The Spatial Fay-Herriot Model in Poverty Estimation

Łukasz Wawrowski

Abstract

The development of a service economy and the more and more noticeable phenomenon of servicization have become inseparable elements in the evolution of the modern economy. The goal of this paper is to analyse the impact of servicization on selected economies, both in terms of GDP and employment structure, as well as on changes in foreign trade. The secondary, but still important aim is to examine the relationship between servicization and innovation processes. Based on the conducted research, it can be stated that the process of servicization occurs in both developed post-industrial economies and increasingly often in developing countries. Moreover, the analysis of the relationship between the general level of innovation in the economy and the degree of its servicization, showed that in many countries higher innovation is often associated with a stronger role of the service sector in the economy. The dynamics of structural change taking place in the "deagrarianization-deindustrialization-servicization" chain is therefore substantially influenced by technological progress.
Author Łukasz Wawrowski (WIiGE / KS)
Łukasz Wawrowski,,
- Department of Statistics
Journal seriesFolia Oeconomica Stetinensia, ISSN 1730-4237, e-ISSN 1898-0198, (B 11 pkt)
Issue year2016
Vol16
No2
Pages191-202
Publication size in sheets0.55
Keywords in Englishsmall area estimation, poverty rate, the spatial Fay-Herriot model
DOIDOI:10.1515/foli-2016-0034
URL https://www.degruyter.com/downloadpdf/j/foli.2016.16.issue-2/foli-2016-0034/foli-2016-0034.pdf
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)11
Score sourcejournalList
ScoreMinisterial score = 11.0, 12-12-2019, ArticleFromJournal
Ministerial score (2013-2016) = 11.0, 12-12-2019, ArticleFromJournal
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