The capability approach (also referred to as the capabilities approach) is a normative approach to human welfare that concentrates on the actual capability of persons to achieve their well-being rather than on their mere right or freedom to do so It was conceived in the 1980s as an alternative approach to welfare economics In this approach, Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum bring together a .
Oct 13, 2017· 164 Journal of Economic Perspectives property policies, and pro-competitive polici In the conclusion, we synthesize this evidence into a single-page “toolkit,” in which we rank policies in terms of the quality and implications of the available evidence and the policies’ overall impact from a social cost-benefit perspective
4 Economic Evaluation of a Major Project in Practice 41 Cost Estimation 42 Accounting for Uncertainty in the Cost Estimate 421 Nature of Costs for a Single Item 422 Total Project Cost Estimate Incorporating Uncertainty 43 Intangible Considerations 5 Economic Evaluation of Modifications to Operating Process Plants 6
motivations to perform economic valuation, in general, and non-market valuation of ecosystems’ resilience, in particular Section 4 defines and explains the concept of economic perspective, which will serve as the platform for the discussion and evaluation of resilience Section 5 presents an illustration Section 6 conclud 2
Jan 03, 2012· Low-and middle-income countries are facing both a mounting burden of cardiovascular disease (CVD) as well as severe resource constraints that keep them from emulating some of the extensive strategies pursued in high-income countri There is thus an urgency to identify and implement those interventions that help reap the biggest reductions of the CVD burden, given low ,
perspective of the acquirer’s shareholders, but irrelevant for shareholders overall (think of an index fund investor) and irrelevant from the perspective of evaluating the economic effect of the acquisition Shareholders as a group and policy analysts should focus more on what happens to the combined value
Economic perspectives on the family Introduction Definitions of the family and , He points out that such a capabilities perspective is particularly useful for evaluating social conditions and programmes in relation to children, in terms of freedom from undernourishment and nutrition-related diseases and of developmental .
Symposium: Perspectives on Racial Discrimination Sociological Perspectives on Racial Discrimination Mario L Small and Devah Pager (pp 49-67) Race Discrimination: An Economic Perspective Kevin Lang and Ariella Kahn-Lang Spitzer (pp 68-89) Symposium: How Taxes Affect Location Choices Evaluating State and Local Business Incentiv Cailin .
102 Some basic economic concepts Economics provides methods for evaluating choices in terms of their costs and benefits Table 10-1 lists examples of resource-allocation decisions that can benefit from using economic tools, moving from a more macro, or health sys-tem, level to ,
Mar 26, 2021· Global-to-basin impacts We calculate both physical water scarcity (Fig 1B) and its economic impact (Fig 1C) over the 21st century for 235 river ,
Economic growth ultimately determines the prevailing standard of living in a country Economic growth is measured by the percentage change in real (inflation-adjusted) gross domestic product Since the annual growth rate of the US over the last hundred years averaged 3% per year, a growth rate above 3% is considered good
Mongolian economy require economic modelling tools capable of investigating the underlying factors of the changes, evaluating policy alternatives such as FSL to counteract negative effects, and producing forecasts of the likely path that the Mongolian economy will take in the future
Oct 04, 2017· The purpose of this research paper is to examine Social Networking across political, economic, social, and technical trends, also known as PEST analysis, and to discuss how cyberbullying is enabled through these perspectiv Additionally, we will discuss what actions may be taken by the organizations and social groups to combat cyberbullying Our methodology is based on ,
Apr 09, 2020· The economic perspective focuses on how resources are distributed in an organizational setting Philosophies that stem from the economic perspective concentrate on leveraging or manipulating those resourc An example of the economic perspective would be how the US Government is able to run a deficit to fund a war but is unable to do the .
Apr 27, 2021· Coupled with positive economics, normative economics may be useful in establishing, generating, and fulfilling new ideas and theories for different economic goals and perspectiv
May 27, 2021· Perspective from the BEA Accounts BEA produces some of the most closely watched economic statistics that influence decisions of government officials, business people, and individuals These statistics provide a comprehensive, up-to-date picture of the US economy The data on this page are drawn from featured BEA economic accounts US Economy at a Glance Table
• Economic evaluation can aid decision making and support a good return on society’s investmentin public health • Return on investment calculations should be interpreted carefully • The recommendedperspective for public health economic evaluation studies is a societal perspective
Sep 24, 2014· This study assesses if, and how, existing methods for economic evaluation are applicable to the evaluation of personalized medicine (PM) and, if not, where extension to methods may be required A structured workshop was held with a predefined group of experts (n = 47), and was run using a modified nominal group technique Workshop findings were recorded using extensive note ,
Health is determined by several factors including genetic inheritance, personal behaviors, access to quality health care, and the general external environment (such as the quality of air, water, and housing conditions) In addition, a growing body of research has documented associations between social and cultural factors and health (Berkman and Kawachi, 2000; Marmot and Wilkinson, 2006)
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Apr 18, 2016· Research on technological aspects of information security risk is a well-established area and familiar territory for most information security professionals The same cannot be said about the economic value of information security investments in organisations While there is an emerging research base investigating suitable approaches measuring the value of investments in information ,
Oct 13, 2015· There has been increasing debate surrounding mask and respirator interventions to control respiratory infection transmission in both healthcare and community settings As decision makers are considering the recommendations they should evaluate how to provide the most efficient protection strategies with minimum costs The aim of this review is to identify and evaluate the existing economic .
Economic Considerations for Reinstating Economic Activity —— 5 sectors or on sales to other sectors So, for example, the construction sector could not function if cement supplies were restricted • A final criterion considers sectors from the perspective of their importance to wider
Jul 05, 2010· Catheter-related bloodstream infections (CR-BSI) occur at an average rate of 5 per 1,000 catheter days in intensive-care units in the United States (), resulting in 80,000 episodes of CR-BSI per year ()This situation leads to increased patient illness, length of stay, and costs of care (3,4) and possibly additional deaths ()Empiric evidence suggests that >50% of these infections could be .
Aug 27, 2012· W Bruce Traill, Professor of Food Economics, School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, University of Reading E‐mail: [email protected] for correspondence Thanks to David Harvey, David Blandford and Sue Chilton for comments ,
Joumal 0fEcnnomic Perspectives-Volume 10, NumLw 3-%mm~ 1996,-Page 89-102 Econometrics and Presidential Elections Ray C Fair A t the beginning of the 197Os, Kramer (1971) wrote an influential paper on voting behavior, which concluded that votes depend on economic ,
The evaluation of the losses focused on some socioeconomic variables of interest for the whole sea-industry complex, including income and employment levels, but no NRDAs were undertaken Furthermore, the economic perspective on the valuation of ,
Mar 01, 2012· A wide variety of methodological approaches was found, including differences in type of economic evaluation, perspective, time horizon, study design, cost categories, effect outcomes, and adjustments for timing and uncertainty used The majority of studies performed a cost-effectiveness analysis from a societal perspective with a time horizon .
Economic research has found that incarceration growth is unlikely to be a root cause of the drop in crime Instead, research finds that the decrease in crime may be attributable to a number of other factors, including demographic changes, changes in policing tactics, and improving economic conditions
Description: The Journal of Economic Perspectives (JEP) attempts to fill a gap between the general interest press and most other academic economics journals The journal aims to publish articles that will serve several goals: to synthesize and integrate lessons learned from active lines of economic research; to provide economic analysis of public policy issues; to encourage cross .