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Impact of sustainable development indicators on economic growth: Baltic countries in the context of developed Europe

    Giedrė Lapinskienė Affiliation
    ; Kęstutis Peleckis Affiliation

Abstract

The paper aims to analyse sustainable development indicators taken from the Eurostat database and to determine a rational relationship between the sustainable development indicators and the economic growth of the country. The suggested hypothesis implies that the process of the country’s development differs depending on the stage of the development. In order to establish the relationship between the sustainable development and the economic growth, the correlation analysis was used. Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia were taken as the research objects and the results obtained were compared with those describing the developed countries (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, France, Germany). The results obtained outline the main economic trends as well as determining their variation depending on the development stage of the country.


 


 

Keyword : sustainable development, indicator, Lithuania

How to Cite
Lapinskienė, G., & Peleckis, K. (2009). Impact of sustainable development indicators on economic growth: Baltic countries in the context of developed Europe. Business: Theory and Practice, 10(2), 107-117. Retrieved from https://journals.vgtu.lt/index.php/BTP/article/view/9035
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May 29, 2009
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