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ability agricultural Amartya Sen approach assets basic basis capita central choices citizens conception consumer context create democracy democratic developing countries developing world development assistance development policy distribution economic growth effective electoral elites enhance environment environmental equality of opportunity ethical ethical consumer example factors fair foreign direct investment freedom future Gini coefficient global goals groups human capabilities human development human rights human well-being improvement increase individual inequalities institutions interests issues justice labor rights land landless workers Lorenz curve ment moral importance needs neoliberal nomic nutrition official development assistance organizations outcomes Overseas Development Institute percent person political poor countries population position possible poverty alleviation preferences principle production programs progressive economic development question reform regimes rent seeking requires rural significant social society standard of living substantial theory tion trade values wages welfare workers World Bank
Page 20 - Being able to have attachments to things and persons outside ourselves; to love those who love and care for us, to grieve at their absence in general, to love, grieve, to feel longing and gratitude.
Page 250 - ... as a fair system of cooperation over time from one generation to the next.
Page 79 - Food security is defined as access by all people at all times to enough food for an active, healthy life...
Page 158 - Trade (GATT), the World Trade Organization (WTO), and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Page 20 - Being able to live to the end of a human life of normal length, not dying prematurely, or before one's life is so reduced as to be not worth living. 2. Bodily Health. Being able to have good health, including reproductive health," to be adequately nourished, to have adequate shelter.
Page 147 - How can the proposed Declaration be applicable to all human beings, and not be a statement of rights conceived only in terms of the values prevalent in the countries of Western Europe and America?
Page 147 - ... moral codes of one culture must to that extent detract from the applicability of any Declaration of Human Rights to mankind as a whole.
Page 33 - Nussbaum specifies the ten general categories (life; bodily health; bodily integrity; senses, imagination, and thought; emotions; practical reason...
Page 71 - Deregulation — abolishment o~ regulations that impede entry or restrict competition, except for those justified on safety, environmental, and consumer protection grounds, and prudential oversight of financial institutions.
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