Social Articulation as a Condition for Equitable Growth
Economic growth in Third World countries has not been accompanied by wealth equalization. The equitability of growth and income depends on the country's structural conditions. Policies must be directed at eliminating unequal growth patterns. Industrial investment must be directed at changing the income distribution structure.
Publication Name: The Journal of Development Economics
The social policy of Tajikistan in a transition economy
Tajikistan is the poorest country among the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries. The challenges faced by social policy makers in Tajikistan, are highlighted.
Publication Name: Problems of Economic Transition
Moral intensity as a predictor of social responsibility
A study is conducted to determine the impact of moral intensity in ethical decision making process and social responsibility of corporations.
Publication Name: Business Ethics: A European Review
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