Information and data collections, which in part guide our social and economic policies, tend to focus on the most obvious problems of society and on issues for which data can be readily collected. For example, unemployment data are easier to come by than data on underemployment. And data on occupational accidents are easier to find than those on occupational illness, where time may elapse between exposure to conditions that lead to the illness and its manifestation. Pollution that destroys lo...
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