Comparison of objectivistic and subjectivist approaches to measurement of synthetic la-tent categories of Quality of Life of the population: results of the empirical analysis of Russian data
The results of the empirical analysis of Quality of Life of the Russian population at regional and municipal levels are presented As the method are used: the modification of principal components analysis and regression models Procedure of an estimation of Quality of Life was lead within two approaches: objectivistic and subjectivist, and applied to two types of objects: administrative units (cities and regions) the Russian Federation, and also municipal unions of the Perm region
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