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Human well-being: concepts, theory and measurement

By: Prasad, Narayan.
Contributor(s): Nizami, Nausheen [Co-author].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ghaziabad Index International 2018Description: xxiv, 294 p.ISBN: 9788192773971.Subject(s): Social indicators | Well being | Human well beingDDC classification: 306.01 Summary: Improvement in Human Well-being has been universally recognized as the final goal of public policies and development programmes. However, the notion of well-being still continues to be debated across the countries. The key motive of the authors is to develop an alternative framework on the quintessential notion of human weee-being using holistic conception of 'man' as conceived in Indian wisdom tradition (referred to as Bharatiya Vision). Overall, this Study on Human Well-being would through a new light on the direction in which the analytical and policy oriented work in Social Sciences, in particular, in the field of Economic Science should proceed in the future, to become hitherto more useful and insightful for serving the welfare of the common man, in general.
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Improvement in Human Well-being has been universally recognized as the final goal of public policies and development programmes. However, the notion of well-being still continues to be debated across the countries. The key motive of the authors is to develop an alternative framework on the quintessential notion of human weee-being using holistic conception of 'man' as conceived in Indian wisdom tradition (referred to as Bharatiya Vision). Overall, this Study on Human Well-being would through a new light on the direction in which the analytical and policy oriented work in Social Sciences, in particular, in the field of Economic Science should proceed in the future, to become hitherto more useful and insightful for serving the welfare of the common man, in general.

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