Silvio Martínez Vicente (IEGD) participa en la publicación "Health, Violence, Environment and Human Development in Developing Countries"

Currently, developing countries seeking to maintain a sustained long-term growth is a key factor in increasing the welfare of their populations. Topics such as health, violence and the environment are decisive factors for strengthening human development and achieving sustainable development in these countries that have a variety of resources, accompanied by problems with corruption and governance. It is for this reason that this book, which focuses on health, violence, the environment and human development from the different perspectives of these countries, is integral for furthering a well-rounded discussion of this topic. Hence, the book combines different scientific approaches for enhancing our understanding of human development by analyzing health, violence and the environment in several developing countries. This text will be essential for anyone that is interested in strengthening human development in developing countries and formulating new strategies for improving health and sustainability development, while decreasing violence and urbanization problems.
Chapter 10, which is co-author Silvio Martínez Vicente (IEGD, CCHS-CSIC), is called: “In Search of Sustainable Development of La Libertad Region, Peru: A System Dynamics Integration of Ecological, Economic and Social Issues” is based on a Dynamic Simulation Model (DSM).
 
Alexander Cotte Poveda and Clara Inés Pardo Martínez (eds).Health, Violence, Environment and Human Development in Developing Countries.New York, 2013. Series: Countries, Regional Studies, Trading Blocks, Unions, World Organizations. ISBN: 978-1-62948-038-1
 

 
En la actualidad, los países en desarrollo que tratan de mantener un crecimiento sostenido a largo plazo es un factor clave en el aumento del bienestar de sus poblaciones. Temas como la salud, la violencia y el medio ambiente son factores decisivos para el fortalecimiento del desarrollo humano y el logro del desarrollo sostenible en estos países que tienen una variedad de recursos, acompañados de problemas con la corrupción y la gobernabilidad. Por esta razón, este libro, que se centra en la salud, la violencia, el medio ambiente y el desarrollo humano de las diferentes perspectivas de estos países, da una visión integral de este tema. El libro combina diferentes enfoques científicos para mejorar nuestra comprensión del desarrollo humano mediante el análisis de la salud, la violencia y el medio ambiente en varios países en desarrollo. Este texto es esencial para cualquier persona que esté interesada en el fortalecimiento del desarrollo humano en los países en vías de desarrollo y la formulación de nuevas estrategias para mejorar la salud y el desarrollo de la sostenibilidad, mientras que la disminución de los problemas de violencia y de urbanización.
El capítulo 10, del que es co-autor Silvio Martínez Vicente (IEGD, CCHS-CSIC), se denomina: “In Search of Sustainable Development of La Libertad Region, Peru: A System Dynamics Integration of Ecological, Economic and Social Issues”, está basado en un modelo de simulación dinámica (SDM).
 
Alexander Cotte Poveda and Clara Inés Pardo Martínez (eds).Health, Violence, Environment and Human Development in Developing Countries.New York, 2013. Series: Countries, Regional Studies, Trading Blocks, Unions, World Organizations. ISBN: 978-1-62948-038-1
 
sustainability development, while decreasing violence and urbanization problems. (Imprint: Nova)Currently, developing countries seeking to maintain a sustained long-term growth is a key factor in 
 
increasing the welfare of their populations. Topics such as health, violence and the environment are 
 
decisive factors for strengthening human development and achieving sustainable development in these 
 
countries that have a variety of resources, accompanied by problems with corruption and governance. It 
 
is for this reason that this book, which focuses on health, violence, the environment and human 
 
development from the different perspectives of these countries, is integral for furthering a 
 
well-rounded discussion of this topic. Hence, the book combines different scientific approaches for 
 
enhancing our understanding of human development by analyzing health, violence and the environment in 
 
several developing countries. This text will be essential for anyone that is interested in strengthening 
 
human development in developing countries and formulating new strategies for improving health and 
 
sustainability development, while decreasing violence and urbanization problems. (Imprint: Nova)
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