Concept of management of stable development of the city social complex on the basis of life quality imperative
The article substantiates the concept of management of stable social development of a city on the basis of life quality imperative. Results of activity of city subjects are considered as a totality of levels of social services and their elements, which includes identity of purpose - maximal satisfaction of a set of needs, interests and values of the population. Improvement of quality of life of the population is a criterion of goal achievement. City is considered as a form of territorial social complex, which possesses multi-useful value in use and expressed by a totality of services, products and goods, which are produced by commercial and non-commercial organisation and bodies of municipal management for satisfaction of a complex of social needs and improvement of quality of life of the population. Definition of a city with an accent on subjects and objects of management of social development is given for the first time.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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