Bilevel Comparative Regional Analysis - Performances in Structural Grid
AbstractIl metodo proposto mira ad analizzare il contesto regionale europeo (UE 15), in base agli indicatori introdotti nel Rapporto di Primavera 2004, disponibili a livello regionale, e usati a livello europeo per valutare i progressi compiuti dai diversi paesi ed in questo caso per evidenziare le best practises ed identificare gruppi regionali omogenei rispetto ai quali svolgere comparazioni. A tal fine si propone un nuovo metodo di analisi comparativa regionale i.e. Bilevel Comparative Regional Analysis - Performances in Structural Grid (BiCRA-PSG) volto a superare le problematiche di natura comparativa causate dall’eterogeneità delle unità statistiche considerate e alternativa rispetto alle insoddisfacenti proposte fino ad ora adottate.
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Length: 26 pages
Date of creation: Aug 2007
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Regional Economic Activity; Comparative Analysis; European Regional policy; Factor Analysis; Cluster Analysis;
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