Human development theory

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    Human development theory is an advanced economic theory that tries to look at both natural capital and individual capital (both are alive!) as the twin goals of so-called sustainable development. It gave rise to the styles of capital analysis, and much of the current thinking about measuring well-being, accounting reform, fair trade and monetary reform.

    See w:human development theory