Around the globe, billions of people live in extreme poverty. Almost 10% of the world’s population. That’s almost 700 million people live below the $1.90 a day World Bank poverty line. And almost half of the planet lives on a household income below $2.50 a day (nearly 4 billion people).On the sidelines, watching global development and progress brush them by the incredibly poor struggle without assistance. The world economy shuns them.
Ten years ago, there was an active debate on whether human-induced climate change was real and whether human contributions played an important causal role in recent global warming.
A peer-reviewed journal that publishes original studies, review articles and book reviews on all fields of sustainable economic growth, including political, economic and technical economic policies, is Technological and Economic Development of the Economy. The journal offers perspectives and original research for economists on topics of significance and original analysis for economists and decision makers on topics of significance.
Development is a crucial component of the solution aimed at balancing good economic growth and controlling unemployment rates. Growing in the number of quality workers that offer guaranteed incomes is a crucial lever for modern economies to share the gains of their growth with each other.
The inherent virtues and the influence of culture on individual and group growth are being challenged, analysed, evaluated and, eventually, rediscovered all over the world. The unique relationship between the arts and culture and the economic and social growth of our societies is of keen importance.