Features of the Relationship 4D = “D + 3D”: Demoetic – Demographic – Democratic – Demoeconomic and Environmental Components in the Assessment of Sustainable Development of Regions
In the conditions of the current unstable geopolitical situation, entailing the disruption of established economic ties, there are real prerequisites for the aggravation of crisis phenomena, both in macroeconomic processes and at the level of regional economies. This situation makes it extremely relevant to research in the field of the level and quality of life through the prism of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Governments of different countries are trying to reduce the impact of aggravated political and economic factors on people's lives. However, in our opinion, the previous approaches to the study of sustainable development processes based on a monoscientific analysis from the point of view of the operation of an economic mechanism alone are no longer viable. The article substantiates a radically different approach to solving the problem of sustainable development based on an integrated approach involving four demo components. This approach, in our opinion, is viable especially in the conditions of regions for which today indicators of the level and quality of life are fundamental. The research uses methods of scientific abstraction, analysis and synthesis. As a result of the research, the authors propose the concept of an integrated approach to achieving sustainable development goals based on the economy of four “D”.
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