Yulia Matafonova – Trans-Baikal State University, Chita, Russia
Tatyana Gordeeva – Trans-Baikal State University, Chita, Russia
Level and quality of life of the
Level of administration;
Sustainability of regional
Sustainable development of
Method of dichotomous
Abstract: The study of the activities of regional authorities to preserve the level and quality of life of the population in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic acquires scientific value due to the special conditions in which the regional community and the regional political institutions were placed.
The article analyzes the impact of the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic on the activities of the institutions of the regional political system to preserve the level and quality of life of the population within a particular subject of the Russian Federation – the Trans-Baikal Territory. As the main research method, a dichotomous assessment of the data obtained as a result of an expert survey in the fall of 2021 is used. The experts were the heads and specialists of the public authorities of the region and local authorities.
The contribution of the institutions of the regional political system to the preservation of the level and quality of life of the population is considered through the categories of “social efficiency” and “level of administration”. As a result of the study, we defined the pandemic has a negative impact on the functioning of the institutions of the regional political system in the field of maintaining the level and quality of life of the population. The revealed trends do not allow us to consider the regional political system sufficiently effective and capable of providing the basic conditions for the sustainable development of the region.
8th International Scientific ERAZ Conference – ERAZ 2022 – Selected Papers: KNOWLEDGE BASED SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, Online-Virtual (Prague, Czech Republic), May 26, 2022
ERAZ Selected Papers published by: Association of Economists and Managers of the Balkans – Belgrade, Serbia
ERAZ conference partners: Faculty of Economics and Business, Mediterranean University, Montenegro; University of National and World Economy – Sofia, Bulgaria; Faculty of Commercial and Business Studies – Celje, Slovenia; AMBIS University, Prague – Czech Republic; Faculty of Applied Management, Economics and Finance – Belgrade, Serbia
ERAZ Conference 2022 Selected Papers: ISBN 978-86-80194-61-5, ISSN 2683-5568, DOI: https://doi.org/10.31410/ERAZ.S.P.2022
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