Synopses & Reviews
This book, which includes the collaboration of Micael Frenck, attempts to demonstrate, in easy to understand language, with short and concise chapters, that it is possible to reduce the unemployment in Spain by half, that at worst is to reach the European average, and the essential door needed to open to get out of this crisis. To reach this objective, the author proposes applying a new model referred to by an international group of experts, and in these pages describes how to make it understandable to the average citizen. Given the gravity of the situation in Spain, the question is: What are the reasons preventing us from adapting this model?
About the Author
Francisco Parra Luna is a profesor emertius of Sociology at the Complutense University of Madrid, with a degree in Political Science from the University of Geneva and doctorates from the University of Lausanne and the Complutense University of Madrid. His speciality is in Formal Modeling and Complex Systems theory. He is the founder of the Cybernetic and Social Systems Group of the International Sociological Association. He is coordinator for the Cybernetic Group in the Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems of UNESCO. He is the author of numerous national and international journalistic articles and more than 20 books, including "Elements for a Formal Theory in a Social System," "The Social Balance of the Enterprise," "The Politics of Employment and Social Well Being or the Transformational University."