Analysis of the level of wellbeing in Ukraine

Odynets Volodymyr Andriyovych
PhD, Associate Professor, Head of Department of Information Systems and Technologies,
Ratushnyak Tetyana Volodymyrivna
PhD, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of Department of Information Systems and Technologies,
National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine

  • The EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, signed in Brussels on 27 June 2014, is a document of cooperation in the areas of social and economic policy. The main objective of such cooperation is the improvement of quality of life. Organizations and government agencies conduct monitoring socio-economic development of the countries in order to analyze and assess the level of citizens’ life. Assessment of the country’s social and economic status involves a wide range of the parameters which show diverse aspects of human life and of economics of the country on the whole. The analysis of the social and economic indexes, which characterize public welfare in Ukraine in 2007-2014, has been carried out.
  • public wellbeing, level of citizens’ life, macro index, social and economic index, monitoring the social and economic processes.
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  • Odynets V. A., Ratushnyak T. V. Analysis of the level of wellbeing in Ukraine [Online] // Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal. 2015. № 4. Available: http://epm.fem.sumdu.edu.ua/download/2015_4/2015_4_4.pdf