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Title: Sustainable economic development
Authors: Maksymeno, I.
Keywords: sustainable economic development
cталий економічний розвиток
устойчивое экономическое развитие
environment
навколишнє середовище
окружающая среда
domestic product
внутрішній продукт
внутренний продукт
Issue Year: 2014
Publisher: Sumy State University
Citation: Maksymeno, I. Sustainable economic development [Текст] / I. Maksymeno ; EL Adviser N.V. Malovana // To Live in a Safer World : materials of the eighth scientific practical student`s student`s, postgraduate’s and teacher’s of LSNC of the foreign languages department, Sumy, March, 28, 2014 / Відп. за вип. Г.І. Литвиненко. - Sumy : Sumy State University, 2014. - С. 61.
Abstract: The domain of 'economics' is fundamental to considerations of sustainable development, however there has been considerable criticism of the tendency to use the three-domain model of the triple bottom line: economics, environment and social. This approach is challenged to the extent that it treats the economy as the master domain, or as a domain that exists outside of the social; it treats the environment as a world of natural metrics; and it treats the social as a miscellaneous collection of extra things that do not fit into the economic or environmental domains (see the section on Economic sustainability below). In the alternative Circles of Sustainability approach, the economic domain is defined as the practices and meanings associated with the production, use, and management of resources, where the concept of ‘resources’ is used in the broadest sense of that word.
URI: http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/45230
Type: Theses
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