%0 Journal Article
%A Rabontu, Cecilia Irina
%E Babucea, Ana Gabriela
%I Ovidius University of Constantza, Faculty of Economic Sciences
%D 2011
%G English
%B Ovidius University Annals, Economic Sciences Series
%@ 1582-9383
%@ 2344-4614
%T Analysis of Territorial Disparities Using Two-Way Dispersional Analysis
%J Analele Universității Ovidius. Seria Ștințe Economice
%N 1
%P 127-130
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%X Economic phenomena and processes are often influenced by more then one factor with simultaneous actions. To highlight the extent to which one or more factors, or combinations thereof, affects essentially on a dependent variable, we use analyze of variance. This statistical method does not explain the relationship between variables, but only verify the deviation between the empirical from the theoretical values of the variable, and the extent to which these changes are not dependent by the factor/factors clustering. Therefore, analysis of variance method can be used both before and after application of correlation and regression statistical methods. This paper illustrated a pattern of use of the method to determine the significance of two factors, level of training and gender disparities in regional unemployment in terms.
%K assumptions
%K F-test
%K regional disparities
%K two-way analysis of variance
%K unemployment