The discovery of the laws of development can be achieved through observation, comparison, historical studies and systematic interest. The development of countries is not accidental. Instead, the symmetry of the set of variables makes that happen.
These variables can be seen and identified in a wide range of countries that have achieved a certain degree of development. Countries such as Germany, Canada, South Korea, Singapore and Norway have this common variable. List these variables is not very helpful. Industrialization, exploitation of science and technology, efficiency, transparency, accountability, efficient bureaucracy and many other factors are important and should be used only in the second and third stages of analysis and development.
The discovery of development rules and controls in the first stage provides the ground for achieving the second and third stages. Pyramid and approach are required to do anything and make progress. A systematic and systematic approach requires addressing the main, main and primary aspects. Due to the comparative study of the scope of developed countries, there are two main and major factors at the top and first stage of the pyramid. Without these two factors, land, natural resources, intelligence, decent universities, decent population, international access to water, human resources and other potential human resources and capital will not be properly used with the products of development.
There are two aspects:
1- The general intellectual and political currents affecting the country must believe in the development of the global system.
2. The general culture of citizens must be prepared to accept the culture of work and institutional cooperation. Without these two factors, no country in the North or the South could prosper. Norwegian entrepreneurs, Canadian artisans, Singaporean politicians, the South Korean military, and German legislators generally believe in the development of a common global culture that stems from linear and evolutionary human civilization. On the other hand, the social systems of all these countries are highly organized, hierarchical, regulated, impersonal and bureaucratic. Democracy should not be a prerequisite for these two factors. But its presence is very desirable.
While collective, rational decision-making and public participation are natural and long-term outcomes of economic development, the rise of the middle class, national wealth, land, and population is not an effective response. Efficiency, transparency and accountability lead to consensus around organizational thinking and action. The political and social vicissitudes of the last half century in Iran, on the one hand, indicate the lack of intellectual-philosophical consensus, and the weakness of institutional work and a culture of cooperation, on the other hand, has led to the pocket split. curves. In each period, one opinion is institutionalized and other ideas are marginalized.
The result of this wave is a series of crises, and if there is no agreement then the action will not be cumulative or evolutionary. This intellectual-philosophical consensus is a group of influential social and political currents that are concerned with organization, organization, partisanship, and the spirit of cooperation and construction. But the Iranians and Iranians have come a long way. But with ups and downs, they may have to adapt to the realities of the world order.
* Published in Sharq Magazine / Monday 23 June 1401