Report on the socio-economic situation of Mazowieckie Voivodship 2023

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Date of publication: 28.04.2023
Frequency of publication: Annual edition

The Statistical Office in Warszawa has prepared the next edition of the annual „Report on the socio-economic situation of Mazowieckie Voivodship”. This publication is a comprehensive analytical study referring to the development challenges of the country and voivodships contained in the National Strategy of Regional Development 2030. In this basic strategic document of the state’s regional policy, the challenges identified include: climate change; counteracting the negative effects of demographic processes; developing and supporting human and social capital; increase in the productivity and innovation of regional economies; development of infrastructure improving competitiveness, investment attractiveness and living conditions in regions; increasing the efficiency of development management (including financing development activities).

The thematic layout of the publication allows for the effective identification of the development needs of Mazovia and supports regional analyses carried out in order to monitor the implementation of public policy assumptions. The analysis was made in various territorial sections, which enabled the presentation of differences in the social and economic development of the Voivodship. The analytical text of the study was enriched with tables and a graphic presentation in the form of maps and charts, which allows for a quick and effective perception of statistical information, as well as spatial relations of phenomena presented by them. 

The basic part of the Report was supplemented with tables containing an overview of the most important data for Mazowieckie Voivodship and Warsaw capital city in retrospective and for the country. Graphical form was used to present selected data for Mazovia against the background of other voivodships.

The data presented in the Report relate to 2022 or the last available year. In order to illustrate changes over time, some issues are presented in a multi-year retrospective. For most topics, the presentation of phenomena dates back to 2015. Selected data were compared to the average values for the country.

In this year's edition of the study, the presentation of meteorological conditions and the economic situation was abandoned, while the chapter "Development management" was extended to include issues related to spatial planning and revitalisation. Data from regional accounts for the years 2015–2019 were revised in relation to previously published, following the revision made in annual national accounts. Data on the number and structure of the population and all demographic coefficients for 2020 and 2021 were verified taking into account the results of the National Population and Housing Census as of 31 March 2021. Therefore, the indicators calculated using the population number have changed compared to those published in the previous edition of the Report.

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