Settlement differentiation of vital comfort of population of European countries: a comparative analysis

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The article compares settlement differentiation of vital comfort of European countries. In Western countries, trend growth rates of vital comfort with a decrease in the size of the settlement.

In post-socialist countries, noticeable general trend of growth of these parameters with increasing size of the settlement.

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