Work number - M 53 FILED
Author: Kovalov B. L.
Presented Sumy State University.
Theseriesoftheworkconsists of 3 chapters of monographs and 7 scientific papers, published during 2009-2013.
The objecive of the seriesoftheworkis to develop theoretical and methodological basisand practical mechanisms of sustainable lifestyle formation in Ukraine.
Scientific newness and practical significance of the seriesoftheworkare as follows:
− it was found that a key factor in solving problem of economic growth and sustainable use of natural resources is the transition to a sustainable lifestyle;
− social, economic and environmental factors that influence the sustainable lifestyle formation were defined;
− correlationbetween categories "sustainable lifestyle" and other social, economic and psychological categories wasdefined;
− it was proposed scientific and methodical approach to assessing sustainable lifestyle based on vector model with three levels of aggregation integrated, simple and synthetic indicators;
− sustainable lifestyle scorecard was created andsustainable lifestyleindex for the regions of Ukraine was calculated,also ratingof regionswasbuilt, the positive and negative regional trends were identified;
− it was proposed to group all regions of Ukraine by the level of sustainable lifestyle on ultra-high, high, above average, average, below average and poor;a complex of measures to improve sustainable lifestyle for regions of each group was created;
− methodological approaches of organizational and economic mechanism formation of sustainable lifestyle were improved;
− it was proved that a prerequisite for sustainable development of the region is to form a sustainable lifestyle of its population.
The results of research on the topic of work were publishedin 3 chapters ofmonographs, 7 scientific papers, 4 thesesofreports. According to Google Scholar number of citations to the work of the author - 7, h-index = 1. 1 patentwasgot.
Thetotalnumberofauthorpublications is53, including3 chapters of monographs, 10 scientific papers, 38 theses of reports, 2 patents.