A Mathematical Model of Regional Socio-Economic Development of the Russian Arctic Zone
2. The Deterministic Model of Management of Socio-Economic Development of the Region
- is the demographic activity coefficient;
- is the coefficient of people’s anti-motivation to childbearing;
- is the energy supply coefficient;
- is the coefficient of people’s interest in economic development;
- is the coefficient of the real sector economic development;
- is the coefficient of energy supply per workplace;
- is the energy supply coefficient of the region;
- is the conformity ratio of the population with the energy supply;
- is the conformity ratio of the economic development with the energy supply.
3. The Stochastic Model of Managing the Socio-Economic Development of the Region
- is the population of the region, which is not defined (the indicator is free);
- is fixed (one gives the fixed number of jobs in the real sector of the economy);
- the minimum of the variable is given:
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|Model Complexity Degree||System Complexity Degree|
|Small-Dimensional Natural Scientific or Technical System||Complex System (Meteorology)||Economics||Socio-Economic System|
|Simple linear models||Resonance||Extremely narrow applicability||Exponentially growing values (do not correspond the reality)||Exponentially growing values (do not correspond the reality)|
|Quasi-linear models||Loss of sustainability. Bifurcation. Synchronization||Some non-linear effects||Some non-linear effects||Some non-linear effects|
|Essentially non-linear small-dimensional models||Various non-linear effects. Determinate chaos||Strange attractor. The butterfly effect||Oscillations of values around the trend line. Loss of trend sustainability as an economic crisis||The crowd-effect as the crisis manifestation of synchronization|
|Synergy. Catastrophic theory.||Self-organization theory||Tornado as a loss of sustainability of laminar current||Econophysics. Synergy economics||Sequenced development, degree of freedom as a measure of system dissipation, chaos and order|
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Boldyrev, Y.; Chernogorskiy, S.; Shvetsov, K.; Zherelo, A.; Kostin, K. A Mathematical Model of Regional Socio-Economic Development of the Russian Arctic Zone. Resources 2019, 8, 45. https://doi.org/10.3390/resources8010045
Boldyrev Y, Chernogorskiy S, Shvetsov K, Zherelo A, Kostin K. A Mathematical Model of Regional Socio-Economic Development of the Russian Arctic Zone. Resources. 2019; 8(1):45. https://doi.org/10.3390/resources8010045Chicago/Turabian Style
Boldyrev, Yury, Sergey Chernogorskiy, Konstantin Shvetsov, Anatoly Zherelo, and Konstantin Kostin. 2019. "A Mathematical Model of Regional Socio-Economic Development of the Russian Arctic Zone" Resources 8, no. 1: 45. https://doi.org/10.3390/resources8010045