Urban Management Development From The Perspective Of The Living Standard In Bucharest
The paper is based on a current research study developed by the author in order to know the perception of the citizens of Bucharest concerning their living standard and to analyse the changes appeared along the selected period 2008-2011. The work contains the main results of the survey that has taken into account some of the most relevant living standard parameters in dynamic and was applied to the main population categories. The research methodology was based on an interdisciplinary approach which means that both economic and sociological perspectives were considered for analyzing the urban living standard along the above mentioned period. The last part of the paper includes the main research conclusions, a sort of living standard barometer which can be used by Bucharest local public administration later on for designing a sustainable urban management strategy.
Volume (Year): 6 (2011)
Issue (Month): 4 (November)
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