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Modern Informational Support Of Regional Municipal Educations’ Development


  • Igor Bystryakov

    (Public Institution «Institute of Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine», Kyiv, Ukraine)

  • Elena Orekhova

    (Municipal Budget Institution of Higher Professional Education «Volzhsky Institute of Economics, Pedagogy and Law», Volzhsky, Russia)

  • Aleksandr Plyakin

    (Volzhsky Humanitarian Institute (branch) of the Federal State Educational Institution of the Budget Higher Professional Education «Volgograd State University», Volzhsky, Russia)


It is grounded the system of competitiveness’ indicators of stable and safe development (CSS-development) of municipal educations. It is examined the factorial structure of initial and relative indices, which characterize the final status of municipal educations’ CSS-development. It is implemented the interpretation of CSS-development’s indices because of conception of municipal educations’ economic potential and activity and population’s quality of life. The development and implementation of CSS-developments programs in region demands creation of regional geoinformation systems and active use of spatial data’s resources, which characterize natural and resource & social and economic potential of every municipal education.

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  • Igor Bystryakov & Elena Orekhova & Aleksandr Plyakin, 2012. "Modern Informational Support Of Regional Municipal Educations’ Development," Ukrainian Journal Ekonomist, Yuriy Kovalenko, issue 7, pages 8-12, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:uje:journl:y:2012:i:7:p:8-12

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