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  • Living standard in Czechoslovakia
  • In the seventies, the significant differences in living standard among particular regions do not exist any more. The living standard of the inhabitants in towns and in country does not differ. But the differences of working and living environment
  • Development of economics and living standard in Czechoslovakia in 1984
  • Statistical report about the Czechoslovak building and investment work, agricultural production, industrial output, transport and communications, foreign trade, labour production and development of living standard in 1984. (MS).
  • An observation of a socioeconomic system from the viewpoint of living standard
  • This study tries to analyze and assess the living standard (the degree of satisfaction) including subjective and psychological aspects from a socioeconomic viewpoint integrating the conventional monetary economic approach and non monetary social
  • Economic growth and the standard of living of Poland's population : a regional approach
  • Regional division of labour and minimum standards of living conditions in the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Student living standards
  • Estimating relative standard of living in the United States using cross-migration data
  • Decision ; Economic equilibrium ; Internal migration ; Living standard ; Migratory flow ; Origin-destination ; Probability ; United States of America ; Utility fonction
  • A new estimator links migration data to a random utility model to compare the relative living standards of pairs of regions. An algorithm converts pairwise comparisons into rankings of the US states for 1970, 1980, 1990. The rankings indicate living
  • standards were highest in the Northwest (1970, 1980) and the south Atlantic coast (1990). A nonparametric test suggests that the system was in disequilibrium in 1980 (probably due to energy price shocks), but near equilibrium in 1970 and 1980.
  • The economic performance and standard of living of post-communist European countries since 1989 : factors and processes behind
  • Central Europe ; Development ; Eastern Europe ; Europe ; Living standard ; Post-communism
  • Family income ; Philippines ; Regional disparities ; Standard of living
  • Economy ; Living standard ; Peripheral region ; Poland ; Society
  • socio-economic differentiation implying impoverishment of a considerable part of the local population. Reactions of inhabitants to this situation is a mixture of passive adaptation to the declining living standards and incomes as well as some active
  • to this situation is a mixture of passive adaptation to the declining living standards and incomes as well as some active strategies, the most often being education and irregular job migration. - (BJ)
  • Poland being a EU's periphery has its own peripheries. These are Eastern regions which, in turn, also have their centres and peripheries. The latter - rural areas far from urban centres, can be called peripheral peripheries. Living ways
  • Classification ; Economic development ; Living standard ; Poland ; Regional development ; Regional disparities ; Spatial differentiation
  • of living. One- and two-dimensional classifications obtained for the sub-regions then represent a basis for analysing the relationships between standard of living and the level of economic development. Also studied was the role urbanisation plays in shaping
  • This article offers an analysis of levels of socioeconomic development and their differentiation in Poland’s sub-regions. Level of development is considered by reference to two aspects and dimensions, i.e. level of economic development and standard
  • The regional structure of the standard of living in Poland
  • Poland ; Regional disparities ; Regionalization ; Spatial structure ; Standard of living
  • 3. Non-housing approaches for families living in sub-standard housing
  • Employment ; Employment policy ; Female work ; Living standard ; Poverty ; Social assistance ; Social policy ; United States of America ; Welfare
  • Convergence of living standards among Irish regions : the roles of productivity, profit outflows and demography, 1960-1996
  • Data ; Income ; Ireland ; Living standard ; Population growth ; Productivity ; Profit ; Regional disparities
  • Economic development ; Infrastructure ; Labour ; Living standard ; Poland ; Pomerania ; Rural area ; Social organization
  • One of the essential conditions if the standard of living of the inhabitants of rural areas is to improve the develoment of infrastructure. The furnishing of infrastructure determined the economic development and social organization of rural areas
  • . The last ten years, has brought a raising of the level to which rural parts of Western Pomerania Voivodship are outfitted with infrastructure, and this inevitably influences the standard of living, reducing the difficulty or level of tedium associated
  • The urban living standard index of the Population Crisis Committee, based on 10 indicators of urban quality of life for the 98 largest cities of the world, is used here to create three groups of cities. The discriminant analysis technique is applied
  • for identifying the measures that contribute most in their formation. Food cost is the most influential discriminator and the others are living space and housing standard.
  • A berettyoujfalui jaras aktiv keresoirol készült életkorülmény-vizsgalatok néhany tanulsaga. (Message of living standards studies of active earners in Berettyoujfalu district)
  • Trends in changes of living standards in Poland, 1960-1981. An attempt at defining regional disparities
  • Economic wellbeing and where we live : accounting for geographical cost-of-living differences in the US
  • Cost of living ; Economic indicators ; Family income ; Living standard ; Measurement ; Regional disparities ; United States of America ; Well-being
  • Development ; Discourse ; Ethics ; Living conditions ; Living standard ; Research ; Third World ; Wage inequality