Spatial differentiation within the structure of standards of living in the EU countries at the time of economic crisis

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The study evaluates the spatial differentiation in the structure of the standards of living in the EU countries. Typical measures that characterize social and economic processes were employed. They included: infant mortality, share of the pre-productive population, unemployment rate, information technology accessibility, level of scholarization, healthcare accessibility, crime level and suicide mortality. The basic research method involved the procedure of a synthetic measure developed on the basis of score classification.
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Kiniorska I., Pałka E., Brambert P., 2013, Spatial differentiation within the structure of standards of living in the EU countries at the time of economic crisis, [w:] I. Kikerkova (red.), Systemic economic crisis: current issues and perspectives: research monograph, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Faculty of Economics, Skopje, s. 377-388.