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Regional Cooperation Institutions Various regions have experienced the emergence of regional organizations designed to promote more-or-less comprehensive economic and social cooperation among countries in the grouping. Membership is typically limited to countries within defined geographic parameters, often by invitation from a core group. Prominent examples include the European Economic Community, now the European Union, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). These organizations are typically mandated to facilitate a broad range of interactions and to foster closer collaboration in policy and outlook.
A paradigm shift may take hours, days or even years for the new perceptions of reality and changed perspectives of self in that reality to become internalized. • A decision to reform a part of a social system usually invokes corresponding changes in other related parts of the system. For example, transforming a Russian collective farm ("kolkhoz") into a marketoriented enterprise involves substantial changes in the lifestyle, corporate identity, leadership, hierarchy, and incentives framework in the organization.
This has contributed to the emergence of a wide array of new communications networks between 'North' and 'South,' between OECD countries and developing countries. The Conceptual Framework 43 Along with information sharing has come the related idea of sharing standards and measurement norms for economic and social development. The availability of standard performance indicators for economic and social development was critical for multinational companies seeking to invest in unfamiliar new markets.