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Los principios del desarrollo sostenible en las políticas nacionales: un análisis comparativo desde la perspectiva de los indicadores del milenio

Información Comercial Española, ICE: Revista de economía, ISSN 0019-977X, Nº 846, 2009 (Ejemplar dedicado a: Relaciones euromediterráneas), pags. 155-174
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ABSTRACT La Declaración del Milenio de las Naciones Unidas incluye el objetivo de garantizar la sostenibilidad del medio ambiente, lo que refleja su importancia actual como elemento clave de las políticas de desarrollo impulsadas desde los organismos internacionales. Este trabajo analiza la evolución reciente de un grupo de países con respecto a la incorporación de los principios del desarrollo sostenible en sus políticas nacionales. Para ello, se construye un indicador compuesto a partir de una serie de indicadores parciales seleccionados por los expertos de la ONU para el seguimiento de los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio (ODM).

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