publication . Article . 2016

Influence Factors of the Economic Development Level Across European Countries

Diana Ioana POPA;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2016 Journal: Revista Română de Statistică (issn: 1018-046X, eissn: 1844-7694, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Romanian National Institute of Statistics
The economic development level of a country refers to the measure of the progress in an economy that could be measured, especially through GDP or GDP per capita. The level of these indicators can be influenced by many factors as a large scale, from social and economical to environmental and government policies factors. The paper aims to investigate some of these influence factors of the economic development level, represented in this case by GDP per capita, across European countries in the context of the most recently crisis, named the Great Recession (2008) and after, when the economies are starting to recover (2013). Using linear regression in R (lm function),...
free text keywords: Economic Development Level, Multiple Linear Regression, R, Statistics, HA1-4737
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