Creating a “values” chain for sustainable development in developing nations: where Maslow meets Porter

@article{Walsh2011CreatingA,
  title={Creating a “values” chain for sustainable development in developing nations: where Maslow meets Porter},
  author={P. Walsh},
  journal={Environment, Development and Sustainability},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={789-805}
}
  • P. Walsh
  • Published 2011
  • Economics
  • Environment, Development and Sustainability
This paper serves to establish an appropriate framework for prioritizing policy related to sustainable development by combining elements of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory with Porter’s value chain theory. An appropriate balance of social sustainability, economic sustainability, and environmental sustainability is defined so that policy makers may be provided some direction in regard to appropriate and socially just resource priorities. The model that forms the basis for this framework is… Expand
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