Compiling socio-economic statistics

Communicating economic information
Classifiying socioeconomic resources
Discerning relevant economic data and making it readily accessible. The effect is to provide both projected information exchange whereby the complex can be enacted relative to the whole social processes it provides, and skill projections so that global economic planning and coordination can be done through local polity bodies.
An integral part of localizing cooperative participation and enabling each individual to have an equal opportunity for effective participation in the global economic process.
This strategy features in the framework of Agenda 21 as formulated at UNCED (Rio de Janeiro, 1992), now coordinated by the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development and implemented through national and local authorities.

Tactics include: future planning to be the focus of community visioning and the collection point of opinions and information for contexting the development of the economic cooperative; priority projection to collect data from regional coordinators and rank needs relative to a global rationale as well as geo-social areas; skills assignment to feed necessary expertise into cooperative structures so that all have the skills available to the community that a changing world needs; review boards to act as a check on the priorities projection by researching and authenticating needs and resources availability and acting as a reference body for future directions; resource access to give to cooperatives a means of assimilating the most useful data with minimum effort. An example is the decision by an under-developed country to double its banana production in 5 years to become more self-sufficient; they consult a review board to research the best methods for doing so and then assign people to get the training necessary to carry out the task.

Cliometric Society
Type Classification:
C: Cross-sectoral strategies