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Zeszyt 3 (45) 2017 , DOI: 10.17306/J.JARD.2017.00363

Jan Polcyn

CORRELATIONS BETWEEN INSTITUTIONAL-POLITICAL GOVERNANCE AND ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE IN THE CONTEXT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Wpływ czynników instytucjonalno-politycznych na ład gospodarczy w kontekście zrównoważonego rozwoju

Abstract:

In this paper, sustainable development is defined
as an undisturbed process of steady growth within four areas.
These areas are also referred to as governances: environmental,
social, economic and institutional-political. When
searching for factors stimulating sustainable development, it
is important to identify correlations between individual governances.
Data for the study were retrieved from the Eurostat
website. Variables were assigned to individual governances
and divided into stimuli and inhibitors according to the description
of variables provided by Eurostat. The collected data
was used to determine the synthetic measure of economic
governance and synthetic measures for groups of variables defining
institutional-political governance. Hellwig’s taxonomic
measure was used as the research tool. This study made it
possible to determine the econometric model indicating statistically
significant correlations for two groups of variables
selected from among five groups characteristic of institutional-
political governance. The group of characteristics relating
to coherence and efficiency policy and the group describing
civil society (openness, participation and active citizenship)
showed a statistically significant and positive direction of impact
on economic governance in the analysed period.

Abstract in polish:

Istotnym problemem w poszukiwaniu czynników stymulujących rozwój zrównoważony jest odkrycie wzajemnych
interakcji między poszczególnymi obszarami rozwoju zrównoważonego, często określanych jako łady. Dane do przeprowadzonych
analiz zaczerpnięto ze strony internetowej Eurostat. Zgromadzone dane posłużyły do wyznaczenia syntetycznego
miernika ładu gospodarczego oraz syntetycznych mierników dla grup zmiennych opisujących ład instytucjonalno-polityczny.
Wykorzystanym w tym celu narzędziem badawczym był taksonomiczny miernik Hellwiga. W wyniku realizacji badania wyznaczono
model ekonometryczny wskazujący na statystycznie istotne zależności dla dwóch grup zmiennych wyselekcjonowanych
spośród pięciu grup charakteryzujących ład instytucjonalno-polityczny. Statystycznie istotny i dodatni kierunek oddziaływania
na ład gospodarczy wykazywał w badanym okresie agregat cech odnoszących się do polityki spójności i efektywności oraz
agregat opisujący społeczeństwo obywatelskie (otwartość i uczestnictwo oraz aktywność obywatelską).

Keywords: economic governance, institutional-political governance, sustainable development, synthetic measure

Keywords in polish: ład gospodarczy, ład instytucjonalno-polityczny, rozwój zrównoważony, miernik syntetyczny

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For citation:

MLA Polcyn, Jan. "CORRELATIONS BETWEEN INSTITUTIONAL-POLITICAL GOVERNANCE AND ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE IN THE CONTEXT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT." J. Agribus. Rural Dev. 45.3 (2017): 665-674.
APA Jan Polcyn (2017). CORRELATIONS BETWEEN INSTITUTIONAL-POLITICAL GOVERNANCE AND ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE IN THE CONTEXT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. J. Agribus. Rural Dev. 45 (3), 665-674
ISO 690 POLCYN, Jan. CORRELATIONS BETWEEN INSTITUTIONAL-POLITICAL GOVERNANCE AND ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE IN THE CONTEXT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. J. Agribus. Rural Dev., 2017, 45.3: 665-674.
Corresponding address:
dr inż. Jan Polcyn, Instytut Ekonomiczny, Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Zawodowa im. Stanisława Staszica w Pile, Poland
Authors email:
Jan.Polcyn@pwsz.pila.pl

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