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by Uwe Schubert,Eckhard Stormer

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1845428315
Author:
Uwe Schubert,Eckhard Stormer
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Economics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Edward Elgar Pub (March 7, 2007)
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340 pages
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However, at present, there is neither a generally accepted set of measures and evaluation methods, nor specific standards to be met.

However, at present, there is neither a generally accepted set of measures and evaluation methods, nor specific standards to be met.

Sustainable Development In Europe book.

Uwe Schubert, Eckhard Stormer. Evaluating sustainable development is becoming increasingly important in policy making, evaluation practice and the scientific world in general. However, at present, there is neither a generally accepted set of measures and evaluation methods, nor specific standards to be met. Sustainable Development in Europe addresses these issues and presents an important and concise analysis of state-of-the-art sustainable development evaluation policies, programmes and projects currently at work in Europe.

Evaluating sustainable development is becoming increasingly important in policy making, evaluation . Uwe Schubert, Eckhard Störmer.

Evaluating sustainable development is becoming increasingly important in policy making, evaluation practice and the scientific world in general. Edward Elgar, 2007 - 340 sayfa.

Evaluating sustainable development is becoming increasingly important in policy making, evaluation practice and the scientific world in general

Evaluating sustainable development is becoming increasingly important in policy making, evaluation practice and the scientific world in general. However, at present, there is neither a generally accepted set of measures and evaluation methods, nor specifi. 4 An evaluation framework for sustainable development in multilevel government. 63. PART II Methods of evaluating SD. 79. multiregional and national context. 81. two participatory assessment tools for sustainability.

Evaluating sustainable development is becoming increasingly important in policy making . Publisher: Edward Elgar.

Albeit somewhat vague, this concept of sustainable development aims to maintain economic advancement and progress while protecting the long-term value of the environment; it provides a framework for the integration o. .

Albeit somewhat vague, this concept of sustainable development aims to maintain economic advancement and progress while protecting the long-term value of the environment; it provides a framework for the integration of environment policies and development strategies (United Nations General Assembly, 1987). The views and opinions expressed are the author’s and do not represent those of the Secretariat of the United Nations. Online publication or dissemination does not imply endorsement by the United Nations.

Evaluating Sustainable Development series .

In Sustainable Development in Europe, Hrsg. Evaluating Sustainable Development - New challenges for evaluators and evaluation methodology. Hardi, Peter; Martinuzzi, André; Schubert, Uwe; Störmer, Eckhard, 1-30. Celtenham, UK, Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar. Evaluation of European Regional Policies, Barcelona, Spanien, November.

Evaluating sustainable development is becoming increasingly important in policy making, evaluation practice and the scientific world in general. However, at present, there is neither a generally accepted set of measures and evaluation methods, nor specific standards to be met. Sustainable Development in Europe addresses these issues and presents an important and concise analysis of state-of-the-art sustainable development evaluation policies, programs and projects currently at work in Europe.

The aim of this book is not to offer an all-encompassing overview of these efforts, but to raise the most significant issues involved in the planning and implementation of an evaluation project at international, national, regional and local levels. These include understanding sustainable development, the aims of the evaluation, the appropriate spatial or administrative level, and the limits of the particular system analysed. The principal topic areas for evaluators focused upon in this volume are concepts, evaluation methods and their applications. Each topic is accompanied by an illustrative example of a cutting-edge evaluation study indicating how best to apply the theoretically derived approaches in a practical way.

In offering a common basis for the further development of research and applications regarding sustainability evaluations, this study will be of great interest to researchers and scholars at many levels of environmental, European, public sector and public policy studies. Evaluators will find methodological approaches and applied tools for their work. Policy makers will find the analysis of the most effective evaluation methodologies vitally useful, and NGOs and NPOs will also find that this book assists them in establishing evaluation as a learning tool.

Contributors include: J. Aizsalnieks, K. Arbter, T. Bauler, A. Bonifazi, P. Bryla, T. Corbière-Nicollier, J. Dictus, T. Eser, C. George, G. Hajnal, P. Hardi, M.F. Hofreither, I. Kaltenegger, P. Knoepfel, M. Langer, G. Lettmayer, N. Luhde-Thompson, A. Martinuzzi, J. Medhurst, W. Meyer, M. Münster, A. Nicoletti, A. Predota, E. Schmid, U. Schubert, B. Simon, F. Sinabell, E. Störmer, G. Struhkamp, A. Thierstein, C.M. Torre, M. Walser