Europe stands at a turning point. The long trek towards political unification has been championed by the large numbers of, usually, wealthier Europeans who have gained most by globalism and the Single Market. This publication proposes a Relational Economic plan for Europe.... for more information and a downloadable summary (FREE): https://sallux.eu/news/newest-sallux-publication-available-now.html
David John Lee read geography at Oxford University before going to Canada to study theology and taking up a career in writing. He has authored or co-authored several books, including The R Factor (1993) and The Relational Manager (2009), and written position papers on Relational Thinking and Relational Risk. He is also co-originator of the Relational Proximity® Framework. Resident for many years in France, he currently holds the position of Content and Conceptual Director for a major international leadership training group.
Foreword 10 Executive Summary 13 Why the EU Isn t Working 21 The Impact of the Euro 26 The Impact of Debt 35 The Impact of Capital 51 The Impact of Population 65 A European Stability and Growth Strategy 81 Relational Thinking as a Political and Economic Philosophy 101 Relational Values for Europe 106