The International Hub
for the Management of Sustainable Development Projects
Today's growth of diversity creates a dialectical contradiction between the established socio-economic forms and the new socio-economic content. The new content needs new forms.
Industrial production can no longer remain within the "input-output" model and needs an inclusive "consumption-production" platform with new value added.
The Digital Economy, despite great expectations, is developed in old forms, which are inherent in industrial rather than information means of production.
Consumer demand is hampered by integration and unification, which is counter to today's needs in fragmentation and diversity.
In climatic and environmental problems, the study of "capacity of the biosphere" is dominated instead of transition to the concepts of "mobility of geo-physical and socio-economic processes", which envisage the harmonization of business, nature and society.
The Internet suffers from a primitive "commodity model of information", which does not take into account the semantic, ontological and rhochrematics properties of information that create a new value added.
Today, the added value of the Internet does not bring profits to society. Providing its monetization by institutionalizing the property rights and joining the digital economic agents into the stock market are the basis for economic growth, social development and resolving the environmental problems.
Transition to new forms
Civilizational project that implements the New Shape for improving the socio-economic space consists of the UN Sustainable Development concept and the Digital Economy model.
This new form includes:
1) implementation of new institutions into the international law;
2) deploying the new ontological platform for managing multidimensional relations (including new property relations).
Digital Economy, unlike the industrial period, focuses not on objects, things and technologies, but on the continuum of relations and cognitive reality (augmented reality and virtual reality). However, attempts to develop these areas within industrial framework proved to be counter-productive.
Representation of the continuum of relations and reality itself in the digital space of the Internet generates a new reality - a cognitive reality that has other space-time continuum. Cognitive reality is: the construction of reality on the basis of cognitive practices; the constructs of systems of actions; the representation of different contexts of reality. Therefore, reality and its representation in the digital space are different realities.
Because of multidimensionality of processes, the emphasis in cognitive reality is not on the data analysis, but on the auto-formalization of processes (reality) using cognitive intelligence.
Given these circumstances, the Digital Economy needs new institutions that empower possibilities of administration and legal system towards new processes and new entities.
The New Shape for international cooperation
As the "New Shape" for international cooperation it is proposed to establish the International Hub for the Management of Sustainable Development Projects, which acts as the basic institution of international cooperation and as the support centre for ontological platform (meta-model) for the implementation of new institutions.
The project envisages:
1) ratification by the Governments of interested countries of the "Agreement to Establish the International Hub for the Management of Sustainable Development Projects" (hereinafter – Agreement);
2) deployment of the digital ontological platform as a virtual software complex for the implementation of digital private property, creation of new forms of management and Web-auto-formalization of relations.
The International Hub provides institutional and legal extension that increases the space-time dimension of the processes, forms the mechanisms of Web-auto-formalization of relations and creates a system of international management for sustainable development projects.
Given the results, the Project can be implemented in six months.
The Tasks of the Hub
1. Ensuring sustainable development and expansion of democracy through the implementation of digital private property, deploying Digital Economy and digital law. Creating new digital jobs, digital companies, organizing digital labor market, digital management for sustainable development.
2. Implementation of 17 Sustainable Development Goals, defined by the UN General Assembly Summit on 25-27 September 2015 "Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development".
Economic justification of the International Hub is defined by the Action Plan 2016-2017 of the Eastern Partnership Panel on Harmonization of Digital Markets, reflecting the Declaration adopted at the first Eastern Partnership Ministerial on Digital Economy, in July 2015.
Benefits of the project:
· Expanding the labor market due to digital companies, digital jobs, entrepreneurship.
· Development of international trade.
· Attracting investments in international projects under the preferences of international law.
· Increased employment, consumer market growth, mass development of business start-ups and individual industrialization.
· Realization of science-intensive trans-logistic projects, geo-ecological and geo-physical projects for confronting the climate change.
· Expansion of banking services and stock transactions (150 million bank accounts for digital companies).
The International Hub is established as a highly profitable international organization involving member states, business and science.
Financing is carried out by the Council of Corporate Investors on the basis of international fund raising campaigns. Funding can be done through the UN and private investments.
· Development of democracy and digital rights, creation of the digital labor market and overcoming the social crisis through massive job creation (digital companies, digital jobs, digital entrepreneurship, individual industrialization, geo-ecological, geo-physical projects).
· Investment system based on the preferences of international law.
· Significant budget revenues due to stamp duties from digital companies, economic multipliers, geo-ecological and trans-logistics projects.
· Resolving conflicts by transferring part of the competence of public authorities in the problem regions to the International Hub.
· Smoothing the peak values of economic super-cycles (avoiding world wars cycles).
The International Hub is the base platform for implementing projects that generate development and address the most pressing threats and risks to humanity. Being highly profitable international organization, supporting the institute of digital private property and hosting 150 million digital jobs, the project has significant business and civil society support.
The International Hub supports an ontological platform based on a digital future-line platform that allows governments of the countries to independently deploy national governance models in an exogenous format (meta-format). This motivates the competition of states, businesses and people to develop the digital private property market, which is the main driver for the expansion of economic sovereignty.