Статистический мониторинг рынка ИКТ в России
Purpose: Life satisfaction is an important social indicator of life quality of the population. Modern researches show that income is one of the most significant components of life satisfaction. The article describes the Easterlin paradox with regard to Russia, provides a statistical analysis of the relationship income, wealth and the level of life satisfaction in Russia. The article presents the main theoretical concepts which used in the economics of happiness and for analysis of empirical models. Methods. Еconometric methods and statistical analysis (cluster analysis and a binary choice models) are used. To evaluate the income effect on life satisfaction in Russia marginal effects of income and probability increment of life satisfaction were estimated based on binary choice model of RLMS for 2012. Results: А family, gender (men are happier than women), good health, own car has a positive effect on life satisfaction. On average income has a positive effect on life satisfaction, but this effect is nonlinear. The results confirm the adaptation effect with saturation point in 60000 rub.
This paper is devoted to the use of statistical methodology in monitoring children's participation in decision-making on their behalf. Child participation is seen as one of the basic principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. For the first time in Russia's social practice, an approach to an objective analysis of the observance of the right of children to participate in decision-making, based on a system of quantitative and qualitative indicators. The article deals with an approach to the organization of monitoring children's rights to participation, including a review of the sources of information and metrics and indicators to assess. Authors propose an integrated index that allows comparison of regional situation analysis.