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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROFILES AT LOCAL LEVEL IN ROMANIA USING SMART MAP SEARCH TOOL FROM BUSINESS ANALYST ONLINE OFFERED IN IN ARC GIS ONLINE/ ESRI

Cristina Lincaru () and Speranta Pirciog ()
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Speranta Pirciog: National Scientific Research Institute for Labor and Social Protection - INCSMPS, Bucharest

Institute for Economic Forecasting Conference Proceedings from Institute for Economic Forecasting

Abstract: Using Smart Map Search from Business Analyst Online (BAO) offered in ESRI platform we present some socio-economic profiles useful to characterise some development profiles at local level in Romania in 2013. The profiles result from multi-criteria selection exploration including Total Population, Registered Unemployed Population, Purchasing Power per capita, the total number of household and average household size. The economic development profiles at LAU2 / NUTS 5 level are described by demographic (total population by age and gender), social (households, unemployment), and economic (purchasing power as well as the consumption profile: Apparel and Services, Household Furnishings, Maintenance & Equipment, Health, Entertainment & Recreation, Food and Tobacco, Electronics & Personal effects) characteristics. The resulted profiles could provide valuable inputs for the sustainability of business as well as for policy makers’ decision process if the data will be reliable.

Keywords: local development profiles; total population; unemployemnt; disposable income; total households; smarth map search (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D31 E21 E24 R12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 17 pages
Date: 2016-11
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