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Sustainable Development and Cultural Capital

  title={Sustainable Development and Cultural Capital},
  author={Paul Dalziel and Caroline M. Saunders},
This report was commissioned by Official Statistics Research, through Statistics New Zealand. 


The role of culture has full attention among global policymakers and scholars as one of the pillars of sustainable development after the three pillars: nature, social, and economic that can provide

Identification of cultural capital and sustainable behavior towards sustainable development

Cultural capital has been defined as one of the basic aspects and means that enables human society to survive and develop civilizations. At the same time, studies show that the development of human

Culturally sustainable development: theoretical concept or practical policy instrument?

  • D. Throsby
  • Economics
    Cultural Policies for Sustainable Development
  • 2019
Abstract This paper outlines the concepts of sustainability and sustainable development, and considers the evolution of efforts to integrate culture into sustainable development policy and practice

Exploratory Research into the Resilience of Farming Systems during Periods of Hardship

This paper investigates the management strategies and responses used by New Zealand sheep and beef farmers to ensure resilience during periods of hardship. Using two, farm level surveys conducted in

Cultural Capital as Support for Development: A Case Traditional Tourism Village Samin

DOI: 10.21276/sjahss.2018.6.3.29 Abstract: Social capital and cultural capital are two things that cannot be separated. Both form the characteristics of society that make their identity or

Treasury's refreshed views on New Zealand's economic strategy: a review article

ABSTRACT At the 2014 election, the New Zealand Treasury's briefing papers included a document containing the Treasury's refreshed views on New Zealand's economic performance and strategy. This paper

Change Parent-School Disputes to Sustainable Development for the Indonesian's Social Capital

The study administrated qualitative method for IQA (Interactive Qualitative Analysis) to assess the preferred organizational change pattern for the Ombudsman of the Republic Indonesia (ORI). It

The valuation of cultural capital : a case study 1

Although cultural capital is a relatively new concept in economics (Throsby 1999, 2001), there has been a fast growing interest into the topic in recent years (Shockley 2004, Rizzo and Throsby 2006,

Well-being economics and regional science

In this Presidential Address delivered to the 35th ANZRSAI conference, the author recalls his introduction to regional science during his 1981 Masters' studies. He recalls New Zealand's economic

Acquaintance or partner? Social economy organizations, institutional logics and regional development in Australia

The social economy as a regional development actor is gaining greater attention given its purported ability to address social and environmental problems. This growth in interest is occurring within a



Our common future.

  • J. Last
  • Political Science
    Canadian journal of public health = Revue canadienne de sante publique
  • 1987
The report sought to recapture the spirit of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment the Stockholm Conference which had introduced environmental concerns to the formal political development sphere.

Economic policy and cultural well-being: the New Zealand experience

This paper was sponsored by the Tokyo Club Corporation, Waseda University. The authors are very grateful to the President of the Japan Society for New Zealand Studies, Profesor Michio Yamaoka, for

Culture, economics and sustainability

In this paper it is argued that systems analysis can provide a means of bringing economic and cultural systems together in a unified framework. It is then proposed that a link between economics and

Exploring cultural capital and its importance in sustainable development

Rational Philanthropy and Cultural Capital

This paper develops a theory of rational philanthropyin forming ``cultural capital'' and aestheticpreferences. The study maintains that changes incapital market opportunities provide

Perspectives on Cultural Capital and the Neighbourhood

Neighbourhoods have long been analysed in terms of the impacts of economic or social capital. This paper argues for the significance of the impact of cultural capital on neighbourhood change. It

From Cultural to Economic Capital: Community Employment Creation in Otara

This paper stresses the need for community responses to the ethnic unemployment problem in New Zealand. It aims to show the potential for direct employment creation on the basis of a community

Economics and Culture

In an increasingly globalised world, economic and cultural imperatives can be seen as two of the most powerful forces shaping human behaviour. This book considers the relationship between economics

The Role of Housing Stock Transfer Organisations in Neighbourhood Regeneration: Exploring the Relationship between Regeneration, ‘New Localism’ and Social Networks

This paper defines stock transfer organisations and argues that they have a pivotal role in accessing funding for the social and economic regeneration of their communities. It places housing and

Making Democracy Work: Civic Traditions in Modern Italy.

Why do some democratic governments succeed and others fail? In a book that has received attention from policymakers and civic activists in America and around the world, Robert Putnam and his