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Socioeconomics (1,284 Books)


Socioeconomics or socio-economics is the study of the relationship between economic activity and social life. The field is often considered multidisciplinary, using theories and methods from sociology, economics, history, psychology, and many others.

 
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Principles of Social Economics, Inductively Considered and Practic...

By: George Gunton
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The Social Philosophy and Religion of Comte

By: Edward Caird
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Economics as the Basis of Living Ethics : A Study in Scientific So...

By: John Gormley Murdoch
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Monographs on American Social Economics : Volume 16-20

By: United States. Commission To the Paris Exposition, 1900
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Monographs on American Social Economics : Volume 1-14

By: United States. Commission To the Paris Exposition, 1900
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Principles of Political Economy : With Some of Their Applications ...

By: John Stuart Mill
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Principles of Political Economy : With Some of Their Applications ...

By: John Stuart Mill
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Principles of Political Economy : With Some of Their Applications ...

By: John Stuart Mill
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Social Philosophy of Ludwig Börne

By: Veit, Philipp Fritz

Thesis, Ph.D., 1952

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Progress in Estimating Active Life Expectancy October 9, 2002 Nati...

By: epartment of Health and Human Services

Summarizing the lifetime health experiences of a population is a difficult task requiring the application of clear definitions, high quality data and complex methodologies. For many, life expectancy at birth is the gold standard of summary measures. It is based upon good data, it is accepted and understood by many, and it correlates well with other measures of population well-being. However, life expectancy is one dimensional, measuring only length of life, and at a time...

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Social Capital and Poverty Lessons from Case Studies in Mexico and...

By: Fernando Rello

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: The purpose of this article is to propose a simple definition for the analysis of concrete situations involving the concept of social capital (hereinafter referred to as SC). This definition will then be used to determine the circumstances in which SC helps poor rural social groups reduce their social exclusion and improve their living conditions. The data for exploring this issue were obtained from various studies of rural organizations in Mexico and Central Am...

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Healthy Life Expectancy in North Carolina, 1996-2000

By: Paul A. Buescher, Ph.D.

Objectives: Life tables have traditionally been used to estimate life expectancy at birth and at other ages. This study combines the life table methodology with measures of morbidity or ill health to calculate healthy life expectancy for the population of North Carolina. Methods: We use 1996-2000 mortality data to calculate life expectancies for North Carolinians and then add 1993-2000 data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) to estimate, by age, ...

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Gap in Life Expectancy Among World Regions Exceeds 20 Years

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: ... of 100 babies born this year in Sub- Saharan Africa, 9 will die before reaching age 1. In the world?s more developed countries, it will take about 60 years for these 9 deaths to occur. The difference reflects a continuing gap in mortality levels faced by the populations of the world?s more and less developed countries, and by the populations of the various regions of the developing world. A child born in Sub-Saharan Africa can expect to live, on average, onl...

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Measuring Social Capital

By: Christiaan Grootaert

Excerpt: The idea of social capital has enjoyed a remarkable rise to prominence in both the theoretical and applied social science literature over the last decade.1 While lively debate has accompanied that journey, thereby helping to advance our thinking while ...

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Japan Social Development Fund Grant Proposal : Capacity Developmen...

By: The World Bank

Economics

The development objectives of the grant are (a) to strengthen social capital by enhancing the capacity of villages and local governments to design and implement strategic development plans at village and ward levels; and (b) to enhance accountability of decision makers through mechanisms that foster open and transparent governance.

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Japan Social Development Fund Grant Proposal : Fostering Social Ca...

By: The World Bank

Economics

The objective is to significantly improve the living conditions in very poor communities in two of Paraguay's poorest municipalities (Carepegua and Nemby) by increasing their capacity to engage in their own social and economic development through intensive training, community organization and capacity building. The specific objectives are to: (a) empower the poor communities through a bottom-up, demand-driven strategy with support of the education community; (b) promote ...

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Social Capital, Social Exclusion and Rights : Opportunities and Co...

By: The World Bank

Economics

Key issues in urban governance: Entitlements of poor urban households and communities -- Effective delivery/ coordination of services -- Collective action and participation in urban governance -- Responsive and inclusive urban government...

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Life Expectancy at Birth by Region, Country, And Sex : 2002, 2025,...

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: 2002 2025 2050 2002 2025 2050 2002 2025 2050 WORLD 64 69 77 62 67 74 66 71 79 .Less Developed Countries 62 68 76 61 66 73 64 70 79 .More Developed Countries 76 80 83 73 76 80 80 83 86 AFRICA 50 55 71 49 53 68 51 57 74 ... Sub-Saharan Africa 47 53 70 46 51 67 48 54 73 ... Angola 37 40 55 36 39 52 38 41 58 ... Benin 51 54 70 50 53 67 52 55 72 ... Botswana 34 30 67 33 31 65 34 30 69 ... Burkina Faso 45 50 68 43 49 65 46 52 71 ... Burundi 43 51 71 42 49 69 44 52 74 ...

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Tables for Determining Feca Program Liabilities Cost Avoidance Bas...

By: epartment of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: YEAR OF BIRTH TABLE A CALENDAR YEAR TABLE B INFLATION 1994 1995 1996 1997 YEARS FACTOR 1919 0 0 0 0 1.00 1920 0 0 0 0 2 1.025 1921 0 0 0 0 3 1.05 1922 0 0 0 0 4 1.075 1923 0 0 0 0 5 1.102 1924 0 0 0 0 6 1.1 1925 0 0 0 7 1.166 1926 2 0 0 8 1.19 1927 3 2 0 9 1.221 1928 4 3 2 10 1.254 1929 5 4 3 2 11 1.287 1930 6 5 4 3 12 1.322 1931 7 6 5 4 13 1.358 1932 8 7 6 5 14 1.395 1933 9 8 7 6 15 1.434 1934 10 9 8 7 16 1.473 1935 11 10 9 8 17 1.515 1936 12 11 10 9 18 1.558 1...

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Socioeconomics of Small-Scale Fisheries in the Artificial Reef Are...

By: Pongpat Boonchuwong

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: There has been a noticeable increase in fisherfolk population in the districts of Muang and Kapur, which are close to the artificial reef sites AR1,AR2 and AR3. This could be partly due to increase in population and partly due to the influx of immigrant fisherfolk in search of better prospects. Socioeconomic assessment of the fisherfolk community is an important component to link their status and well-being to the bioeconomics of their livelihood ? fishing.

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