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Title: Integrated assessment of the socioeconomic systems’ development
Authors: Ginevičius, Romualdas
Gedvilaitė, Dainora
Stasiukynas, Andrius
Čepel, Martin
Keywords: Socioeconomic systems (SES)
SES development
Multicriteria assessment
Integrated assessment
Economic development
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Centre of Sociological Research
Citation: Ginevičius,R.,Gedvilaitė,D., Stasiukynas,A., Čepel,M. 2018.Integrated assessment of the socioeconomic systems’ development. Economics and Sociology, 11(1), 11-21.
Series/Report no.: 11;1
Abstract: A permanent property applicable to every socioeconomic system (SES) is its development. SES development is an integrated process with two sides that can be distinguished, i.e. quantitative and qualitative ones. The quantitative side reflects its static aspect, i.e. the state of the development at a certain point in time. The qualitative side of development reflects its dynamics, i.e. the scope of development changes. In order to make an integrated assessment of the standing of SES development, both these aspects above have to be assessed in a quantitative manner and be further combined into one generalised value. These days, assessment of the standing of SES development is limited to evaluation of the achieved level only, i.e. its quantitative assessment. Due to the fact that all socioeconomic systems are always large and complex systems, they tend to have a multitude of aspects. The indicators that reflect such aspects form a system thereof. It is thus the basis for further multicriteria assessment of the development state. In order to reduce the number of indicators to be assessed simultaneously so that experts could establish the weights thereof in a sufficiently accurate manner, a hierarchically structured system of indicators is developed and presented here. Following this methodology, the level of economic development across Lithuanian regions has been determined. When the scope of development changes was established on that basis, the integrated indicator of the regional development state was calculated following the proposed formula. On the basis of the correlation-regression analysis, it has been determined that the scope of development changes is larger in the regions with lower level of development achieved.
ISSN: 2071-789X
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