The constitutionality index

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Colégio Marista São Luís
American School of Recife

The Constitutionality Index: a Judiciary and Macroeconomic Guidance for International Entrepreneurs when Investing in National Economies.

Ana Sofia Cardoso Monteiro

Recife - PE, Brazil
January 2011
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(O QUE DEVE INCLUIR: hipotese, problema, objetivos, justificativa e explicacao do que motivou, o que se deseja atingir a partir da pesquisa)
After the creation of the HDI (Human Development Index), development not only means economic growth. In the past years, theglobalization has brought a bigger level of complexity which changes some global priorities, by establishing western systems as the references with the liberal economic and political perspective.
Thus, the majority of the eastern cultures are taken as interventions in this new process of development, which doesn’t able them to effectively participate in global transactions.
The contradiction betweennationality and globalization has never been this much discussed as it is in nowadays, according to a document published and sponsored by the United Nations- UN, in the year of 2007, instead of equaling the wealth distribution, the phenomenon has contributed to increase inequalities between developed and developing nations, because, at the same moment you interfere in the national business structure,you are also destroying its economic and government identity.
Based on the above described context and first observations, this present project has proposed to create a new social index that evaluates the stability level the place can offer to an investor, which aims to encompass three different sustainable goals: profitable, environmental and social.
The first one intends to give the idea apragmatic view, by building a private version of the index in order for it to be used by state governments when receiving international entrepreneurs. This will better organize the systematic distribution of investments and, concomitantly, inspire the cities to enrich their disadvantages in relation to the others. The Standard and Poor’s organization in partnership with the MSCI Barra, for example,have developed the Global Industry Classification Standard - GICS, a private index which consists of 10 sectors with 24 industry groups of 68 industries and 154 sub-industries. Its coefficients enable asset owners, asset managers and investment research specialists to make seamless global comparisons by industry, based on their performance. The difference between the GICS and the new indexproposed in this research project is the analysis methodology and prior utility goal.
The second one follows the logic of diminishing consume of non-needed resources. For example, when a company decides to settle at a country in which it finds economic and social stability, it will spare the resources that would be wasted if it kept moving from country to country. In order to pragmatically accomplisha, not only profitable, but as well, environmentally responsible guidance, a Production Possibilities Model was created.
This graph works based on the coefficients raised, by showing possible boundaries to the national stability breaking. In other words, until what point are the companies able to explore and the government able to open fiscal policies and regulations for the reception of thoseindustries.
The third and last one regards to a possible solution for the greater leveling between well and non-developed countries; this is, by discarding political models which are commonly stereotyped by the international community. According to Dani Rodrik, a worldwide economist, graduated by the University of Istambul and author of Has Globalization Gone Too Far, the tension’s recognition...