Pulbic health as the indicator of regional socioeconomic development
Elena Pastukhova, Elena Morozova, Anna Mukhacheva, Natalia Egorova
Available Online June 2019.
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- populational health, mortality rate, economic development, social development, region, correlation analysis
- Improving public health and increasing life expectancy is the priority policy of many developed countries. The current model of Russian regional economic development aimed at exploring natural resources creates multiple negative consequences for socioeconomic development and public health. The aim of this research is to analyze the condition and dynamics of populational health in Kemerovo Oblast, to find correlation between health and socioeconomic development indicators. In order to do this, we have applied comparative analysis, synthesis, statistical and correlation analysis. We have studied demographical indicators of populational health in Kemerovo Oblast in 2002-2017. We discovered the main problems of public health in the regions: low life expectancy of men (45-64 years); high infant mortality rate in countryside areas; high suicide rate among employable citizens. The correlation analysis revealed a stable correlation between health indicators and gross regional product, average per capita income. Social development and health indicators demonstrate a moderate positive (related to birth rate) and moderate negative (related to crime rate) correlation.
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TY - CONF AU - Elena Pastukhova AU - Elena Morozova AU - Anna Mukhacheva AU - Natalia Egorova PY - 2019/06 DA - 2019/06 TI - Pulbic health as the indicator of regional socioeconomic development BT - Volgograd State University International Scientific Conference "Competitive, Sustainable and Safe Development of the Regional Economy" (CSSDRE 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 188 EP - 191 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/cssdre-19.2019.37 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/cssdre-19.2019.37 ID - Pastukhova2019/06 ER -