E3S Web Conf.
Volume 208, 2020First Conference on Sustainable Development: Industrial Future of Territories (IFT 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||24 November 2020|
Quantitative and qualitative indicators of safe (pseudo-safe) state of territory’s economy
Saint Petersburg Institute (branch) of the All-Russian State University of Justice, 19 A, 10-ya Liniya St., 199178 Saint-Petersburg, Russia
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Human capital is the foundation of economic development at the territories, which indicates that its complex judgment is of priority. However, parameters that distort socio-economic reality will give a wrong idea of whether the territory’s economy is protected against threats; therefore, finding criteria to distinguish safe, conditionally safe, pseudo-safe and danger states of the economy take on special significance. In view of this, development of the system of indicators to estimate human capital has become vital, which has predetermined the purpose of the study implemented using the following methods: statistical analysis and qualitative assessment of systems. The set of the coefficients focuses on better objectivity of the study of human capital in terms of the influence it has on safety of the economy of the territory, since it considers the rate of changes in basic quantitative and qualitative indicators disclosing, on the one hand, availability of labor resources, on the other hand, satisfaction of the households’ needs.
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