(р. 1938) 

Robertson Roland

American sociologist and theorist of globalization, who is developing the problems of global consciousness formation in modern postmodern society and is considered by some scientists to be the founder of globalism.


(р. 1952)

Schneider Bertrand

French researcher, specialist in the field of global problems and international relations, the largest specialist in the problems of developing countries, diplomat, public figure. He was the leader of the team of the widely known XV report to the Club of Barefoot Revolution in Rome (1985).


(р. 1942

Castells Manuel

American sociologist of Spanish descent. It is considered one of the largest sociologists of our time, specializing in the theory of the information society.


(р. 1927)

Malitsa Mircea

Romanian mathematician, diplomat and philosopher. Honorary member of the Club of Rome. He is currently Chairman of the Futurological Commission and Deputy Chairman of the Commission for Science Policy at the Romanian Academy of Sciences.



Toffler Alvin

American sociologist and futurologist, an honorary member of the Academy of Forecasting, one of the authors of the concept of post-industrial society, primarily known for his sensational book Futuroshok, in which he questioned the ability of a modern person to adapt to changes in society.


(р. 1952)

Elmanjra Mahdi

Moroccan economist, futurologist and sociologist, co-author of the famous report to the Club of Rome “There are no limits to learning” (1979), president of the World Federation of Futurological Research.


(р. 1947)

Kish Endre

Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, member of the Forecasting Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. In his major work, Currency Globalization and the Change in the Hungarian System, Kish describes globalization as a combination of structural and functional subtexts of the new world situation.


(р. 1944)

Martin Glen

He is currently the Secretary General of the Organization of the World Constitution and the Parliamentary Association (WCPA), president of the Institute of World Problems, as well as president of the International Organization of Philosophers for Peace (IPPNO).


(р. 1952)

Fukuyama Francis

American philosopher of Japanese descent who formulated the concept of “the end of history,” that is, the final recognition of the liberal model of social structure as the highest point in the development of theoretical thought.


(р. 1940)

Jurgensmeyer Mark

Director of the Center for Global and International Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, considered one of the founders of the scientific field of global studies, a leading specialist in global religion and religious violence.


(р. 1932)

Laszlo Erwin

Hungarian scientist, professor, who made a great contribution to the study of global problems and processes, the philosophy of science, systems theory and systems analysis. The author of the report to the Club of Rome.


(р. 1942)

Meadows Dennis

A well-known scientist who made a great contribution to the study of global problems of our time, co-author and head of the creative team of the famous first report to the Limits of Growth Club of Rome (1972), which gives a model of world development showing that the world will collapse if measures are not taken regulation of population growth, industrial and agricultural production, as well as measures to protect the environment. Report to the Club of Limits of Growth, Rome, 1974