
Politics and Social Sciences
Political Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Combs, Allan, "Cooperation: Beyond the Age of Competition" (1992). CIIS Faculty Publications. 27.