Approaches for estimating the degree of depression of a territory (a region)
Keywords:post-industrial coal area, the degree of depression, cluster analysis, indicators of development areas
This study focuses on the definition of regions in post-industrial areas (Old Industrial Cities) and the method of cluster analysis as the technique for estimating the degree of depression of a coal region.
At times of global economic crisis, it makes sense to study the economic experience of depressed regions, dominated by mono product economies, in order to assess ways to overcome the consequences of the crisis.
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