human value


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Archaic marketing methods
Inadequacy of the domestic market
Imperialistic distribution system
Economic dependence of countries on the drug trade
Adverse economic shocks from external factors
Instability of the world economy
Denial of the right of economic initiative
Incompetent financial management
Economic expansion
Economic dictatorship
Undemocratic local economic systems
Vulnerability of socio-economic systems to globalization
Lack of progress in establishing a New International Economic Order
Economic imperialism
Unimaginative vision of existing international economic structures
Regional protectionism
Government dependence on arms manufacture
Denial of right to economic security
Economic loss through reduced productivity of diseased animals
International economic recession
Economic revolution
Uneconomic business associations
Overstated programme advantages
Denial of economic and social rights to refugees
Differences in national economic interest
Restricted flow of local economy
Lack of economic adaptation of indigenous systems
Lack of integration of regulatory programmes into other socio-economic programmes
Inequitable distribution of wealth
Cyclic business recessions
Inadequate economic incentives
Inferior classes
Uneconomical small farms
Interference of transnational banks in domestic economic policies
Uneconomic publishing markets for minority languages
Military and economic hegemony
Economic philosophy of controlled risk
Small business failures
Economic uncertainty
Denial of economic rights
Economic cross-retaliation
National economic dislocation
Fraud concerning economic situation and corporate capital of companies
Insufficient economic pressure
Capitalist economic imperialism
Emphasis on economic priorities in research
Animal deaths
Restrictive macro-economic policies
Economic backlash from the richer nations
Failure of market-led economic recovery
Economic repression
Absence of long-term economic planning agencies
Political monoculture
National economic recession
Extra-economic constraints
Contradictory solutions to national economic goals
Corporation-sanctioned assassination
Unethical practices in economics
Economic risks of subcontractors
Economic powerlessness
Lack of grassroots involvement in economic planning
Declining economic productivity
Embargo on medicines
Fear of personal insecurity
Inadequate regional integration of countries
Destruction of economic and social institutions
Unbridled economic competition in communist systems
Restrictions on private economic expansion
Unquestioned control by economic forces
Economic migrants
Economic apathy
Economic barriers to access to the legal profession, the judiciary and jury membership
Economic manipulation
Undeveloped business plan
Economic retaliation
Slaughter of diseased animals
Economic undervaluation of environmental processes
Dominance of economic motives
Restrictive trade practices
Unwanted female babies
International differences in trading practices
Economic exploitation
Loss of earning power
Economic conflict
Weakness in trade between different economic systems
Economic crime
Economic impediments to marriage
Unfulfilled aspirations of economic life
Disregard for internationally imposed economic sanctions
Overpowering competitive markets
Adverse environmental consequences of depressed agricultural prices
Trafficking in children for economic exploitation
Economic loss
Economic ignorance
Underemphasis on local economic development
Competitive techno-economic warfare
Economic rationalism driving education
Economic isolationism
Uneconomic snow removal
Second-class citizenship
Limited approaches to economic planning
Global financial crisis
Ideological overemphasis in economic administration
Overemphasis on economic progress in society
Control of national economic sectors by transnational enterprises
Imbalance in economic relationships among countries
Unconstrained free trade
Economic domination of women
Economic destabilization of countries by external forces
International economic interdependence
Economic sanctions against governments
Antiquated world socio-economic order
Economic barriers to women's access to the judicial process
Economic intimidation
Unstable economic base
Unbridled economic competition
Poverty as a consequence of war
Rural poverty
Economic insecurity
Financial and economic disputes between states and nationals of other states
Negative economic repercussions of disarmament
Imbalances in the distribution of the costs and benefits of economic integration
Inadequate economic statistics
Economic inflation
Proliferation of second homes
Economic unrest
Economic and industrial production instability
Communist economic imperialism
Lack of processing industry for primary commodities
Domination of economic integration by transnational corporations
Inadequacy of economic doctrine
Denial of right to economic asylum
Decline in real wages
Unsuccessful economic ventures
Economic exploitation of biodiversity
Hidden environmental costs of economic production
Ineffective economic structures in industrial nations
Uneven economic recovery
Economic civil war
Barriers to economic education
Abuse of economic power
Failure of global economic mechanisms in biodiversity conservation
Institutional economic domination
Economic bias of worker benefits
Global corporate mercantilism
Researching macroeconomic modelling
Orienting economic policy toward social need
