Sustainable development recognizes that growth must be both inclusive and environmentally sound to reduce poverty and build shared prosperity for today’s population and to continue to meet the needs of future generations. It is efficient with resources and carefully planned to deliver both immediate and long-term benefits for people, planet, and prosperity. Through many initiatives at the international and national level, there is a general necessity to develop a vision of the relationship between technology development, innovation, the functioning of institutions, and societal progress.
The main challenge towards the transition to greener, cleaner and more equitable economic growth is to address the innovation issue not only from an economic, but also from a social and environmental dimension, which has also policy and governance implications. The uncertainty in the concept of sustainability combined with the conceptual uncertainty of development. This requires that innovation should be socially, environmentally and economically sustainable, optimizing all of these developments together. For this reason, different economic theories and attitudes about sustainable development have emerged. In order to reduce this chaos, it has become necessary to address the main issues affecting sustainable development.
The aims of special issues the new paradigm to global sustainable development research within, the field of global productivity facilities and development about on today and future. The analysis of modern sustainable development approaches variety is conducted in this issue.
This issue includes influenced socioeconomic factors of the sustainable development. Expected from the authors, mathematical, statistical and theoretical research results should be studied qualitatively and quantitatively in terms of different disciplines dealing with the subject.