Анализ ожидаемой продолжительности жизни с учетом пространственной зависимости по регионам России
The paper examines the influence of various socio-economic and environmental factors on the life expectancy of the Russian population using regional data in 2014. With the help of spatial econometrics the authors show that there are differences in the models of life expectancy for men and women, as well as for residents from the western and eastern Russian regions. The study reveals that air pollution negatively affects the life expectancy of the Russian population as a whole and the western regions population particularly, and water resources contamination degrades the life expectancy of the eastern regions population. The authors also compare results of spatial econometric models and regression analysis using the least squares method.