Hierarchy of Needs, Households: By S.C. Bansal Hierarchy of Needs, Households: By S.C. Bansal
Hierarchy of Needs, Households: By S.C. Bansal
Hierarchy of Needs, Households: By S.C. Bansal
Hierarchy of Needs, Households: By S.C. Bansal
Hierarchy of Needs, Households: By S.C. Bansal
Hierarchy of Needs, Households: By S.C. Bansal
Hierarchy of Needs, Households: By S.C. Bansal
Hierarchy of Needs, Households: By S.C. Bansal


Chapter 7

P151. Household and the State

The family constitutes the smallest unit of the security, industry, and morality of the larger society. Therefore, the state has direct responsibility to ensure that each household can cope with certain risks to its biological-genetic-social need and self-esteem. Admitted that each household has individualized "Hierarchy of Needs" (see Figure 3.2).

The state can neither be the sole provider nor it can be held responsible for all shortcomings. Technological and organizational innovations have created new opportunities. The real issue is in understanding minimum biological-genetic-social need of all shareholders. The agent is obliged to assign a right of some sort (see Figure 3.4).

This shortcoming of the state has made many to call for operational transparency, autonomous monitoring and accounting. In fact, the echo of "transparency" or "autonomous authority" is to say more in favor of the incompetent rules and regulations or governance than solutions to the failures. Further, there is also a growing recognition that monopoly public provider of infrastructure or social services fair only marginally better.

 

 

 

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