How does society react, if the forces that determine economic movements remain unknown? What responses can be provided to deal with social anxiety if we do not understand the mechanisms that help shape decisions of managers? This book tries to revive the public debate on the challenges and difficulties exposed by market competition by raising in effect, the absence of international regulation and the weaknesses of the international economy, which together, risk accelerating the international crisis and thus destroying entrepreneurial tools. The author however, addresses this topic in one regard: he intends to limit analysis to challenges posed by the new international economic policies in political economy which, in general opinion, seems to have suffered particularly from the phenomenon of organizational crisis. The book therefore pursues two main goals: firstly, to define and evaluate the nature and extend of the current crisis so as to prevent a certain conformism but a simplification, from leading to a misunderstanding on the availability of economic policy to reform and public support in strengthening entrepreneurial while simultaneously ensuring a societal development.