Gyvenimo kokybės daugiadimensis vertinimas, identifikuojant kritines sritis
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The dissertation examines the topical issue of assessment of the quality of life. Scientific literature still does not offer a uniform perception and scientific definition of the quality of life. Every person can provide this concept with his own interpretation, but in science the quality of life must be a concept expressed by means of specific indicators and measured in relation to the welfare of the population in a specific country. The object of research in this dissertation is the assessment of the quality of life. The aim of the dissertation is, upon analysing interdisciplinary scientific approaches to assessment of the quality of life, to develop a multidimensional model of assessment of the quality of life and to identify the critical areas of the quality of life in Lithuania. The author of the dissertation has carried out a comparative analysis of the definition and conceptions of the quality of life and the quality of life assessment methods employed in practice, conceptualised the concept of the quality of life treating it as an object of economic research which reflects the efficiency of the economic policy of the state, identified the key areas of the quality of life, provided a conception of the quality of life and proposed methodological principles for its assessment, developed a multidimensional quality of life assessment model and, by applying the model, evaluated the quality of life of the Lithuanian population in the context of the EU Member States and identified its critical areas.