Social And Economic Development Of A Region: Issues Of Integrated Modelling

Abstract

The study aims at developing and testing a comprehensive scientifically valid and practically convenient sociological and statistical system of indicators for evaluating the socio-economic development of a region. The methodological and procedural framework integrates the minimax method (for the purpose of standardization), the Saaty analytic hierarchy process (for the purpose of integration), statistical and sociological analysis (the authors introduced their own system of objective indicators and developed a sociological questionnaire). The research results are presented in the form of a sociological and statistical system of indicators for analyzing trends in the region’s socio-economic development and the results of system testing for Kemerovo Region (in its statistical part, with the analysis of data for 2003–2018). The theoretical significance of the research consists in the development of a unique analytical framework that allows identifying problem areas of the territory development based on both objective and subjective data, which increases its reliability, provides a comprehensive examination of the trends and phenomena under study. The applied significance is proved by the possibility of practical development of strategic measures aimed at contributing to the socio-economic development of a particular region.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.41

Online ISSN

2357-1330