Designing economic recovery programmes
Training in economic development
Organizing meetings on economic development
Investigating equitable economic growth
Planning mining industry
Promoting environmentally sound economic growth
Promoting right to development
Providing a clearinghouse for economic development information
Investing in environmental conservation
Training in international finance
Protesting lack of integration of environmental and economic issues
Mobilizing resources for economic development
Studying social reform
Government forcing of economic development
Consulting on negotiating strategies for economic development
Facilitating economic structural adjustment
Researching economic development
Analysing economic impacts
Promoting solutions to poverty
Consulting on development issues
Training in structural adjustment policy
Training in macroeconomic policy analysis
Criticizing structural adjustment programmes
Forming transnational economy
Developing sustainable economic systems
Using alternative economic systems
Envisioning economic futures
Decoupling economic growth and pollution increase
Enhancing political sustainability of structural adjustment policies
Providing economic policy advice to developing countries
Integrating economic issues in all government decision-making
Improving economic development among Islamic countries
Supporting regional centres on the effective use of economic instruments
Optimizing water resource allocation under physical and socio-economic constraints
Removing bureaucratic barriers to economic progress
Implementing economic appraisal for proposed development activities
Strengthening global economic institutions
Strengthening national accounting systems
Using economic instruments to reduce unsustainable use of agrochemicals
Establishing economic zones
Providing economic incentives
Destabilizing economic systems
Coordinating national economic policy in the light of interests of developing countries
Testing economic instruments for charging water users
Providing technical support on using economic instruments for sustainable development
Combining labour flexibility with economic security
Stabilizing energy use in economic growth sectors
Exchanging information on national use of economic instruments
Promoting social and economic progress in the maritime industry
Integrating energy management
Providing incentives for industry to use cleaner production technology
Assessing prospects for economic integration of agricultural resource activities
Assessing scientific, social and economic aspects of drought
Using economic instruments
Studying human dimensions of environmental change
Using support groups to help clear arrears of countries with economic reform programmes
Providing new and concessional funds to poor countries with economic reform programmes
Increasing activity of transnational corporations
Studying economic and trade issues
Fostering economic cooperation among developing countries
Ensuring national economic policies support sustainable development
Coping with economic cycles
Copying economically successful Asian countries
Using economic instruments to encourage sustainable use of land resources
Assessing implications of using economic instruments
Restricting financial support for unsound development
Analysing implications for trade of using economic instruments
Controlling socio-economic growth
Mobilizing financial resources
Cooperating through state trading organizations
Harmonizing economic classifications
Expanding role of children and youth in sustainable development
Improving economic performance of debtor countries
Assessing economic outlook
Assisting economic development of small island nations
Comparing economic feasibility of aquaculture with other water resource use
Restructuring economic policies in developing countries
Training for economic control
Diversifying local economies
Adjusting for economic inflation
Making inventory of economic instruments for sustainable development
Slowing pace of structural adjustment
Managing economic interdependence
Strengthening institutional capacity for economic policy-making
Rationalizing government economic management
Using economic benefit transfer mechanisms for biodiversity conservation
Apply international provisions to fish populations on the high seas
Reducing economic imbalances among industrial countries
Recognizing role of regional economic and technical organizations in solving environmental issues
Developing electronic commerce
Developing integrated environmental frameworks
Ameliorating negative consequences of economic globalization
Promoting sustainable use of biodiversity
Revitalizing local and regional economic circulation
Studying business history
Providing a supportive international and national economic climate for sustained economic growth
Creating economic multiplier effects
Making economic agreements for biodiversity conservation
Using economic instruments to reduce emissions from persistent organic pollutants
Advocating economic and social rights
Raising biodiversity awareness in economic sectors
Using economic instruments to manage environmental health costs
Using economic tools for biodiversity conservation
Providing economic incentives for conservation of natural resources
Integrating biodiversity concerns with urban economic development
Creating cross-border regional economic agreements for biodiversity conservation
Measuring sustainability
Applying economic tools at the local level of biodiversity conservation
