The Regions of Economic Development and Categories of Activities
Regional development is a primary objective, representing the essential element in ensuring a decent standard of living and a quality level of life in the entire national environment. The study puts forward inter-regional differences from the viewpoint of the gross added value as a result of economic activity. Nevertheless we can distinguish regional differences in terms of inclination for some economic activity categories. The share of counties in the total value of the VAB leads to the classification in 5 typological classes on which we can identify economic development factors.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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