Societal Problems → Instability
In numerous fields of study, the component of instability within a system is generally characterized by some of the outputs or internal states growing without bounds. Not all systems that are not stable are unstable; systems can also be marginally stable or exhibit limit cycle behavior.
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Organizations relating to Instability
World Problems relating to InstabilityFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Imbalance in strategic arms
Unstable supply of raw materials
Fluctuating agricultural products markets
Tribal conflicts within states
Destabilizing international telecommunications
Exchange rate volatility
Destruction of civilian populations and institutions
Threatened habitats of bare sand
Instability of production of food and live animals
Inappropriate foreign investment
Instability of the world economy
Destabilization of social systems
Vulnerability of social systems
Environmental stress of natural systems
Instability of date trade
Instability of forestry and logging
Action Strategies relating to InstabilityFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Guaranteeing substantial economic foundation
Rebuilding civilian communities affected by war
Stabilizing agricultural and livestock production
Stabilizing the world economy
Reducing emotional instability
Destabilizing governments through foreign investment
Stabilizing scientific nomenclature
Stabilizing the military
Researching destabilizing effects of international capital mobility
Destabilizing national economies
Destabilizing world economy
Destabilizing indigenous economies
Reducing statutory instability
Destabilizing economic and industrial production
Stabilizing indigenous economies
Stabilizing international strategies
Stabilizing economic and industrial production
Stabilizing trade in inedible crude non-fuel materials
Destabilizing social systems
Destabilizing economic systems
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