Regional Economic Analysis - Economic-Geographical Aspects
Keywords:regional analysis, sustainable development, sustainable economy, comparative method
The economic analysis of each region in a country should take into account the specific interaction of natural, social and economic factors that ensure the uniqueness of a particular territory, its potential for self-development and interaction with other territories. The regional economic analysis should reveal the economic aspects of the spatial differentiation of the socio-economic development and the connections of the territories in the conditions of uneven distribution and limited mobility of the resources; the degree and type of availability of the production entities; trends in economic and social development; the mechanisms for solving inherited and permanently manifesting regional problems. This report is an attempt at an individual approach in the development of a rigorous algorithm for the full economic analysis of a region (?n the context of the regional analysis of the Bulgarian economy), for which a wide range of analysis methods has been applied.
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