Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Opening credits
  • 00:20    |    
    Content overview
  • 01:17    |    
    Definition of Sustainable Development
  • 02:05    |    
    Implementation of Sustainable Development
    • 3D property rights
    • The rule of law
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Innovation
      • Efficiency and reduction of resources used
      • Increase of productivity
    • Economic growth
    • World economic growth
    • Increase of human welfare
      • Relationship between GDP growth and poverty reduction
      • Increase of life expectancy
      • Improvement in nutrition
      • Improvement in environmental quality
  • 20:21    |    
    The Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC)
    • EKC turning points
    • Pollution in India and China
    • Domestic energy consumption in China
    • Technology transfer and health
    • The Environmental Transition Curve (ETC)
  • 27:09    |    
    Examples of unsustainable development
    • Toll system in India
    • The Soviet Union
      • Human and technological development costs
      • Environmental cost
    • Brazil
      • Declining of agricultural and industrial output
      • Economic consequences
    • Africa
      • Post-colonial leaders
      • Centralized state control of resources
      • Environmental degradation
    • India
      • Biomass fuels
      • Air pollution
    • World's most polluted cities
    • China
  • 41:24    |    
    Lessons for Sustainable Development
  • 42:52    |    
    Questions
    • What is the relationship between sustainable development and government intervention?
    • What is the effect of private property rights on sustainability?
    • What is the effect of political regulations on environmental degradation? How can economic growth preserve the environment?
    • ¿What are the main cultural economic policy reasons that prevent Africa and Latin America from adopting economic improvements?
      • Chile
      • Botswana
      • Mauritius
      • The diffusion of foreign ideas
    • How can a constitution promote legal certainty?
    • How does culture play a role on environmental preservation?
      • Environmental preservation in Kenya
      • Relationship between education and economic growth
    • Comment: Relationship between empowerment, trust and economic growth
    • Comment: Nations with entrepreneurial spirit that generate wealth
    • Which political and social factors produce wealth inequalities between societies?
    • Could you give us a follow up of Buckingham University?
    • Comment: Effect of precolombian heritage on the development of Latin America
    • Comment: Government continuity and economic development
    • What is the relationship between a culture of trust and economic development?
      • Privatization of agricultural lands in China
      • Trust: An insufficient condition for economic development
    • Comment: Categories of cultural aspects
  • 01:27:28    |    
    Final credits


Sustainable Development

New Media  | 11 de noviembre de 2006  | Vistas: 1523

About this video

A successful implementation of sustainable development requires the existence of 3D property rights, the Rule of Law, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Using the Environmental Kuznets Curve, sustainable development leads to economic growth,  increase of human welfare, and environmental quality. Examples of unsustainable development occurred in the Soviet Union, Brazil, China, and India where the common factor is a centralized government. 



Credits

Sustainable Development
Julian Morris

Business School EN-601
Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, November 11th 2006

New Media - UFM production. Guatemala, November 2006
Translation: Gretel de Ippisch, Ilma Bayo; camera: Jorge Samayoa, Alexander Arauz; digital editing: Claudia de Obregón; index and synopsis: Christiaan Ketelaar; content reviser: Katty Schellenger; publication: Pedro David España


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Julian Morris is Executive Director and founder of International Policy Network…

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