Crises as an impulses for changes in socio-economic systems

Elżbieta Mączyńska

DOI: 10.21858/msr.37.01

Vol. no: 37

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The analyses presented in this essay are aimed at identifying potential, directions for the rationalization of socio-economic systems, serving not only to counter crisis destruction, but above all the global crisisogenicity that is now characteristic. The need to search for rationalizing solutions is persuaded not only by the crisis sweeping the world in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic and which exposes the systemic dysfunctions of the global economy. It is also convinced by the crisis multiplication characteristic of the modern world and already occurring before the pandemic, that is, the overlapping of various crises, which creates a specific, thickening crisis network.