Rockville, MD (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
In his new book “Transition to a New World Order: What We Leave Behind for the Next Generation” (published by AuthorHouse), B. Bahramian draws from his experiences in academia and government to argue for the use of democratic principles by nations seeking greater prosperity.
“Transition to a New World Order” is Bahramian’s examination of the political and economic issues in the United States and advancing nations. It is designed to address the needs of governments searching for ways to create new jobs, boost overall productivity, and curb social unrest and upheaval. He focuses on an idea called technology transfer, which, as he explains, uses technology, education and democracy as the principle infrastructure for development and job creation.
An excerpt from “Transition to a New World Order”:
“In spite of the advancement of technology at a speed not experienced before comparative to all of history, and an unprecedented access to information around the globe, the overall quality of life for a majority of the world’s population is declining drastically. Technology designed to improve the quality of life is now woven within the very fabric of human existence for many people and the lifeblood of the commerce of nations and the world. Yet the overall quality of human life for many has not improved, and for some has drastically declined at a pace in step with the advancements of the technology.”
Bahramian says his book will be useful to both policy makers and concerned citizens. “I want readers to participate in their own nation building and development programs for advancement of their own standard of living and prosperity,” he says.
About the Author
B. Bahramian earned his bachelor’s degree and Ph.D. in civil engineering from the University of Birmingham, England, and his master’s degree in political economics from the University of Dayton, Ohio. As an associate professor of engineering, he served the academic circles of University of Dayton, and University of Cincinnati in Ohio for many years. Bahramian worked in academic development in Iran, and he served as a negotiator between the U.S. government and the late Shah of Iran prior to the 1979 revolution. After the revolution Bahramian served under Iran’s prime minister. For roughly three decades he has worked in the academic circles in the U.S., most recently serving as a director and professor at the University of Maryland. He is the founder and chairman of Center for Technology Management, Inc.
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