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Bhutan national human development report 2000

Bhutan national human development report 2000

gross national happiness and human development, searching for common ground.

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Published by Planning Commission, Royal Govt. of Bhutan in [Thimphu] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bhutan,
  • Bhutan.
    • Subjects:
    • Human capital -- Bhutan.,
    • Bhutan -- Social conditions.,
    • Bhutan -- Social conditions -- Statistics.,
    • Bhutan -- Economic conditions.,
    • Bhutan -- Economic conditions -- Statistics.

    • About the Edition

      On building of human capital in Bhutan and its socio-economic conditions; a government report.

      Edition Notes

      Includes statistical tables.

      GenreStatistics.
      ContributionsBhutan. Planning Commission.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4904.7 .B48 2000
      The Physical Object
      Pagination64 p. :
      Number of Pages64
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3336688M
      LC Control Number2004327244

      The report also states that democracy is a path to good governance, which is a pillar of Gross National Happiness, as well as Bhutan’s vision for human development. It looks at the first decade of democracy in Bhutan, its impact on national governance and therefore, on human development. Bhutan’s Main Message for Voluntary National Review Guided by the development philosophy of Gross National Happiness, Bhutan is committed to realizing the Agenda for Sustainable Development. Bhutan will graduate from the Least Developed Country category on completion of its 12th Five Year Plan period ().

      Bhutan National Human Development Report Thimphu. 3 Royal Government of Bhutan, National Statistics Bureau. Population and Housing Census of Bhutan. Thimphu. 4 Dependency burden is measured as the ratio of combined population shares of the youth and the elderly populations to the total.   It concludes with an overview of the book’s structure. Bhutan national human development report Thimphu: Royal Government of Bhutan. Human development report New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Google Scholar. United Nations Development .

      Bhutan National Human Development Report Gross National Happiness and Human Development –Searching for Common Ground, Thimphu: Royal Government of Bhutan. (). dPal sprul Orgyan ’Jigs med Chos kyi dBang po (). Education in Tibet: Policy and Practice Since , London: Tibet Information Network and Zed the Two Ways of Author: Karma Phuntsho. The economic development of Bhutan begins from early s with the inception of first five year plan. While it has made significant growth in economic development. The private sector refers to the business sector and that exclude all the activities that are outside the direct influence of public sector (Bhutan National Human Development, ).


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