Perspectives on Economic Security
This book on economic security is particularly timely as the world economy confronts difficult challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic and high inflation rates that may trigger financial crisis and concerns about likely recession in national economies and societies across the globe. Economic security is a valuable, influential and multi-dimensional subject of intellectual inquiry in the social sciences and interdisciplinary fields. This book explores multifaceted perspectives on economic security from the standpoint of sustainability, labour, economic diplomacy, global development and fragile states. As a useful guide for learners, researchers and practitioners, it informs the reader about recent research and pedagogical trends from a wide range of viewpoints shaping economic security and insecurity worldwide.
Dr Rosario Adapon Turvey is an Associate Professor of Sustainability Sciences and Geography and the Environment at Lakehead University, Canada. Formerly a PhD Fellow with the United Nations University’s Institute of Advanced Study on Sustainability (UNU-IAS), she holds a PhD in Geography from the University of Waterloo, Canada. Previously, she served as an international expert and development economist/planner for projects funded by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in the South Pacific. She recently co-edited the books Environmental Sustainability and Intellectual, Scientific Educational Influences on Sustainability Research.
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