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Analysis Of Statistical Data Characterising The Economic-Social Inequalities (Diagnosis) In The Region South – Muntenia – Infrastructure And Housing Criteria


  • Cristina Bâldan

    () (University of Piteşti)


This paper is structured in two parts. In the first part we did an analysis of the statistic data which characterizes the economic - social inequalities from the region South – Muntenia from the point of view of infrastructure – housing criteria, and in the second part we achieved the SWOT analysis for the analyzed region in the criteria of infrastructure and housing in the view of delimitating and building the regional profile of the disadvantaged groups from the rural area. The requirements for an improved rural infrastructure are evident and through upgraded water supply systems, through sewerage systems, must be resolved some serious social problems that exists in rural areas at the regional social level. Investments in such rural infrastructures can also support reduction of high level infant mortality. In the same time eliminating the negative effects arising from the existence of an inadequate physical and social infrastructure will also lead to a diversification of rural activities. Developing and upgrading physical and social infrastructure is a first step that must be taken, leading on one hand to an increasing of rural activities, and on the other hand penetration of private capital on the agricultural market.

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  • Cristina Bâldan, 2011. "Analysis Of Statistical Data Characterising The Economic-Social Inequalities (Diagnosis) In The Region South – Muntenia – Infrastructure And Housing Criteria," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 6(1), pages 77-85, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:6:y:2011:i:1:p:77-85

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