ECONOMY, SOCIETY AND TERRITORY
Poverty, illiteracy, low life expectancy, poor environmental quality and great differences in income and human development are endemic to most of the worldâ€™s population. Hence, there is a growing demand from societies for development policies. The ethical justification for such policies becomes even more poignant when inequalities are due to corruption and unproductive rent-seeking. In this context our aim is to analyze how political and economic institutions, which are ultimately the choice of society, play a pivotal role in improving the well-being of people by building the governmentâ€™s capacity to meet its stated social and economic goals.
- Sustainable development goals.
- Illicit financial flows.
- Human Development.
- Cost-benefit analysis.
- Input-output analysis.
- Low- and middle-income countries.
- Development and quality of life socioeconomic studies, education and health studies.
- Technical advice on the utilization of indicators for the socioeconomic analysis of tourism.
Main Researcher: BIENVENIDO ORTEGA AGUAZA
PAI Reference: SEJ563