The International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development (IJSESD) addresses issues of sustainable economic, environmental, and financial development in advancing, developing, and transitioning economies through eco-innovation and eco-entrepreneurship-driven ideas and solutions. This journal contains a cross-disciplinary focus and presents leverage synergies from the synthesis of knowledge, learning, and experience from diverse fields of theory and practice. IJSESD provides coverage of timely and significant issues of sustainability and development with social ecology-driven concepts and practices.
This issue contains the following articles:
- Pathways of Technological Change: An Epidemiological Approach to Structural Unemployment in the U.S. Service Sector
- Investigating the Measurement of Consumer Ecological Behaviour, Environmental Knowledge, Healthy Food, and Healthy Way of Life
- Innovation Diffusion: An Epidemiological Perspective
- The Diabetes, Depression, and Alcohol Triad: Potential Impact on Community Development
- A Simple Model of Financial Epidemiology
- On the Social Costs of Bankruptcy: Can the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA) of 2005 be an Effective Policy?
- Business Firms' Responses to the Crises of 2009
- Does the Minimum Wage Make Young Adult Labor More Attractive to Firms?: A Panel Data Analysis That Controls for Spatial Heterogeneity