A SYSTEM DYNAMIC MODEL FOR A COMPUTER SIMULATION OF THE REGIONAL ECONOMY

Рік публікації: 
2015
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1
Мова статті: 
Англійська
Нумерація сторінок: 
077-091
Аннотація: 
The social-economic situation in a region is determined by objective and subjective factors and, first, by methods of regional management. The revision strategy for regional development is periodicity required on the strength of possible changes in the regional economy and the internal and external market situation. At present, computer simulation is widely used in an effort to study regional processes. A system dynamic model of the regional economy is presented in this paper. In the next stage, a decision support system (DSS) for the management of the regional economy was engineered. Possible scenarios were developed on the basis of Rostov region data using the DSS.
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DOI: 
10.14308/ite000492
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