Welfare perspective

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  • “Social Welfare” offers, for the first time, a wide-ranging, internationally-focused selection of cutting-edge work from leading academics. Its interdisciplinary approach and comparative perspective promote examination of the most pressing social welfare issues of the day. The book is divided in three sections.

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  • Vietnam’s coastal zones are some of the very overexploited in the world with consequent degradation of its ecosystems and damage to public welfare. In general, the main goal of ICZM is to balance development and conservation, to ensure multi-sectoral planning and involve wide participation and conflict mediation. In the case of Vietnam, the central action will be adequate planning for development and management, whereby the development and management plans must be synchronous, efficacious by dealing with each other.

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  • Those responsible for the business perspective take bold views of the importance of these questions. They believe that the answers represent the bottom line for the organization and should strongly influence project decisions. However, the business view doesn’t mean that all projects must be slaves to revenue. Instead, it evaluates projects based on their contributions to the business strategy. For example, a strategic project might be essential to the organization but never generate any revenue....

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  • These three types of characteristics are summarised in Table 1, which gives a stylised presentation of di erences with respect to pre-costs, post-costs, which type of consumers buying behaviour the evaluation a ect, and nally examples of the di erent types of characteristics. An example of a search characteristic could be visible fat of a chop of pork; an example of an experience characteristic is the taste of pork under di erent preparations; and animal welfare of the production system that delivers pork exemplify a credence characteristic.

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  • Globally, clinker is typically produced in rotary kilns. Rotary kilns can be either wet process or dry process kilns. Wet process rotary kilns are more energy-intensive and have been rapidly phased out over the past few decades in almost all industrialized countries except the US and the former Soviet Union.

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  • The pig population has also halved over the past fifteen years resulting from a combination of factors including the Euro-pound exchange rate, changes to animal welfare regulations and disease problems (Henry, Baillie & Rushton, 2011). The ‘Foot and Mouth’ (FMD) epidemic of 2001, in conjunction with changes to EU subsidy payments, has also resulted in a reduced sheep population.

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  • Several particularmodels have been constructed to develop the new perspective.We are still nowhere near to having an overarching model, of the kind economists are used to in the theory of general competitive equilibrium. 19 Some models have as their ingredients large inequalities in land ownership in poor countries and the non-convexities that prevail at the level of the individual person in transforming nutrition intake into nutritional status and, thereby, labour productivity (Dasgupta and Ray, 1986, 1987; Dasgupta, 1993, 1997b).

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  • Health care is a key arena of the modernisation of welfare states. Tighter resources and a changing spectrum of diseases, coupled with new modes of citizenship and demands for public safety, challenge the health care systems throughout the Western world. This book sets out to examine new perspectives on the governance of health care and to highlight the role of the professions as mediators between the state and its citizens.

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  • The impact of collateral on credit risk is a subject that has raised a good deal of debate. From a theoretical perspective, there are two alternative interpretations that lead to different empirical predictions. On the one hand, the collateral pledged by borrowers may help attenuate the problem of adverse selection faced by the bank when lending [Stiglitz and Weiss (1981), Bester (1985), Chan and Kanatas (1985), Besanko and Thakor (1987a, b) and Chan and Thakor (1987)].

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  • Researchers as well as policymakers have expressed concerns that some contract features in the credit-card and subprime mortgage markets may induce consumers to borrow too much and to make suboptimal contract and repayment choices.1 These concerns are motivated in part by intuition and evidence on savings and credit suggesting that consumers have a time-inconsistent taste for immediate gratification and often naïvely underestimate the extent of this taste.

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  • This is a political history of Labour's use of the tax system from 1906 to 1979: an epilogue brings the story up to the present, surveying New Labour's tax policies and dilemmas. Richard Whiting's broad-ranging, lucid and readable study examines how Labour used tax to further its political aims of funding welfare, managing the economy, promoting fairness and achieving greater equality.

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  • This is a political history of Labour's use of the tax system from 1906 to 1979: an epilogue brings the story up to the present, surveying New Labour's tax policies and dilemmas. Richard Whiting's broad-ranging, lucid and readable study examines how Labour used tax to further its political aims of funding welfare, managing the economy, promoting fairness and achieving greater equality.

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  • In this chapter, I discuss Internet abuse from a psychoanalytic perspective. Internet abuse refers to the misuse of the Internet that leads to deterioration of both public and individual welfares.

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  • The factors that determine the level of commercial bank lending rates are important concerns to policy makers, the banking industry and the public at large. From a policy perspective, lower lending rates are desirable, as they tend to have a positive influence on new and existing investments, improve the competitiveness of Jamaican businesses and contribute to growth and development. These welfare effects would lead to generally higher living standards and financial surpluses.

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