¿Puede el Estado de derecho ser una herramienta eficiente de planificación de políticas para el desarrollo sostenible en Asia?

  • Muhammad Azam University of Lahore, Sargodha Campus
  • Muhammad Irfan COMSATS University Islamabad
  • Muhammad Sajjad COMSATS University Islamabad
  • Asad Afzal Humayon COMSATS University Islamabad
  • Rao Aamir Khan COMSATS University Islamabad
Palabras clave: Estado de derecho, Agenda del Milenio de la ONU, Desarrollo sostenible, planificación de políticas, Asia, Modelo de panel dinámico

Resumen

El Desarrollo Sostenible actualmente está anulando el Problema en la agenda del Milenio de las Naciones Unidas del siglo XXI. Recientemente, el desarrollo sostenible se considera puramente una cuestión de estado de derecho. El estado de derecho ahora se considera la piedra angular del desarrollo sostenible en Asia. Teniendo en cuenta, este estudio evalúa la importancia del Estado de derecho para la planificación de políticas de desarrollo sostenible después de tener en cuenta a 12 países asiáticos durante el período de 1984 a 2012. El análisis muestra que el estado de derecho es principalmente importante para la política de desarrollo sostenible planificación en Asia. Para el análisis empírico, estimamos los resultados a través del enfoque del modelo de datos de panel dinámico.

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2019-09-30
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Muhammad Azam, Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Sajjad, Asad Afzal Humayon, & Rao Aamir Khan. (2019). ¿Puede el Estado de derecho ser una herramienta eficiente de planificación de políticas para el desarrollo sostenible en Asia?. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(19), 1078-1086. Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/740