Conference on Statistical Evaluation of Socio-Economic Development


The conference will consider the theoretical and practical applications of two new statistical methods developed by Professor Omelyan I. Kulynych: the method statistical equations of dependencies and the method complex of statistical coefficients. The conference will provide statistical literature and computer software for described statistical methods developed by Associate Professor Roman O. Kulynych.

Main themes for the conference:

1. Statistical evaluation of correlation factors and effective indicators of socio-economic development.
2. Statistical forecasting and simulation of socio-economic development in the context of globalization of world economy.
3. Comparative characteristics using the methods of correlation and regression analysis and statistical equations to study the dependency relationship of socio-economic phenomena.
4. Statistical methods of study of regional development programs.
5. Application of complex statistical coefficients to assess the socio-economic development.
6. Index analysis of patterns of socio-economic development.

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