1 edition of Socio-economic developments in Greenland and in other small Nordic jurisdictions found in the catalog.
Socio-economic developments in Greenland and in other small Nordic jurisdictions
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Lise Lyck.|
|LC Classifications||HC110.5 .S63 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||273 p. :|
|Number of Pages||273|
Appraising the socio-economic impacts of climate change for Finland. FINADAPT Working Paper There is a well-known and well-documented relationship between socio-economic status (SES), and health and lifestyle factors, such as smoking habits and physical activity [1–4]. The discussion involves two levels of socio-economic status for a person: one individual and the other area-based . The individual level refers to a.
Socio-economic group refers to a person's position in society's structural and functional systems. Formation of a socio-economic group for a person is based on data on the person's main type of activity, occupation, occupational status and industry. Statistics Finland's Classification of Socio-economic Groups is used for the classification. The regional bioeconomy has great importance for generating socio-economic impacts, especially in sparsely populated resource peripheries. The benefits include increased employment and income and improved security of supply. In this study, the modified regional input-output model of North Karelia, Finland is applied for analysing the socio-economic impacts of a bioenergy Cited by:
Also the kind of socio-economic and climate conditions anticipated for the future affect assumptions about developments in foreign trade. In the Global Markets (with technology emphasis; A1T) and the Sustainability (B1) scenarios adopted in FINADAPT, the impacts of climate change on foreign trade. This book fills a gap in the literature on environmental sustainability by addressing the topic from the perspective of social and economic development. Progress in understanding and achieving sustainability requires the integration of scientific, social, economic, and legal issues.
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Type: Contribution to book/anthology | Bidrag til bog/antologi Year: Subject: Distribution of income; Purchasing power; Greenland Main title & subtitle of host publication: Socio-economic Developments in Greenland and in other Small Nordic Jurisdictions. Socio-economic developments in Greenland and in other small Nordic jurisdictions.
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8,No.2, pp. In: Lyck L (ed.) Socio- Economic Developments in Greenland and in Other Small Nordic Jurisdictions.
Copenhagen: New Social Science Monographs Author: Pertti Joenniemi. In: Lyck L (ed) Socio-economic developments in Greenland and in other small Nordic jurisdictions.
Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen Google Scholar Loughlin J, Daftary F () Insular regions and European integration: Corsica and the Åland Islands : Egbert Jahn. Type: Contribution to book/anthology | Bidrag til bog/antologi Årstal: Emne: Distribution of income; Purchasing power; Greenland Værtpublikationens hoved- & undertitel: Socio-economic Developments in Greenland and in other Small Nordic Jurisdictions.
The Economic Characteristics of Developing Jurisdictions: Their Implications for Competition Law contributes to the ongoing debate over what type of competition law and policy is most suitable for developing jurisdictions.
Concluding that one competition model does not fit all socio-economic contexts, the book frames an alternative vision of competition rules for developing Price: $ The Norwegian Economy – Key Facts General Norway forms the western and northern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula and has common land borders with Sweden, Finland and Russia.
Norway’s area issquare kilometers (approximatelysquare miles), excluding the Svalbard Island group in the Arc-tic Ocean and other overseas Size: 1MB. The synthesis of the Socio-economic Importance of Ecosystem Services in the Nordic Countries (TEEB Nordic) has been developed by the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) and Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) with contributions and support from a.
The Role of Small, Comprehensive Universities in Regional Economic Development: Experiences from Two Nordic Cases Paper for the 43rd ERSA Congress, Eastern Finland has for a long time lagged behind in the socio-economic development of the country.
Its northern part, where the University of Joensuu is located, underwent. Potentially difficult times lie ahead for South Africa’s property market which was only just beginning to make a comeback says auctioneering firm Park Village Auction’s Jaco du Toit who heads up the company’s property division.
“There’s a lot going on on the socio-economic front which doesn’t bode particularly well for South Africa in general and the property market in. REVIEW OF LITERATURE The high growth rate of population varies a lot from region ta region and from community to community.
Population is determined by birth rate, death rate and migration flows. This entire factor is in turn depending on numerous socio- economic factors. These factors are interacting in different ways and that is why it is. The Political Economy of Northern Regional Development – Yearbook ters (NCM) Arctic Cooperation Program, The Greenland Home Rule Re-search Unit and the Obel Family Foundation.
The planning for the IPY consortium was established during a workshop in Ilulissat in that was financed by the Nordic Council of Ministers. Socio-economic Developments in Greenland and in Other Small Nordic Jurisdictions, New Social Science Monographs, pp.
– (Copenhagen: New Social Science Monographs). This study presents the outcomes of this Nordic synthesis on the socio-economic role and significance of biodiversity and ecosystem services for the Nordic countries (i.e.
Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) TEEB Nordic – Technical Summary. of the socio-economic survey conducted in Kapuas Hulu District, West Kalimantan as part of the CoLUPSIA project1.
The purpose of the study was to provide an understanding of the socio-economic conditions, the drivers for land-use change and economic development, and the cultural and social characteristics which are essential to ensuring that. UNRISD/SAREC BA Feb, Timo Voipio, MFA-Finland @ 28 Residence-based social security • To be eligible for social security benefits, you must be living in Finland.
• Benefits are individual, e.g. women have rights not only through the husbands’ jobs. The inhabitants of the Arctic are familiar with these conditions – however harsh they may seem to people living in lower latitudes – and have socio-economic aspirations for sustainable development under Arctic indigenous peoples who have lived in various parts of this vast region for millennia have specific traditional knowledge and across the Arctic region.
The second half of the book shows this theory in action in the Courts of the selected legal systems and demonstrates the evolution of constitutional judicial review in the West Nordic countries from something that once seemed at best foreign, and at worst laughable, to a feature, albeit still peripheral, of West Nordic law ().
Abstract. This paper gives an overview of the socio-economic significance of forest resources and their utilization in the Nordic countries. The investigation covers Finland, Norway and Sweden, where coniferous forest with some birch and other broadleaved trees is Author: P.
Hyttinen, B. Solberg. As a legacy of the project, the research team of Bruno Wichmann, Brenda Parlee and 2 graduate students (MSc1, MSc2) will be developing a tool to enable the IRC and local communities to analyse the data themselves and anticipate / predict how changes in different socio-economic variables (factors) influence other variables considered important.Consistent with these aspirations, the HRG has produced a detailed national-level hydrocarbon development plan outlining socio-economic and environmental considerations, providing a general framework for the oil and gas development activities being initiated in Greenlandic waters (Government of Greenland,Government of Greenland, a Cited by: 8.
1. Introduction. Social and economic circumstances have an impact on our physical and mental health. Evidence has shown that the higher the socio-economic status (SES), the lower the prevalence and/or incidence of health problems, illness, disease and death [1,2].The relationship between SES and self-rated health (SRH) varies in strength among countries [3,4].Cited by: