Wednesday, 11 February 2015 00:00

Balanced Scorecard as a Control Tool of the National Security Strategy

Written by  Aneta Nowakowska-Krystman
The Nash Equilibrium assumes that countries can reach the state of equilibrium only when none of them stands out in any special way. This, along with the fact that some countries consciously make other countries poorer on their own path to development—nonetheless giving them compensation exceeding the suffered loss (the Kaldor-Hicks Efficiency)—still results in more dynamic development in the benefiting countries than in the losing countries. This leads to discrepancies in the dynamics of different countries’ development, and provides one of the explanations for the existence of social unrest. However, the existence of threats resulting from differences in the level of development between countries is one of many causes that bears upon the issue of security, with regard to individual states as well as regions, and in fact the entire world.