Impact of the information society on sustainable development: Global and regional aspects

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The concept of sustainable ecological-social-economic development is considered proceeding from the condition of obligatory coordination of economic, ecological, and human dimensions in such a way that from one generation to the other, the quality and safety of life should not decrease, the environmental conditions should not worsen, and social progress should meet the needs of every person. An approach of system coordination and balancing of these three constituents is suggested.

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Zgurovsky, M. (2007). Impact of the information society on sustainable development: Global and regional aspects. Data Science Journal, 6(SUPPL.). https://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.6.S137

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