Improvement of the System of a big City Life Quality Management
The article considers the system of a big city population life quality management. It proves that life quality management should not be an end in itself, it should be realised and oriented at support of the management system and development of supporting resources. It considers a person's life quality as a complex of indicators that characterise its satisfaction with respect to the norms, habits and traditions, supply of material benefits, security, access to education and medical service, state of environment and freedom of social relations. It reveals nine basic principles of construction of the efficient system of a big city life quality management. It identifies indicators of assessment of the big city population life quality, established by living standards.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 7 ()
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