The holistic concepts of disaster management and social cohesion - statistics and method

Author
Amalia Pandelica · Ionut Pandelica · Gheorghe Savoiu
Published print 2011
Journal Scientific Bulletin - Economic Sciences
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Abstract

The paper uses a multidisciplinary approach to underline the importance of some holistic concepts like social cohesion and human ecology, and also to assess environmental and economic specificity of these new ecological and social terms. The structure of the paper consists of an introduction describing the transition from mythological existence to the contemporary holistic view and four sections. While, the first section details the vital elements of the ecosphere in the new holistic sense, the second describes the holistic concept of human ecology, and the third details the significance, importance and impact of the contemporary management disasters and some global statistics. The last section summarize a statistical method known as the social cohesion evaluation, applied by the author in our country, during Romania’s admission period to EU, that in conjunction with holistic concept of human ecology represent new necessary analysis in this decade. Some final remarks underline the importance of a new approach in economics based on holistic principle and reciprocity.

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  • It is an not the edited version of the original data import from RePEc. There is only one author in the original paper: Gheorghe SAVOIU ... Please try to do a good job and make this correction ! Folow the link http://economic.upit.ro/buletin_cd/Buletin_2011_1.pdf View changes to the previous version or view the complete version history. Written by Anonymous user (IP:79.118.218.47), January 25, 2012, 7:13 PM UTC

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Title
The holistic concepts of disaster management and social cohesion - statistics and method
Author*
Amalia Pandelica · Ionut Pandelica · Gheorghe Savoiu
Year
2011
Journal
Scientific Bulletin - Economic Sciences
Published print
2011
Type
Research Article
Language
eng
Keywords
Ecology · Human Ecology · Disaster Management · Social Cohesion · Measurement And Analysis Of Poverty · Human Resources · Human Development · Income Distribution · Migration · Climate · Natural Disasters · Global Warming · Environment And Development · Environment And Trade · Sustainability · Environmental Accounting · Environmental Equity · Population Growth · Economic Sociology · Economic Anthropology

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This is Version 8 of this record. Q-Sensei Corp. added this version on April 18, 2012. It is an edited version of the original data import from RePEc. View changes to the previous version or view the complete version history.