Role of Socio-economic Indicators in Development and Education

Alberto Ciferri, Angelaurelio Soldi, Cinzia Bongianni


Combinations of broad-defined indicators of wellbeing, social harmony, education, etc., have been used to provide comparative assessments of socio-economic conditions in various nations and stimulate policy changes. In this short review we compare conceptual frameworks and actual models based on subjective (social) and objective (analytical) socio-economic indicators. An interplay of subjective and objective indicators is also the basis of an approach for interdisciplinary education of young generations, particularly in nations characterized by ethnic conflicts and/or poor wealth distribution. The interaction between social and economic indicators suggests the need of a more integrated socio-economic outlook.

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Journal of Education and Development  ISSN 2529-7996 (Print)  ISSN 2591-7250 (Online)

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