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|Title:||The differentiated assessment of damage to economy of subjects of the Siberian Federal District from road and transport accident rate|
|Authors:||Petrov, A. I.|
Svistunova, V. A.
Petrova, D. A.
|Publisher:||Institute of Physics Publishing|
|Citation:||Petrov A. I. The differentiated assessment of damage to economy of subjects of the Siberian Federal District from road and transport accident rate / A. I. Petrov, V. A. Svistunova, D. A. Petrova // IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. — 2018. — Vol. 115. — Iss. 1. — 12014.|
|Abstract:||The results of assessment of damage from the road accident rate in subjects of the Siberian Federal District (SFD) of the Russian Federation are presented in the article. The thesis about spatial differentiation of the Gross Regional Product (GRP) losses in different regions of the country because of people's death and injuries in the road accidents (RA) and due to formations of property and ecological damage was chosen as a working hypothesis. The calculations, carried out for 12 subjects of the SFD, confirmed this idea. The range of calculated values of economic damage from road accident rate (in % of GRP) was from 1.3 (Tomsk region) to 12.6 (Republic of Tyva) in 2015. In article the attempt to explain the received result by heterogeneous development of economics in various Russian regions is made. The consequence of it is a heterogeneous quality of people's life and quite various perception of life value by inhabitants of different regions that influences their life safety level. © 2018 Institute of Physics Publishing. All rights reserved.|
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|Conference name:||All-Russian Research-to-Practice Conference on Ecology and Safety in the Technosphere: Current Problems and Solutions, EST 2017|
|Conference date:||6 March 2017 through 7 March 2017|
|Appears in Collections:||Научные публикации, проиндексированные в SCOPUS и WoS CC|
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