publication . Article . 2017

Social choice theory and its application in a human rights based approach to development

Deepanshu Mohan;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2017 Journal: Journal of Governance and Regulation (issn: 2220-9352, eissn: 2306-6784, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Publishing house "Virtus Interpress"
Abstract
<jats:p>A discourse on human rights, is built on including such rights as part of a broader, universal framework (accommodating for moral, ethical claims) that go beyond any constitutionally derived claims and rights or any given set of legitimate laws that are defined by the sovereign of a country. In recent decades, invoking a discussion on safeguarding human rights has become a major way of challenging the level of inequities and oppression within and across countries today that are circumscribing the possibilities of realizing any form of developmental growth. This paper makes an attempt to study the basic formulation of rights, particularly in context of a ...
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free text keywords: Social Choice Theory, Economic Development, Human Rights, Organizational behaviour, change and effectiveness. Corporate culture, HD58.7-58.95, Finance, HG1-9999, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Economics, Positive economics, Public economics
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