“Our assessment of socio-economic worth must be derived by applying the criterion of quality”
Social and Economic (Socio-Economic) Research focuses on the relationship between society and economics. It deals with information regarding the level of socio-economic development, the population’s quality of life (urban & rural), local issues, and the peculiarities of people’s economic behavior. It examines how social norms & ethics, emerging popular sentiments influence consumer behavior and shape public buying patterns. It also uses history, current events, politics, and other social sciences to predict potential results from changes to society or the economy.
Study that is done at the beginning and end of a project.
Study of the urban development of cities to understand human values, development, and the interactions they have with their physical environment.
Study of primary sector economy to understand the quality of life and economic well-being of people living in rural areas.
Study of all aspects related to environment, pollution impacts & natural resources.
Study of educational & employment status relating to informal economy.
Study related to health status of people coupled with its relations to nutrition and food.
Study of gender equality, minority living and poverty.
Study of economic policies and infrastructure plans and their impact on human development.
Study of banking sector and their efforts to make financial products and services accessible and affordable to all individuals.
Study of women relating to their share of control over resources – material, human, intellectual and financial resources.
Study which deals with the forces that change the social structure and the organization of society.
Study dealing with the responsibility of business to the society.