Sviluppo sostenibile e sviluppo umano: un approccio integrato
Sustainable development is a concept strictly connected with basic needs of the poorest populations. Using a macroeconomic measure of sustainability such the World Bank's Genuine Saving and a measure of quality of life such the United Nations' Human Development Index, we build a model in order to analyze linkages between higher welfare levels and natural resources consumption, verifying the sustainability of human development. Causal relations within a modified Environmental Kuznets Curve allow to identify a reciprocal correlation between human development and sustainable development.
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Volume (Year): 96 (2006)
Issue (Month): 2 (March-April)
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