Monitoring Of The Socio-Ecological And Economic Development System

Abstract

On the way to improving the system of development of the socio-economic industry there are various problems - environmental, social, economic and political ones. Consequently, the methodology for assessing the development of territories involves the solution of complex problems in the field of environmental, economic and social development. To realize the spatial social, economic and ecological space, it is necessary to create a balance of the territory according to all resource indicators, build a model of the reference dynamics of these indicators and evaluate the phases of the economic cycles of the territories. An important role in this chain is played by economic geography, regional economy, the transport component where spatial development is assessed. The authors present a theoretical and applied model of development of territories, as well as environmental problems that impede the socio-economic development of territories. It should be noted that an important stage in the socio-ecological and economic development of the territories is the global unresolved problems in the field of ecology, social sphere, economic industry, which impedes the holistic development of the territories. To achieve the tasks, it is necessary to identify the problems of assessing the socio-ecological and economic development of the region, assess its tax potential, phases of the economic cycle, and assess the current and future needs for the development of the transport infrastructure of the territories. In this regard, the issues of regional management using a transport and logistics approach are also important.

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Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.11.170

Online ISSN

2357-1330