Synopsis of Approaches to Welfare and of Green Growth Concepts Currently under Discussion
Gerd Ahlert (),
Bernd Meyer (),
Roland Zieschank (),
Hans Diefenbacher () and
Hans G. Nutzinger ()
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Bernd Meyer: GWS - Institute of Economic Structures Research
Roland Zieschank: Forschungszentrum für Umweltpolitik, Freie Universität Berlin
Hans Diefenbacher: Forschungsstätte der Evangelischen Studiengemeinschaft e.V.
Hans G. Nutzinger: Universität Kassel, FB Wirtschaftswissenschaften
No 13-1, GWS Discussion Paper Series from GWS - Institute of Economic Structures Research
This paper is part of the research project “Cornerstones of an ecologically sustainable welfare concept as a basis for eco-political innovation and transformation processes” funded by the German Ministry of Environment. The main aim is to identify differentiated and exemplary starting points for an eco-politically viable and measurable concept of sustainable welfare. The synopsis presented here concentrates on the systematic evaluation of current discussions on alternative approaches to welfare, ecologically oriented welfare doctrines and strategies on the basis of a consistent matrix of questions. Key points of a sustainable welfare model in ten theses are formulated. Such a model should illustrate the environmental policy by showing its effect on people’s welfare and the use of the natural world and should assist national environmental policy in its decision-making.
Keywords: sustainable welfare; synopsis; welfare doctrines; model (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I31 Q58 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 22 pages
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