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Planning of Social Development Policy and Construction of Statistical Survey Database
The themes of this research are twofold. One is the planning and design of a three-level social development indicator (SDI) framework, with emphasis on the social welfare indicators (SWI), crime and public safety indicators (CPSI), and education indicators (EI). The other stresses the implementation and integration of SDI with existing statistical data, including official administrative records and survey data, that focuses on the assessment of data sources and the application of geographic information system(GIS) to the construction of Social Policy Indicator Database (SPID). Both research themes are highly interrelated and multidisciplinary, aiming to reach a goal of promoting future policy-decision making efficacy in social developments. To develop the SDI indicators, the research methodology includes comprehensive literature reviews and international comparisons, in-depth interviews of experts and officials, Delphi surveys and AHP analyses. In terms of the proposed SDI, the SWI’s primary consideration includes the dimensions of welfare needs and provisions, the CPSI stresses the process and resulting phenomena of crime and public safety, while the EI focuses on the context, input, process, outcome, and specific issues of education. Based on the proposed SWI, CPSI, and EI frameworks, the research further assesses the pro and con sides of existing data and proposes the corresponding suggestions. In addition, the research integrates SWI, CPSI, and EI framework and develops SPID prototype system based on open GIS framework. In order to promote international cooperation, the research program also hosts an international conference entitled “Social Indicator and Social Development”. Detailed information and reference materials regarding the Conference are available at http://tgs.survey.sinica.edu.tw/conference/
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