Using economic instruments to mitigate climate change
Removing perverse environmental subsidies
Realising economic benefits of environmental health
Using environmental assessment components in economic valuations
Using economic discounting mechanisms in biodiversity conservation
Providing financial incentives for biodiversity conservation
Integrating biodiversity concerns into economic development planning
Using fiscal incentives in innovative financing
Providing debt relief for the poorest countries pursuing structural adjustment
Developing economics collaboratively
Economic warfare
Increasing international economic cooperation
Limiting military economic hegemony
Creating festive economic event
Promoting international monetary stability
Pooling community economic resources
Achieving universal justice
Rationalizing rapid economic growth
Symbolizing local economic unification
Developing citizen economic productivity
Conveying economic sociologies
Advertising economic advantages
Extending supplemental economic options
Organizing better economic relationships
Actualizing corporate economic support
Coordinating community economic ventures
Counselling economic ventures
Developing bulk purchasing scheme
Gathering economic advisors
Creating corporate care events
Enabling global economic conglomerates
Ensuring mutual economic benefit
Ensuring profitable wood industry
Defining economic goods
Creating common economic system
Generating new modes of economic distribution
Launching inclusive economic structure
Directing economic planning process
Exploring new economic possibilities
Encouraging new economic enterprises
Providing relevant economic involvement
Guaranteeing substantial economic foundation
Demanding application of market theory
Setting conditions on the flow of economic systems
Stimulating existing economic potential
Indicating need for resource planning
Ensuring economic services
Developing economically
Coordinating economic growth plans
Introducing economic leadership groups
Providing incentives to economic development
Releasing common economic potential
Expanding basic economic systems
Supplying economic consultative services
Surveying available economic resources
Initiating economic development guilds
Ensuring local economic sufficiency
Regulating common economic system
Maintaining economic system dynamics
Promoting flow in economic system
Maintaining activity of economic system
Developing economic goods and services
Designing economic goods and services
Replenishing reserves of economic resources
Nurturing mechanisms of economic distribution
Regulating economic output in response to market values
Projecting directions for economic distribution system
Allowing regulated distribution rate
Regulating economic resource availability
Assuring development of means of production
Increasing demand for distribution of economic goods
Setting supply and demand requirements for economic goods
Creating economic markets
Rehearsing necessary economic planning context
Articulating perspective on consumption of economic goods and services
Revealing imbalances in priorities for resource consumption
Creating futures markets
Exposing differences in theoretical systems of economic development
Pointing to consumption priorities
Establishing world economic council
Reviving economic servanthood
Designing economic customs
Providing family economic foundations
Creating economic regulatory models
Studying economics
Expanding economic images
Actualizing corporate economic ventures
Compiling socio-economic statistics
Initiating economic service
Trading between different economic systems
Controlling economic growth
Establishing orderly economic marketing system
Introducing common economic customs
Financing systems
Re-imaging economic framework
Cooperating in economic development
Standardizing economic machinery
Enabling economic cooperatives
Flexible financing for economic development
Emphasizing economic development
Emphasizing economic progress in society
Emphasizing economic administration
Promoting business growth
Relying on economic interest groups
Studying causes of socio-economic poverty
Recovering from national economic recession
Recovering from international economic recession
Reducing economic refugees
Activating economic upturn
Restricting macro-economic policies
Engaging in economic revolution
Taking economic risks
Reducing economic risks of subcontractors
Engaging in economic rivalry
Causing economic schism
Stagnating economically
Reducing intensity of economic competition
Reducing intensity of economic competition in communist systems
Reducing intensity of economic competition in communist systems
Facilitating socio-economic growth
Coordinating rural economic enterprises
Coordinating development of economic sectors
Coordinating macroeconomic policies of governments
Developing industrial and economic activities
Reducing economic dependence upon socially undesirable activities
Using due valuation of life
Determining economic scale of marketing
Determining economic size of domestic markets
Equalizing economic recovery
Fulfilling aspirations of economic life
Creating imaginative vision of international economic structures
Predicting key economic variables
Coping with unpredictability of key economic variables
Questioning control by economic forces
Quieting economic unrest
Recognizing socio-economic interdependencies
Uncovering violations against economic regulations
Monitoring economic regulations
