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Economic Area of the Western Civilisation

Syllabus of the Subject: Economic Area of the Western-Christian Civilisation (Master, Doctorate).

  1. Introduction to the Economic Area of the Western-Christian Civilisation
  2. The common factor: Christianity.
    1. Catholicism
    2. Protestantism
    3. Judaism and Agnosticism in the West
  3. Cultural and economic areas of the Western-Christian Civilisation
    1. European Economic Area
    2. American Economic Area
      1. Latin American Economic Area
      2. North American Economic Area
      3. Caribbean Economic Area
    3. Economic Area of Oceania
  4. Economic Integration of the Western-Christian Civilisation
  5. Economic relations with the other civilisations
  6. Christian Businessman
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  2. Doctorates: American Business, Ethics, Religions & Business, World Trade
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Description of the Subject: Economic Area of the Western-Christian Civilisation. Economic Integration.

From a culture and economic integration point of view; we can identify three distinct economic and cultural areas:

  1. European Economic Area
  2. American Economic Area
  3. Oceania Economic Area

Civilisations and Economic Integration (Master, Course)

1- European Economic Area.

Today, Germany is the Central State, while France and the United Kingdom have a significant influence. After centuries of war, the European Union has achieved integrate twenty-eight European Countries (until BREXIT). The EU is the largest trading bloc in the World accounting for 19% of the global trade.

2. American Economic Area.

From the cultural, historical, and economic integration point of view we can identify three sub-areas:

2. 1 North American Economic Area (United States and Canada). The United States is the world's political leader and leads the world economy.

2.2. Latin American Economic Area. The Latin American Countries seek to integrate their economies (UNASUR, ALADI, ALBA, MERCOSUR, Andean Community). Latin America seeks its identity based on a shared history (former colonies), language (Spanish and Portuguese), religious (Christianity), ethnic (although we should consider the existence of different ethnic groups).

2.3 Caribbean Economic Area.

3. Economic Area of Oceania.

Characteristics of the Western-Christian Civilisation:

  1. Religion: Catholicism and Protestantism
  2. Classical Legacy: Greek philosophy, Roman law, and Christianity
  3. Languages deriving from Latin: the Western Civilisation is rich in languages, and most derive from Latin, although there are exceptions like Hungarian, Basque, or thr Amerindian languages in Latin America
  4. Church and State Separation
  5. Rule of law. Notion that respect for law is one of the foundations of the society is a legacy of the Romans
  6. Strength of the civil society
  7. Institutions
  8. Individualism
  9. Furthermore, the European and the North American Countries are members of the NATO.

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