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Title People's Behavior, in the Context of Living Standards Changes and Sustainable Development, Exemplified by the Carpathian Euroregion
Authors Білан, Юрій Валентинович
Bilan, Yurii Valentynovych  
Chudy-Laskowska, K.
Szczygieł, E.
Piecuch, T.
Keywords people's behavior
living standard
quality of life
sustainable development
Carpathian Euroregion
Type Article
Date of Issue 2021
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/83186
Publisher Obuda University
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Bilan, Yuriy & Chudy-Laskowska, Katarzyna & Szczygieł, Elżbieta & Piecuch, Teresa. (2021). People's Behavior, in the Context of Living Standards Changes and Sustainable Development, Exemplified by the Carpathian Euroregion. Acta Polytechnica Hungarica. 18. 105-125. 10.12700/APH.18.2.2021.2.6.
Abstract This paper is an attempt to present changes of living standards, as an element of sustainable development. In the article, the authors present a literature review concerning the sustainable development concept and its dimensions, as well as, its linkage with the living standard concept (and broadly – with the quality of life category). The main goal is a statistical analysis of the living standards of the inhabitants of the Carpathian Euroregion, which was conducted using the data from the years 2008-2016. Within the analysis, the authors presented three groups (clusters) of regions belonging to Euroregion and analyzed the differences between them, as well as, the main factors responsible for belonging to the applicable group. In the article, three hypothesis were examined. Only two of them were confirmed (one in limited scope).
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