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There is agreement that theory must match the practice to achieve consistency, yet there is not a well accepted socio-economic sustainability theory to deal with socio-economic sustainability failures. Due to this, non-system thinking is being used to address systematic problems. In my opinion, this inconsistency between additive theory and systematic practice must be eliminated. In other words, how can we expect to solve systematic problems using non-system based theoretical tools?

As it can be seen on the figure, there can be socio-economic sustainability. However, for socio-economic sustainability to exist, we must assume either that environmental sustainability exist at the same time or that the environment is a passive component of the system ready available for the sole purpose of fulfilling socio-economic goals. The above provides a different way of looking at socio-economic development issues.  The work presented or expected in this section deals with socio-economic sustainability theory and issues and ideas on how to develop practical applications.

The work is divided in four categories: a) published work; b) work being evaluated/reviewed or on the way to publication; c) draft work available for evaluation/revision; and d) work in progress or planned. Links to servers where published work is available as well as abstracts are provided when possible. For other type of access to my work, please contact Lucio Muņoz

  Welcome to the Socio-Economic Sustainability Page and please send me your comments.


Socio-economic development positions become

more difficult as the relevance of

environmental concerns


(Lucio Muņoz 1998)


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