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2011 | 1(3) | 100-112
Article title

THE IMPACT OF TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS ON SOCIAL FEELING OF SAFETY AND INSECURITY IN EUROPE IN THE INTEGRATING PROCESS (Wplyw korporacji transnarodowych na spoleczne poczucie niepewnosci i bezpieczenstwa w integrujacej sie Europie)

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Europe in the integrating process is one of the main participants on the global market and is influenced by all global processes. One of the largest phenomenon in the modern world is the growth of power of transnational corporations. Thanks to financial and economic strength transnational corporations have an impact on governments' and international organizations' politics and decisions. Social feeling of insecurity is developed by the concern about the future of the state sovereignty and even democracy, not sufficient transnational corporation law regulations and damages caused by transnational corporations to the society. Social feeling of safety is created by the tendency to release market from government intervention, reducing government role in citizens' existence and social responsibility of transnational corporations . No institution, even integrated Europe, can give the society the guarantee to enjoy lifelong democratic standard rights.
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100-112
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ARTICLE
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  • Wioletta Gieniec-Urbanska, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wroclawiu, Katedra Zarzadzania Kadrami, ul. Komandorska 118/120, 53-345 Wroclaw, Poland
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11PLAAAA107718
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