We introduce Amartya Sen’s concepts of agency and well-being freedoms and achievements to highlight the tensions and trade-offs between risks to children’s agency and risks to their well-being in and through educational processes.
We draw upon selected empirical examples to illustrate this relationship further.
This paper aims to explain this paradox through two different approaches: the analysis of the changes in the structure of both Mexican public and private sectors, and the evolution of their modus operandi.
After performing a literature review and analysis of data from the World Bank and INEGI, it is concluded that the main reasons that explain the paradox mentioned are the low quality of Mexican public institutions and the intrinsic characteristics of its economy.
It examines the relationship between the growth rate of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and the indirect-tax for the policy issues regarding...
more This is an empirical study that takes GDP growth and indirect tax in Bangladesh as its cynosure.
We introduce Amartya Sen’s concepts of agency and well-being freedoms...
more This article applies a capability approach to examine how children’s agency, well-being and participation rights can be developed and supported in educational settings.
For instance, Mexico shows an important dependence on the United States economy and the concentration of several important good and service markets.
This is an empirical study that takes GDP growth and indirect tax in Bangladesh as its cynosure.