This paper aims to propose a framework that puts the stakeholders at the forefront of achieving sustainability in the social context. This research, thus, argues that the social sustainability outcomes in construction are best achieved by taking into account the satisfaction of the stakeholders.
Browsing: Sustainable Development
The major objective of this paper is to stress a role of environmental accounting in developing management’s strategic initiatives in the field of environmental protection
The local dilemma about liberalization or intervention shall be solved by each local government by applying principles of subsidiarity and proportionality to local values and circumstances.
The qualitative effectiveness of the “higher education product” depends conclusively on the human components – teacher, in the first place, their behavior, competence, and attitudes.
Post 2015 Development Planning: Adaption of a Holistic Approach in Planning and Research – A Commentary from a Practitioner’s Perspective
In this article, we analyse the argument that lack of holistic approach in planning and research have contributed to the lack of sustainable development in Africa.
A Cross-National Study of the Relationships between Cultural Determinants, Sustainable Governance and Sustainable Development
Sustainable governance contributes to the growth of positive influence of Masculinity, decreasing, at the same time, the importance of Power distance in the relationship with Sustainable Development, presented by Sustainability-adjusted Global Competitiveness Index.
The purpose of this work is to explore how global public finance prioritization, looking especially at global military spending and defense budgets, in search for a more efficient approach to better deal with the opportunity costs between defense and development.