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The Paradigm of Sustainable Development

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Practically all countries have implemented the pattern of conventional development that follows a single linear line of economics focusing on growth of output as a function of production factors consisting of natural resources, manpower, capital, skills and technology. Gross world products has increased in the year 2000 almost sevenfold from that in 1950. Consumption of material and services has seen manifold increases as compared to a half century ago.
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 01 April 2007

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