Discovery of the ontogenesis of crises and their evolution 1


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The ontogenesis of social and economic crises has been discovered. This is perhaps the unicist applicative complexity research with the upmost value for the public and the private sector of countries.
It provides the knowledge of the fundamentals of crises and how to deal with them in order to influence their evolution.

The research began with the Crisis in France in 1968 and ended with the development of counter-cyclical strategies to the crisis that began in 2008 and the monitoring of “fallacious myths” (*) in private business applications in Germany, Brazil, Australia, Argentina, the USA and Spain. This research was led by Peter Belohlavek. Perestroika and the fall of the communist dominance were keystones in this research.

During these 40 years of research, forecasts and non-destructive and destructive tests of the conclusions of this research were integrated with the hypotheses of the study of evolution laws on “viruses mutations” (life sciences). Thus the laws of evolution of crises could be discovered including the characteristics of crises evolution and mutation.

The conclusions on this research are being applied to develop counter-cyclical strategies within the Unicist Confederation and its clients.

Eureka! Capitalism is being born

The international presentation of the book Eureka! Capitalism is being born – The Death of Feudalist-Capitalism will take place on May 21st, 2009.

The research on the ontogenesis of crises will be included in the above mentioned book and will be introduced in an International presentation to Governments, International Organizations, Business Leaders and Academics. This book will also include the information contained in the books on the Crisis 2008 and Institutionalization.

The Academic Department is organizing the event.

Diana Belohlavek
Knowledge Bank Manager

(*) The functionality of fallacious myths is one of the cornerstones of crises.


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