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Study of the Dependency Between the Gross Regional Product and the Production and Consumer Waste Generation Levels

  • R. N. ShpakovaEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 139)

Abstract

This article explores the possibility of deducing the dependency between the levels of the gross regional product and the production and consumer waste generation in the Russian Far Eastern Economic District. The study proves that in most cases it is possible to trace the statistically significant relations that may be used for predicting how waste generation will depend on the forecast change in the gross regional product. Specifically, this study emphasizes that such forecasts need to be made when regional programs for development and public well-being and environmental programs are to be adopted, and that the quality needs to be improved of the economic agents’ production waste generation records and reporting.

Based on the types of constraining relations derived, we conclude that the annual production and consumer waste in the Far Eastern Economic District tend to grow at a less intense pace.

Keywords

Production and consumer waste Gross regional product Far East Forecast Economic growth Environment 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University)MoscowRussian Federation

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