Statistical Annalisys Of The Correlation Between Gdp, Productivity And Brute Investments At The Level Of Oltenia Region
This article try to put in debate the problem of obtaining a balanced development of the regions from a country by using correlation models which include variables like: GDP, productivity, brute investments etc. The purpose is to find the most important variables that can strongly influence the evolution of GDP at the regional level and also can be use to do that in practice. The base of this debate is a statistical analysis realized on Oltenia region at general level and at the level of almost every activity sectors
Volume (Year): 1 (2007)
Issue (Month): 9 (November)
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