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Methods and models of analysis of spatial clusterisation of rates of socio-economic development of regions

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  • Guryanova Lidiya S.

    (Kharkiv National University of Economics)

  • Kholodnyi Gennadyi O.

    (Kharkiv National University of Economics)

  • Lukyanchikova Anna S.

    (Kharkiv National University of Economics)

Abstract

The article offers a scheme of analysis of spatial clusterisation of the rates of socio-economic development of regions, which includes grouping of regions by the level of development, assessment of regional inclination to migration from cluster to cluster, and forecasting the level of socio-economic development of regions. Methods of cluster analysis, spatial econometrics, discriminant and logit-analysis are used as the instruments of the study. The obtained results could be used when assessing the equilibrium of development of regions and formation of mechanisms of evening-out impacts of external shocks on economic dynamics.

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  • Guryanova Lidiya S. & Kholodnyi Gennadyi O. & Lukyanchikova Anna S., 2013. "Methods and models of analysis of spatial clusterisation of rates of socio-economic development of regions," The Problems of Economy, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), issue 2, pages 242-250.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:redpoe:y:2013:i:2:p:242_250
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