Abiding by economic regulations
Protecting against vulnerability to economic cycles
Protecting against vulnerability of countries to inflation
Protecting national socio-economic systems from globalization
Engaging in economic civil war
Engaging in techno-economic warfare
Strengthening socio-economic infrastructure
Instituting long-term economic planning agencies
Buffering against economic factors
Modernizing world socio-economic order
Overcoming economic apathy
Researching economic crime
Overcoming economic worries
Monitoring world economic growth
Improving development model
Denying economic rights
Denying right to economic security
Using economic apathy
Using economic insecurity
Using military and economic hegemony
Minimizing economic cycle of boom and depression
Institutionalizing economic dictatorship
Undermining economic dictatorship
Supporting economic dictatorship
Resisting economic dictatorship
Overpowering economic dictatorship
Exploiting differential economic performance among countries
Reducing economic discrimination
Reducing economic discrimination against workers at home
Dismantling society
Maintaining structure of society
Standardizing economic growth among countries
Acknowledging internationally imposed economic sanctions
Trusting economic co-operation
Distrusting economic co-operation
Dividing economic community
Improving standards of living of the poor
Using economic power
Counteracting economic control by transnational corporations
Monitoring economic control by transnational corporations
Developing economic indicators of human development
Exploiting through economy
Promoting market-led economic recovery
Reconstructing economic relations
Recognizing environmental resource base for economic activity
Protecting against environmental hazards due to economic development
Revealing hidden environmental costs of economic production
Concealing environmental costs of economic production
Balancing economic and social planning
Unbalancing economic and social planning
Balancing international economic activity
Unbalancing economic relationships among countries
Balancing distribution of the costs and benefits of economic integration
Employing economic imperialism
Imposing economic sanctions
Correcting inaccurate economic growth measures
Improving economic doctrine
Improving economic policy-making
Improving economic priority system
Improving economic accounting systems
Improving solution-oriented images of the global economic situation
Using economic theory
Integrating environmental and economic decision-making
Integrating environmental and economic decision-making
Decreasing economic value of labour
Reducing inequality between North and South
Reducing economic inflation
Researching economic inflation
Ensuring international economic justice
Providing economic security
Stabilizing indigenous economies
Stabilizing economic and industrial production
Destabilizing economic and industrial production
Claiming economic intimidation
Protecting against economic invasion
Breaking down economic isolation
Providing sufficient economic rights
Abstaining from economic liberty
Abstaining from economic and technical development
Abstaining from international economic coordination
Abstaining from progress in establishing New International Economic Order
Providing sufficient understanding of social and economic contexts in development programmes
Abstaining from understanding of social and economic contexts in development programmes
Speeding up results from economic restructuring
Limiting economic foresight
Limiting approaches to economic planning
Increasing economic foresight
Freeing up approaches to economic planning
Preserving economic assets
Raising socio-economic class
Improving standard of economic management
Manipulating economics
Reprimanding professional misconduct by economic consultants
Managing national economy
Promoting economic nationalism
Affirming positive economic repercussions of disarmament
Affirming positive social impacts of economic restructuring
Researching economic implications of militarization
Neutralizing negative social impacts of economic restructuring
Improving economic cattle breeding
Dialoguing among economic actors
Facilitating economic restructuring projects
Fostering economic relationships
Disseminating economic thought
Supporting economic development
Promoting regional economic cooperation
Spreading economic alternatives
Integrating micro economic data
Coordinating economic development
Formulating common economic policy
Analysing economic interdependence
Formulating general economic policies
Promoting economic cooperation
Regionalizing economic cooperation
Analysing economic vulnerability
Analysing economic vulnerability
Signing economic agreements
Furthering economic cooperation
Harmonizing major economic policies
Improving economic market intelligence
Promoting regional economic development
Fostering economic collaboration
Strengthening economic cooperation
Promoting economic activities
Facilitating economic activity
Improving socio-economic situation of small scale fishermen
Proposing economic policies
Creating economic coordination
Avoiding compromise of economic development
Accelerating economic development
Maintaining economic stability
Accelerating national economic growth
Accelerating socio economic development
Coordinating major economic policies
Developing global economic policy
Dialoguing among economic scholars
Encouraging economic synergy
Type Classification:
D: Destructive values