Fairness and Efficiency as Environmentally Determined Factors for Sustainable Development
Social fairness and economic efficiency are two most competing vectors in implementation of any national sustainable development strategy. In this article the author was using statistical analysis to explain the correlation between the national system of welfare distribution and the conditions for economic activities in the light of economic policy implementation by governments. The author also attempts to verify which priority forms the basis for national sustainable and environment-friendly progress management - social or economic one.
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