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What is Socio-Economic Development?
Any programme that creates sustainable access to the economy for its beneficiaries is Socio-Economic Development. An overview of existing empirical evidence insights on the interrelationship between the socio-cultural dimension and economic development. Contributions in Socio-Economic Development should be providing sustainable benefit. Why do some immigrant ethnic groups have more successful entrepreneurs than others? What happens to socio-economic development if traditional legal arrangements in less developed countries are confronted with the Western legal system? What all these questions have in common is that they point towards potential cultural or social determinants of socio-economic development. Can and how can modern theories in cultural anthropology, sociology, and social psychology contribute to the proper analysis of processes of socio-economic development? Can the state of socio-economic development be assessed in relation to the questions of unemployment and its consequences, the educational condition, the health and nutritional status of the people and the housing condition in the country? Can native administered socio-economic development initiatives overcome the inherent conflict in the need to access wider economic opportunities and at the same time guard and enhance their own social traditions and cultural identities?
Which are the theoretical instruments necessary to analyze processes of socio-economic development in a social and cultural context? How environment movements affect human development and economic development? In spite of the progress since the fall of Communism, Why do countries in Central and Eastern Europe still fall short of being transformed into vibrant societies with intellectually open-minded, socially and technologically innovative environments? How capitalism contributes to the development and underdevelopment of the Third World?
Human Rights and Socio-Economic Development: - The Ethiopian Case - Prof Andargatchew Tesfaye, Dept. of Sociology and Social Administration, Addis Ababa Univ. - An attempt is made, to define socio- economic development in relation to the rights of people. Based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other UN Declarations and conventions ratified by Ethiopia, and the various laws of the country, including the current constitution of the Federal of Ethiopia, an assessment of the state of socio-economic development is made in relation to the questions of unemployment and its consequences.
THE INSIDER-OUTSIDER DIALECTIC IN NATIVE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY IN PROCESS UNDERSTANDING - ALEXANDER LOCKHART, Department of Sociology, Trent University, Canada - I wish to discuss is that of the North Coast Tribal Council's effort to become an effective socio-economic development agent for its seven constituent band communities. The chronic problem addressed by this effort is that which Beaver so eloquently identifies in the Report of the National Indian Socio-Economic Development Committee. The area of critical concern is specificly how native administered socio-economic development initiatives are to overcome the inherent conflict between the need to access wider economic opportunities while at the same time guarding and enhancing their own social traditions and cultural identities.
The social impact of economic reconstruction in Vietnam:
A selected review
By Do Duc Dinh, Head, Developing Economies Study Department, Institute of World Economy, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Introduction: This literature survey is an attempt to assess the social impact of postwar economic reconstruction in Vietnam. From 1976 to 1986, the first ten years after the reunification of Vietnam, the massive effort required for the reconstruction of war damage and the restructuring of the former planned and centralized economy, left little room for the investigation of social issues. Since the beginning of the 1990s, this process has been further strengthened by the adoption of the "Socio-Economic Development Strategy toward the Year 2000".
Health Capital and Sustainable Socio-economic Development (Public Administration and Public Policy) by Patricia A. Cholewka and Mitra M. Motlagh.
The Dynamics of Socio-Economic Development : An Introduction Book by Adam Szirmai.
Levels of Socio-economic Development Theory: (Second Edition) Book by David Jaffee.
Foreign Investment and Socio-Economic Development in China : The Case of Dongguan (Studies on the Chinese Economy) (Hardcover) Book by Godfrey Yeung.
Telecommunications and Socio-Economic Development Book by S. Macdonald, G. Madden.
Levels of Socio-economic
By David Jaffee - Praeger Publishers. Westport, Conn. 1998. 240 pages.
The theories are organized by "level of analysis" - individual, organizational, societal, and international--to provide the reader with a larger organizational scheme in which to understand the theoretical explanations and arguments and to emphasize the importance of developing linkages among the different levels. Some of the new topics discussed include: globalization, transnational organizational structures, debt, the transition from socialism to capitalism and human development.
The Economic Sociology:
Textbook for Higher Educational Institutions
The textbook is aimed for students both lecturers of sociological and economic disciplines, and also everyone who is interested in questions of socio-economic development of our society. Galina N. Sokolova. ISBN 985-06-0292-9. Published by "Vysheishaya Shkola" Publishing House, Minsk, Belarus.
Institute for Rural and Agricultural Development - The Institute publishes the quarterly "Wies i Rolnictwo" ("Village and Agriculture"). The 100-th issue of this journal was published in 1998. The journal publishes articles on agricultural economics and rural policy, rural sociology, rural culture.
Journal of International Development - The Journal aims to publicise the best research on development issues in a form which will be accessible to practitioners and policy-makers as well as to an academic audience. The focus is on the social sciences - economics, politics, international relations, sociology and anthropology - but we are also glad to publish papers which blend the approach of the natural and the social sciences in an attack on a development problem.