The economical processes in the world cannot be analyzed without taking into the consideration their relation with politics, philosophy, religion, science and even art. In other words, the economical concepts have to be refashioned in relation with other concepts and theoretical positions that tend to produce a specific way of the ordering of the world.
Today economical processes are theorized at the level of the basic psychological desires of people or are reduced to the simplest perturbation of the quantum reality. The markets are looked upon as speculative fluxes and indeterminate aggregations of the capital. The economic science has to be mediated by the humanities. The need to approach modern global economy from the position of the “presupposed” gap in the meaning and in the substance of the reality (something that poetry, art and the philosophy have been using in their approach long time ago) means to approach capital on its own terms. It is no surprise anymore that modern science is more philosophical than the critical theory nowadays. Maybe it is time to philosophize economy as well.
Thus the idea to design the curricula for the “Cultural Studies in Business” seems like a possibly fruitful area for the creative academicians. CULTURAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS is then a new “University Curriculum” proposed by a consortium 6 Countries in the “Erasmus Plus Macro Region” represented by 6 Universities and a civil society organization:
"Sapienza University of Rome", Italy, Leader
Eurocollege of Kumanovo, Republic of North Macedonia,
VGTU Technical University of Vilnius, Lithuania,
University of Split, Faculty of Economy, Business and Tourism, Croatia,
UNIVERSIDADE DA BEIRA INTERIOR (UBI), Portugal,
Wisdom University College of Tirana, Albania
JUMP - Gioventù in riSalto of Soverato, Italy with the transversal role of supporting communication and promotion of the project, evaluation and coordination among partners.