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Record number 412116
Title Institutional Framework for Analyzing Sustainability in European Agriculture and Rural Areas
Author(s) Pascucci, S.; Polman, N.B.P.; Slangen, L.H.G.
Source In: Agricultural and Environmental Informatics, Governance and Management: Emerging Research Applications / Andreopoulou, A., Manos, B., Polman, N., Viaggi, D., Hershey, USA : IGI Global - ISBN 9781609606213 - p. 1 - 22.
DOI https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-60960-621-3.ch001
Department(s) Management Studies
LEI Regional economy & land use
LEI Regional economy & land use
WASS
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2011
Abstract The aim of this chapter is to develop an institutional framework for analyzing and improving sustainability. More specifically we discuss (i) developing a framework that consists of different institutional levels and a set of indicators for measuring the relevant features of each institutional level; (ii) investigating what are the dimensions of sustainable agriculture and rural development and related suitable indicators; (iii) the relationship between the institutional framework and sustainability; finally (iv) we tried to design better institutions for improving the sustainability in agriculture and rural areas. The chapter also underlines the relevance of looking at sustainability in a more empirical way. It strongly emphasises the necessity to support the theoretical approach with the use of indicators and reference levels. More specifically, the chapter indicates general and more comprehensive typologies of indicators that are commonly used to evaluate sustainability and sustainable development in agriculture and rural areas
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