3 edition of Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific found in the catalog.
Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific
Philip A. Lawn
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Philip Lawn and Matthew Clarke.|
|Series||Advances in ecological economics|
|Contributions||Lawn, Philip A., Clarke, Matthew, Dr.|
|LC Classifications||HC412 .S87 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 378 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||2008927957|
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Get this from a library. Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific: studies using the genuine progress indicator. [Philip A Lawn; Matthew Clarke;] -- "The book shows that the three wealthy nations - Australia, New Zealand, and Japan - have long reached a level of GDP beyond which further growth is detrimental to their sustainable welfare while the.
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The Dynamics of Social Welfare: The Malaysian Experience, by Azlinda Azman and Sharima. Social Welfare in East Asia and the Pacific is an excellent general work on social welfare and social work in selected countries in East Asia and the Pacific.
It fills the gap in academic literature on global social welfare and social work, offering a useful examination of international social development, welfare and social policy in countries. Tax Policy for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific Book 2 May Tax policy has undergone significant transformation over the last half a century, and the tax policy advice of scholars and international organizations to developing countries has changed over time.
Winton Bates, "Sustainable Welfare in the Asia-Pacific: studies using the genuine progress indicator - Edited by Philip Lawn and Matthew Clarke," Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, Asia Pacific School of Economics and Government, The Australian National University, vol. Sustainable Social Development in Asia and the Pacific was prepared by the Social Development Division of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) under the overall leadership and guidance of Shamshad Akhtar, Under-Secretary-General of United Nations and Executive Secretary of ESCAP.
Philip Lawn is a Senior Lecturer in environmental and ecological economics at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia. Over the past decade Dr. Lawn has written and edited a number of books and articles on the principles, indicators, and policy aspects of sustainable development, including: Sustainable Development Indicators in Ecological Economics (Edward Elgar Publishing, Some of his books include: Sustainable Development Indicators in Ecological Economics (, Edward Elgar), Frontier Issues in Ecological Economics (, Edward Elgar), Sustainable Welfare in the Asia-Pacific (, co-edited with Matthew Clarke, Edward Elgar), and Environment and Employment: A Reconciliation (, Routledge).
Furuto also adds a chapter comparing the distinct social welfare systems of Samoa and American Samoa. The only volume to focus exclusively on social welfare in East Asia and the Pacific, this anthology holds immense value for practitioners and researchers eager for global perspectives.
An introduction to the Asia-Pacific region Lawn, Philip A and Clarke, MatthewAn introduction to the Asia-Pacific region. In Lawn, Philip and Clarke, Matthew (ed), Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific: studies using the genuine progress indicator, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.
Sustainable Welfare in the Asia-Pacific. Contents List of Figures vii List of Tables ix List of Contributors xi Preface by Herman Daly xii Acknowledgments xiv PART I INTRODUCTION TO THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION AND THE GENUINE PROGRESS INDICATOR 1. An Introduction to the Asia-Pacific region 3 Philip Lawn and Matthew Clarke 2.
Why is Gross Domestic. The only volume to focus exclusively on social welfare in East Asia and the Pacific, this anthology holds immense value for practitioners and researchers eager for global perspectives.
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Working hand in hand with local enterprises and NGOs, the council contributes to, and supports the advancement of business sustainability in the Asia Pacific private and public sector.Social Welfare in East Asia and the Pacific In this singular collection, indigenous experts describe the social welfare systems of fifteen East Asian and Pacific Island nations and locales.
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