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Year of Graduation
Valeriia Matlashevskaia
Crime Rate Model Design for Russia
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
This work is devoted to the crime rate model design for Russia, identifying key determinants and development the application for the crime rate forecasting.

Author: Matlashevskaia Valeriia Vladimirovna.

Faculty: Economics, Management and Business Informatics, 4 course.

Scope of work: 58 pages, including appendix.

The first chapter is devoted to the literature review on the topic of dependence the crime rate on variable factors and the analysis of the crime rate modeling singularity. In the second paper, the description of the econometric process is presented, resulting with the equalizing of relation between the crime rate and different regressors. In the third chapter, the stages of application design and development is demonstrated with econometric equalizing testing.

Director of Diploma: Radionova Marina Vladimirovna, Associate Professor, National Research University Higher School of Economics, PhD (Physics and Mathematics).

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