Socio-economic responsibility, Learn More
Socio-economic impact means for example effects of the mining sector, in addition to traditional economically quantifiable factors, on factors which are not easily measured but important such as: Health and safety issues, environmental effects, regional distribution of value added, employment and other benefits arising out of the mining industry (See Figure 1 and Figure 2.; Table 1.).
Figure 1. Triangulative research design in Work package 4: statistical data.
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