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Autor
Rosiek Janusz (Cracow University of Economics, Poland / Kolegium Ekonomii, Finansów i Prawa)
Tytuł
Determinants of the EU Sustainable Development Policy Effectiveness : DEA Approach
Determinanty efektywności polityki zrównoważonego rozwoju UE
Źródło
Economic and Environmental Studies, 2016, nr 4, s. 551-576, tab., rys., bibliogr. 72 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Rozwój zrównoważony, Metoda DEA (analiza obwiedni danych), Polityka klimatyczna, Polityka społeczna
Sustainable development, Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), Climate policy, Social policy
Uwagi
summ., streszcz., The publication was financed by appropriations Faculty of Economics and International Relations of Cracow University of Economics, a grant to maintain research potential.
Firma/Organizacja
Unia Europejska (UE)
European Union (EU)
Abstrakt
W ostatnich dekadach, zrównoważony rozwój stał się jedną z najważniejszych zasad w polityce Unii Europejskiej. Jego koncepcja opiera się na trzech filarach: ekonomicznym, społecznym i środowiskowym. Są one współzależne i wzajemnie się uzupełniają. Strategia Europa 2020 podkreśla znaczenie bardziej zrównoważonego rozwoju UE poprzez ustanowienie długoterminowego podejścia opartego na jasnych wytycznych odnośnie do zmian klimatycznych oraz w zakresie energii. Ogólnym celem odnowionej strategii UE dotyczącej trwałego rozwoju (ang. SDS - Sustainable Development Strategy) jest identyfikacja i rozwój działalności, mających zapewnić Unii Europejskiej osiągnięcie stałej poprawy jakości życia poprzez tworzenie zrównoważonych społeczności będących w stanie zarządzać i efektywnie wykorzystywać zasoby. Podejście to powinno opierać się przede wszystkim na społecznym potencjale innowacyjnym gospodarki UE, tworząc podstawę dla: rozwoju gospodarczego, spójności społecznej i ochrony środowiska. Głównym celem publikacji jest oszacowanie wpływu polityki UE w zakresie zrównoważonego rozwoju na gospodarki państw członkowskich UE. Analiza będzie opierać się na podejściu wykorzystującym metodę obwiedni danych (ang. DEA - Data Envelopment Analysis), która pozwoli określić skuteczność tej polityki. Powinno to przyczynić się do lepszego zrozumienia zachodzących procesów zrównoważonego rozwoju, zapewniając możliwość monitorowania, prognozowania i szacowania wpływu poszczególnych czynników na gospodarkę UE w aspekcie ekonomicznym, społecznym i środowiskowym. (abstrakt oryginalny)

In the last decades, sustainable development has become one of the key principles in the European Union policies. Its concept is based three pillars: economic, social and environmental. They are interdependent and mutually reinforcing. Europe 2020 strategy stresses the importance of more sustainable EU development by establishing a long-term approach based on a clear guidance to climate and energy change. The overall aim of the renewed EU Sustainable Development Strategy (SDS) is to identify and develop activity to ensure the EU to achieve continuous improvement of quality of life through the creation of sustainable communities able to manage and use resources efficiently. It should be based mainly on social innovation potential of the EU economy, to form the background for: economic development, social cohesion and environmental protection. The main goal of publication is to estimate the EU sustainable development policy impact on the economies of the EU Member States. Analysis will be based on Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) approach, which will let determine the efficiency of this policy. It should contribute to better understanding of the ongoing processes of the sustainable development, providing possibility for monitoring, forecasting and estimating the impact of particular factors on the EU economy in terms of economic, social and environmental aspects. (original abstract)
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