2 edition of Indicators of national development: The Nordic countries. found in the catalog.
Indicators of national development: The Nordic countries.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Historical-ecological Data-archives. Report, no. 5, Universitetet i Bergen. Sosiologisk Institutt. Dataarkivene. Rapporter, oversikter|
|LC Classifications||HC345 .K84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 l., 29 l.|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||73169210|
GDP growth in the Nordic countries , by country Italy: personal perception of national economic recovery in Survey on consumer confidence in Italy Q4 In many happiness studies the Nordic countries share the top scores. ‘Happiness’ however may not be the most accurate term. In Why the Finns don’t want to be happy, a high quality of life includes the usual indicators of life expectancy and GDP per capita. However, Finns also list the ability to look after each other, freedom to make life.
The Nordic countries have much to gain by cooperating about wind energy and benefit from each other's experiences. For six years, , the Nordvind Working Group under the Nordic Council of Ministers worked. Nordic Statistics is a collection of comparative Nordic statistics which has existed and been funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers since the mids. The Nordic Statistics database contains about two hundred matrices.
development – new bearings for the Nordic countries, the Nordic strategy for sustainable development. The other aim is to use the Nordic action programme to initiate projects that support sustainable development. These include specific initiatives for research and synthesis with the aim of developing spatial planning as an instrument. documents in the Nordic countries. Similarities and variations among the countries will be reflected. Implications, practice or policy The study will inform a broad spectrum of target groups across the fields of scientific research, teacher education, and educational policy and practice in the Nordic countries .
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Facts and statistics about the Nordic Region and the Nordic countries. Facts about the Nordic Region. Find useful information about the Nordic Region and each of its countries here. State of the Nordic Region. State of the Nordic Region presents facts and figures from the Nordic countries on core socioeconomic areas.
Image bank. Participants examined the strengths and weaknesses of existing indicators to measure social wealth, identified missing indicators that need to be developed, and made recommendations for the development and placement of social wealth economic indicators in the proposed U.S.
National Key Indicators System as well as within national and satellite. health sector in the Nordic countries, their structure and resources is provided. Health Statistics in the Nordic Countries consequently provides an annual cross sec-tion of the health care areas in the Nordic countries.
This version comprises the latest available data as per 1 October The latest data year may consequently be or The national differences we found in eating out in Nordic countries are probably reflections of the different culinary cultures.
These cultures divide the region into two parts: Sweden and Finland, the Eastern part, with their hot cooked lunches, and Denmark and Norway, the Western part, with cold, and often packed, lunches (Holm et al., ).Cited by: 5. The indicator framework is applied at a national level in the Nordic countries: Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland, but it may be used at any geographical level.
The Nordic region represents a wide range of habitat types, including mountainous landscapes, boreal and nemoral forests, inland waters and mires as well as a long coastline Cited by: A historical look at the link between social policy and economic development in countries that have addressed poverty issues with relative success, such as the Nordic ones, must be said to provide.
The book also traces the link between democratization and social policy, drawing attention to the role of the state and non-governmental organizations. Social Policy and Economic Development in the Nordic Countries examines Nordic social policies on unemployment, social care, family, education and health care policies, and reviews future.
The Nordic countries have old traditions for involving civil society in the work with refugees, and national nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) play a role in all of these countries. In Iceland and Denmark, two NGOs, the Icelandic Red Cross and the Danish Refugee Council, participate actively in the resettlement program.
The Nordic countries are well connected, with almost all their inhabitants online, and they make good use of a variety of services. This is shown in the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI), which measures the EU countries on digital infrastructure, digital skills, use of Internet services, the extent to which the business community uses.
The development of a bioeconomy is at the forefront of the national and regional agendas of many European countries. Yet, little is known about the status and the institutional and policy frameworks for bioeconomy development in Northwest Russia. The Nordic countries are usually mentioned in the Spanish political debate as examples of well-functioning and efficient Welfare States where the government provides citizens with a large range of social benefits.
(The terms “Nordic” and “Scandinavian” will be employed interchangeably to refer to Sweden, Finland and Denmark. As the national coverage of diabetes quality data is high in all 4 countries, the data are representative. In the Nordic countries, pediatric diabetes centers treat all children and adolescents with diabetes, which means that it is not difficult to achieve virtually complete data coverage.
Understanding indicator choice for the assessment of research, development, and demonstration financing of low-carbon energy technologies: Lessons from the Nordic countries Book.
A nother year, another report saying that the Nordic countries are the happiest in the world. Every year the UN’s Sustainable Development Solutions Network releases the. The Nordic countries cluster near the top in numerous metrics of national performance, including education, economic competitiveness, civil liberties, quality of life and human development.
With only four language groups, the common linguistic heterogeneous heritage is one of the factors making up the Nordic. Objective: To study the association between parents' labour market participation and children's health and wellbeing. Design: Parent reported data on health and wellbeing among their children from the survey Health and welfare among children and adolescents in the Nordic countries, A cross sectional study of random samples of children and their families in five Nordic countries (Denmark.
common set of indicators for monitoring eHealth in the Nordic countries, Greenland, the Faroe Island and Åland, for use by national and international policy makers and scientific communities to support development of Nordic welfare. The Research Network published its first report inwhere a methodology was.
Key messages Indicators on social inequality in health can and should be followed over time in the five Nordic countries. The indicators selected by this sub-project deal with life expectancy.
The indicators can be combined in various ways to describe vulnerability using an interactive mapping tool. Indices of vunerability can be derived at municipality scale and mapped across the Nordic region. This was a pilot project, with initial efforts directed towards a Nordic. Constitutional Law in the Nordic Countries.
The Nordic countries are majoritarian democracies: the doctrine of division of powers is central, but the Parliament is the paramount institution, as it secures popular sovereignty.
21 In respecting popular sovereignty, courts have traditionally been reluctant to perform judicial review, because in doing so they would challenge the ‘will’ of. Rapid decarbonization requires additional research, development, and demonstration of low-carbon energy technologies.
Various financing instruments are in place to support this development. They are frequently assessed through indicator-based evaluations. There is no standard set of indicators for this purpose. This study looks at the Nordic countries, which are leading countries with respect.These instruments are frequently assessed by carrying out indicator-based evaluations.
So far there is no standard set of indicators for this purpose. This study looks at research, development, and demonstration financing in the Nordic countries, which are frequently mentioned as leading countries with respect to eco-innovation.It identifies the driving forces behind the development of the Nordic welfare model and the problems and dilemmas the model is facing at present.
The book also traces the link between democratization and social policy, drawing attention to the role of the state and non-governmental organizations.