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Analiza porównawcza jakoœci ¿ycia w Polsce w uk³adzie wojewódzkim w ramach podejœcia mo¿liwoœci


  • Tomasz Panek

    (Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics)


W ramach Unii Europejskiej od dawna prowadzone s¹ prace dotycz¹ce pomiaru zrównowa¿onego rozwoju spo³eczno-ekonomicznego, a w tym jakoœci ¿ycia. W kolejnych traktatach Unii Europejskiej obserwujemy coraz wyraŸniejsze eksponowanie jako jednego z celów UE utrzymanie równowagi pomiêdzy rozwojem gospodarczym i rozwojem spo³ecznym, przy zachowaniu œrodowiska naturalnego oraz dziedzictwa kulturowego. W opracowaniu zaproponowano konceptualizacjê pomiaru jakoœci ¿ycia bazuj¹c¹ na podejœciu mo¿liwoœci (capability approach) A. Sena, w którym uwzglêdniane s¹ ró¿ne sposoby maksymalizacji jakoœci ¿ycia przez osoby wynikaj¹ce zarówno z ich indywidualnych mo¿liwoœci (zasobów i umiejêtnoœci) oraz preferencji jak i ze zró¿nicowania warunków ¿ycia tych osób zale¿nych od etapów rozwoju i zwyczajów spo³ecznych krajów, w których ¿yj¹. W operacjonalizacji podejœcia mo¿liwoœci zastosowano modele wielu wskaŸników i wielu przyczyn (multiple indicators and multiple causes – MIMIC). Zaproponowana metodyka pomiaru jakoœci ¿ycia w ramach podejœcia mo¿liwoœci zosta³a zastosowana do pomiaru jakoœci ¿ycia w Polsce w uk³adzie wojewódzkim w 2015 r. Podstaw¹ przeprowadzonych w ramach badania analiz by³y dane z Europejskiego Badania Dochodów i Warunków ¯ycia Ludnoœci przeprowadzonego przez G³ówny Urz¹d Statystyczny w 2015 r. W ramach pomiaru jakoœci ¿ycia dokonano oceny jego poziomu zarówno w wyró¿nionych w badaniu domenach jak i dla kategorii jakoœci ¿ycia ogó³em. W badaniu jakoœci ¿ycia przyjêto strukturê tej kategorii zaproponowan¹ w ramach Europejskiego Systemu Statystycznego. Przy pomiarze jakoœci ¿ycia w poszczególnych wymiarach wykorzystano do specyfikacji symptomów jakoœci ¿ycia zestaw cz¹stkowych wskaŸników jakoœci ¿ycia zaproponowanych w raporcie Grupy Ekspertów ds. Jakoœci ¯ycia Komisji Europejskiej.

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  • Tomasz Panek, 2019. "Analiza porównawcza jakoœci ¿ycia w Polsce w uk³adzie wojewódzkim w ramach podejœcia mo¿liwoœci," Working Papers 81, Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:isd:wpaper:81

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