Priorities of Socio-Economic Balancing of Public Transportation Interests
The article uses example of the sphere of passenger transportation to mark problems of socio-economic balancing, which are reduced to a necessity to satisfy polar interests and mandatory accounting of quantitatively non-measurable factors. It justifies a necessity to identify priorities in building socio-transportation links with the help of the method of analysis of hierarchies. It establishes levels and characterises structural and functional elements of hierarchy of branch priorities, which are taken into account during formation of conditions of achievement of quasi-service equilibrium. The process of balancing contradictory interests in the system of transport servicing of the population is considered through the prism of interaction forces, subjects, local goals and contrast scenarios, which creates opportunities for determining justified proportions in relation of social and commercial sectors of the branch market.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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