The Challenge of Implementing Macroeconomic Policy in an Increasingly Microeconomic World

Beth Ann Fiedler, Valeria Costantini
  • January 2018, Springer Science + Business Media
  • DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-75361-4_1

Sustainable development and the economic problem

What is it about?

Demonstrates how the basic distribution of national resources from the perspective of sustainable development can help to balance the problem of production and consumption.

Why is it important?

How we choose to utilize resources impacts public health. Finding the balance between and among resource utilization is a long-standing problem of the measure of economic growth compared to the impact on societal health.

Perspectives

Beth A. Fiedler (Author)
University of Central Florida

Economic growth based on the principles of sustainable development provides the basis for equitable distribution and ecological concern using new metrics that embrace human development.

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