publication . Article . 2000

Apskričių ir savivaldybių bendrojo vidaus produkto skaičiavimo metodika

Marčėnas, Vaidotas;
Open Access Lithuanian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2000 Journal: Pinigų studijos, volume 2,000, issue 2, pages 22-35 (issn: 1392-2637, Copyright policy)
Abstract
The evolution of the social and economic potential of the regions of the country and its individual municipalities is usually based on the gross domestic product (GDP) produced there. In Lithuania the GDP is calculated at the national level and at the level of districts. GDP is not calculated for individual municipalities, therefore, problems emerge in comparing and evaluating the unevenness of development among individual municipalities. The proposed method of the GDP setting is based on good correlation of the GDP per one worker in economical activity (formula (1) coefficient of correlation R = 0,953) and the average monthly net earnings of an employee of econ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Lithuania ; gross domestic product ; average monthly net earnings ; gross domestic product calculation
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