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Title: Методика комплексной оценки микрорайонов мегаполиса на основе мнений горожан
Other Titles: Methods of integrated assessment of megalopolis's micro-districts on the basis of residents' opinions
Authors: Bagirova, A. P.
Notman, O. V.
Veress, J.
Багирова, А. П.
Нотман, О. В.
Вереш, Й.
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Институт экономики Уральского отделения РАН
Citation: Багирова А. П. Методика комплексной оценки микрорайонов мегаполиса на основе мнений горожан / А. П. Багирова, О. В. Нотман, Й. Вереш. — DOI 10.17059/2017-4-13. — Текст : электронный // Экономика региона. — 2017. — Том 13, выпуск 4. — С. 1138-1150.
Abstract: The paper presents a methodology for assessing city areas on the basis of residents' opinions. In contrast to preceding approaches, this methodology combines the opinions on the various features of living in certain micro-districts as well as the way these districts are perceived. Therefore, this technique includes the rational and emotional assessments. Moreover, we assess both the district residents and the inhabitants living outside the area. Thus, the research combines the assessments from inside and outside. The evaluation is based on the representative survey of the residents of Ekaterinburg. The research hypothesis is that city districts will differ significantly in the attractiveness as well as in a set of determinants for the assessments given by residents. The authors' methodology for rating micro-districts includes three groups of indicators. First, there is the assessment of the residents' satisfaction level in various aspects of their lives. Second, we assess the residents' emotional appraisal of the areas, in which they live. Last, there is a choice of the city's best micro-district to live in. The empirical research found a high degree of differentiation in the obtained ratings and highlighted their socio-economic determinants such as the assessment of personal financial position, housing type, assessment of personal living conditions. The findings of this research provide insights for managerial decisionmaking in strategic regional planning. In particular, these results can be used to address the polarization of the development of urban areas revealed in this research. Further research can be conducted in three directions. Firstly, a deeper analysis of the availability and attractiveness of different types of infrastructure for residents (medical, educational, relaxation infrastructures, etc.) would be of interest. Secondly, micro-district could be ranked by different groups of population (retirees, persons with disabilities, etc.). Last, further research needs an assessment of the different micro-districts attractiveness for work and leisure activities.
Рассмотрена проблема городских различий и социально-экономического неравенства территориальных зон города. Представлена методика рейтинговой оценки городских территорий на основе мнений горожан. Проанализированы индикаторы данной методики. Дана оценка микрорайонов на основе репрезентативного опроса жителей Екатеринбурга.
Keywords: CITY ADMINISTRATION
CITY INFRASTRUCTURE
EMOTIONAL PERCEPTIONS OF AREAS
MEGALOPOLIS
MICRO-DISTRICTS
NON-PARAMETRIC STATISTICS
RATINGS
SATISFACTION LEVEL AMONG CITY RESIDENTS
SOCIOLOGICAL SURVEY
TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT
URI: http://elar.urfu.ru/handle/10995/91385
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85040346143
WOS ID: 000419294600013
ISSN: 2411-1406
2072-6414
DOI: 10.17059/2017-4-13
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: This paper has been prepared in the framework of the research and development Elaboration of the concept for the perspective development of residential estates of municipality the city of Ekaterinburg until 2035 (municipal contract No 15/2016-2 from Novem
Origin: Экономика региона. 2017. Том 13, выпуск 4
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