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Social Indicators of Development, 1991 (World Bank)

by World Bank

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Published by The Johns Hopkins University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Development economics,
  • Development studies,
  • Social research & statistics,
  • Developing countries,
  • Sociology - General,
  • Business & Economics / Economic Development,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages376
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11207063M
    ISBN 100801843308
    ISBN 109780801843303

    The main social indicators of development include education, health, employment and unemployment rates and gender equality, and this post introduces students to the specific indicators which institutions such as the World Bank and United Nations use to measure how ‘developed’ a country is, and the main indices which are used to compare the levels of development of different countries. The main social development indicators include education, health, employment and unemployment rates as well as gender equality If any country has strong education background of youth and also health then employment rates will shoot up high and obviously unemployment rates will come down.

      Since its foundation in , Social Indicators Research has become the leading journal on problems related to the measurement of all aspects of the quality of life. The journal continues to publish results of research on all aspects of the quality of life and includes studies that reflect developments in the field. "Social Indicators of Development" contains the World Bank's most detailed data collection for assessing human welfare to provide a picture of the social effects of economic development. Data are presented for over economies, omitting only those for which data are inadequate. Emphasis in this publication is on country-by-country review.

    Ukraine from The World Bank: Data. The Human Capital Index (HCI) database provides data at the country level for each of the components of the Human Capital Index as well as for the overall index, disaggregated by gender. governments and international organizations in the design of sustainable development indicator sets and in the development of supporting official statistics in the area (see Annex 3 for the full mandate). More particularly, the task of the Working Group was to.


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Social Indicators of Development, 1991 (World Bank) by World Bank Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book provides the latest social indicators for more than economies, including the most recent available estimates of fertility, mortality, illiteracy, access to health care, and shares of GDP for selected social expenditures.

International comparisons are made easier by a summary table that takes a cross-country look at a selected. Social indicators of development, [World Bank. Socio-Economic Data Division.;] Published for the World Bank, the Johns Hopkins University Press, © Edition/Format: Print book: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

Subjects: Economic indicators -- Developing countries. Social indicators -- Developing. Get this from a library. Social indicators of development, [World Bank. Socio-Economic Data Division.;]. Social indicators of development (English) Abstract.

This report provides data for assessing human welfare in more than countries. During the past three decades the developing world has made considerable economic and social progress. Tinker, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Social Aspects of Poverty.

As world poverty increases, development agencies are searching for more accurate social indicators for education, health, access to services and infrastructure. Other nonincome dimensions of poverty are being studied to tease out and evaluate illusive patterns of vulnerability.

The main social indicators of development include education, health, employment and unemployment rates and gender equality, and this post introduces students to the specific indicators which institutions such as the World Bank and United Nations use to measure how ‘developed’ a country is, and the main indices which are used to compare the levels of development of different countries.

Social indicators are used to assess how well a country is developing in key areas such as health, education and diet. It is one way of finding out what is happening within a country. The aim of the 1991 book of Social Indicators and Quality of Life Research is to create an overview of the field of Quality of Life (QOL) studies in the early years of the 21 st century that can be updated and improved upon as the field evolves and the century unfolds.

Social indicators are statistical time series “ used to monitor the social system, helping to identify changes and to. ADVERTISEMENTS: The following points highlight the four key indicators of economic development. The key indicators are: 1. Per Capita Income 2. Poverty 3. Social and Health Indicators 4.

Operational Pattern. Key Indicator # 1. Per Capita Income: The most important indicator of economic underde­velopment is low per capita income.

Usually, an LDC is defined as [ ]. "Measuring Social Well-Being: A Progress Report on the Development of Social Indicators". Paris: OECD. Armstrong, A., Francis, R., Bourne, M. and Dussuyer, I.

"Difficulties of Developing and Using Social Indicators to Evaluate Government Programs: A critical review". Paper presented at the Australasian Evaluation Society.

At the request of the United Nations General Assembly, The United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) convened this meeting to review recent work in the field of social development indicators and explore ways of providing better information on which to base social policy decisions.

Social Development Indicators Standards of living are difficult to measure, but indicators of social development are available. A basic measure, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) The gap in female and male literacy rates is also closing; inliteracy rates were % and % for boys and girls, respectively.

Inthe literacy rates. Standards of living are difficult to measure, but indicators of social development are available. A basic measure, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita, is the value of all goods and services produced within a region over a given time period, averaged per person.

Technical background on the development of social indicators is contained in two United Nations publications, Handbook on Social Indicators (United Nations publication, Series F, No. 49, ) and Towards a System of Social and Demographic Statistics.

This book sets out to present the major directions in the development and application of data and indicators for purposes of monitoring social progress in developing countries. One of the major conclusions of the work is that the proliferation of data on a wide range of phenomena thought useful for measuring development has yet to be matched by.

The two categories of economic and social indicators of development facilitate a more wholesome way of analysing and determining development. Each of these indicators has its own importance that helps to classify countries development and their economies which is.

Annotation Social indicators are an important tool for evaluating a country's level of social development and for assessing the impact of policy.

Such indicators are already in use in investigating poverty and social exclusion in several European countries and have begun to play a significant role inadvancing the social dimension of the European Union as a whole. Social indicators are statistical time series that are "used to monitor the social system, helping to identify changes and to guide intervention to alter the course of social change" (Ferrissp.

Examples are unemployment rates, crime rates, estimates of life expectancy, health status. The main goal of economic development is improving the economic well being of a community through efforts that entail job creation, job retention, tax base enhancements and quality of life.

As there is no single definition for economic development, there is no single strategy, policy, or program for achieving successful economic development. Book Glossary. Module Designed By Nagar,USSW,Udaipur. Indicators of Social Development Social development is a vague concept and involves many things; therefore it is imperative to assess the development process to know the direction and process of development.

By developing Indicators we can assess the status of development. indicators of sustainable development presented here reflect the valuable expe- riences of countries and international organizations over the past fifteen years since the adoption of Agenda 21 in.

Social Development Overview Putting People First In social development, we adopt an approach that focuses on the need to “put people first” in development processes. Overcoming poverty is not just a matter of getting economic policies right - it is also about promoting social development, which empowers people by creating more inclusive.

Ethiopia started economic reform programs since The country has introduced wide ranges social and economic development programs and plan during the last two decades.

The recent economic and social change in the country is incredible. This economic growth and development has been witnessed by the reputable and know world report in