The Analysis of socio-economic progress and future perspectives in the new EU members

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Straipsnis / Article
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Anglų kalba / English
Title:
The Analysis of socio-economic progress and future perspectives in the new EU members
Alternative Title:
Socialinio-ekonominio progreso ir jo perspektyvų analizė naujose Europos Sąjungos šalyse-narėse
In the Journal:
Transformations in business & economics. 2008, vol. 7, no. 2 (14), suppl. B, p. 34-54
Keywords:
LT
Bendrasis; Bendrasis vidaus produktas; Infliacija; Makroekonomika; Produktyvumas; Regioninė politika; Socialinis-ckonominis progresas; Užimtumas; Vidaus produktas; Europos Sąjunga (European Union).
EN
Employment; European Union; Gross domestic product; Inflation; Macroeconomics; Productivity; Regional policy; Socio-economic progress.
Summary / Abstract:

LTŠis straipsnis analizuoja socialinį–ekonominį naujai įstojusių Europos Sąjungos šalių vystymąsi ir rodo Lietuvos padėtį šiuo klausimu. Socialinis aprūpinimas skirtingose srityse turi tiesioginę koreliaciją su atsinaujinančiu ekonominiu vystymusi. Socialinis–ekonominis valstybės progresas yra analizuotas, naudojant keturias makroekonominius rodiklius, tokius kaip bendras vidaus produktas, bedarbystės lygis, užimtumas ir infliacija. Tyrinėjimas apima tipiškus analizės metodus: loginę, santykinę ir statistinę ir ekonometrinę analizę; detalizavimą ir grupavimą. [Iš leidinio]

ENInequality among different countries has existed for a long time. The creation of European Union (EU) in year 1992 had to solve these inequalities, but they remained. The 1st of May in 2004 was the second test for the EU as new members had joined the common market. New challenges had pointed the same task: to reduce social and economic inequalities in different regions and to enhance sustainable development. The article analyses the economic growth in the EU countries and shows Lithuania's position among them. Social welfare in different regions has a direct correlation with the sustainable economic growth and development The socio-economic progress is analyzed by using four macroeconomic indicators such as production output, unemployment rate, employment and inflation. Besides, other indicators are involved such as productivity, balance of trade, fluctuation of exchange rate, investment, salaries, demographical situation, migration, technological improvement etc. The interdependence of above-mentioned indicators resulted in the final rate-gross domestic product (GDP). [From the publication]

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1648-4460
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