Desarrollo sostenible: un reto central para el pensamiento económico
Este artículo tiene un objetivo doble: delimitar las fronteras del desarrollo sostenible como un concepto multidisciplinar y revisar las grandes líneas de trabajo que ha ido estableciendo el pensamiento económico, con especial atención a los trabajos empíricos. Como hilo conductor se utilizan los avances en economía del desarrollo y economía de la sostenibilidad. En particular, se destaca el papel clave de aspectos tales como la equidad intergeneracional, el progreso tecnológico, los condicionantes sociales del desarrollo, el capital natural o la evaluación económico-ecológica. This paper has two objectives: to establish the multidisciplinary concept of sustainable development and to review the evolution of economic research in this field, with special references to empirical research. The leading emphasis is on the progress of economic development and sustainability. Special emphasis is placed on intergenerational equity, technological progress, the social aspects of development, natural resources capital and economic-ecological evaluations.
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Volume (Year): 21 (2003)
Issue (Month): (Agosto)
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