Identificarea disparităților regionale privind ocuparea populatiei pe domenii de activitate în România în anul 2009
One of the difficult issues of the economic territorial strategies and policies is represented by the highlighting and quantifying of the regional disparities. The disparities existing among different areas and regions express differences among the development levels generated by both the conditions of economic, demographic and historical development, and the varying endowment with natural resources. The aim of this research is to identify the differences between the eight regions of Romania regarding the population employment in respect of activity fields. The statistical method used for analyzing the data and highlighting the regional disparities is the correspondences factorial analysis (CFA).
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