Assessment of Differentiation of Ukrainian Regions by the Level of the Comfort of Living
The article considers issues of assessment of comfort of living of the population of regions. It justifies urgency of assessment of regions by the level of comfort of living. It provides definition of the "level of comfort of living" notion. It offers methods of calculation of the level of comfort of living of the population of regions, which is based on identification of the integral indicator, using four main groups of indicators: provision of housing, accomplishment of housing, state of housing and state of the networks of the housing and communal complex. The article conducts approbation of methods of assessment of differentiation of regions of Ukraine by the level of comfort of living in 2009 - 2010, with the help of which the rating of oblasts was built. It conducts analysis of dynamics of the average level of comfort of living of the population of Ukrainian regions. It conducts analysis of the results of assessment and identifies positive characteristics of the proposed methods.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 10 ()
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