Center-peripheral dimension of innovative security in the Western border regions of Russia (the case of the Rostov region)
... формирования инфраструктуры обеспечения инновационного развития депрессивных территорий Ростовской области // Вестник ТГЭУ. 2009. № 2. С. 33—46.
12. Mikhaylov A.S., Mikhaylova A.A., Lachininskii S.S., Hvaley D.V. Coastal countryside innovation dynamics in north-western Russia // European Countryside. 2019. Т. 11. № 4. С. 541—562.
13. Земцов, С.П., Бабурин, В.Л. (2019) Предпринимательские ...
The development of science as a factor in the Kaliningrad region innovative security
26. Суховей А. В. Проблемы обеспечения инновационной безопасности в Российской Федерации // Экономика региона. 2014. № 4. С. 141—152.
27. Mikhaylova A. A., Mikhaylov A. S. Antecedents and Barriers to the Formation of Regional Innovation System: Case Study of the Kaliningrad Region // Modern Applied Science. 2015. № 9(2). P. 178—187.
28. Mikhaylova A. A., Mikhaylov A. S. Instruments of Innovation Security ...
Geography of the mobile internet in the border and interior regions of Russia
Digital transformation of socio-economic processes is the basis for sustainable development of regions in the digital age. The foundation for such a transformation is the information and communication infrastructure and, first of all, the mobile Internet. The technological growth of mobile networks has provided a rapid increase in the number of users around the world, contributing to further digitalization. With the development of digital technologies, research in the field of human geography has...
Russia and China in the international digital domain
Russia and China are the countries with an active digital agenda and a high level of Internetization of the population. The modern foreign policy vector of the governments of the two countries is aimed at strengthening cooperation, including the digital sphere. The article provides an assessment of the cross-country digital divide with an emphasis on the analysis of the dynamics in the development of information and communication infrastructure and the use of the Internet by the population in 2010—2021...
Cross-border digitalization of the western border of Russia: potential and prospects
Border regions are significant geostrategic territories, which long-term sustainable development is one of the priorities of Russia’s national security. The specificity of their economic-geographical position necessitates the development and implementation by the authorities of special governance approaches aimed at finding a balance between the openness and barrier function of the state border. One of the most common tools for the spatial development of border areas is the sustainable cross-border...
On the implementation of social innovation in rural area Kaliningrad oblas
Social innovations are important for solving the problems of rural development, since due to the intensification of polarization processes, the backlog of living conditions in rural areas from cities increases. Based on the statistical reporting and agricultural censuses, the article assesses the changes and spatial distribution of production, social and demographic processes in rural areas of the Kaliningrad region over the past three decades. The differences in the situation in the west (in...
The coasts we live in: can there be a single definition for a coastal zone?
...., Ruiz, M., Diedrich, A., Vizoso, G., Tintor, J. 2008, A proposal for boundary delimitation for integrated coastal zone management initiatives, Ocean Coastal Management, no. 51, p. 806—814. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2008.08.003.
Mikhaylov A. S., Plotnikova A. P
coastal region, coastal zone, coastalisation, Baltic region, coastal zone management
Valuating the appropriation of digital technologies across Russian regions
The COVID-19 pandemic has proved a powerful catalyst for the integration of digital technologies in everyday life. Many digital routines have replaced the traditional ones relating to purchasing goods and services, information exchange, movement, document issuance, or scheduling medical appointments. Despite technology proliferating through society, the digital divide is widening. The place of residence is a factor affecting the involvement in digitalisation, along with age, education, income, and...
Innovative development of rural settlements of the Leningrad region
13. Martens K., Wolff A., Hanisch M. Understanding social innovation processes in rural areas: Empirical evidence from social enterprises in Germany // Social Enterprise Journal. 2020. № ahead-of-print. doi: 10.1108/SEJ-12-2019-0093.
14. Mikhaylov A. S., Mikhaylova A. A., Lachininskii S. S., Hvaley D. V. Coastal countryside innovation dynamics in north-western Russia // European Countryside. 2019. № 11 (4). P. 541—562. doi: 10.2478/euco-2019-0030.
15. Naldi L., Nilsson P., Westlund ...
Potential of Russian-Indian scientific cooperation (the case of western border regions of Russia)
... № 70 (10). P. 1612—1637. doi: 10.1080/09668136.2018.1515348.
21. Mikhaylova А. А. In pursuit of an innovation development trajectory of the Kaliningrad region // Baltic Region. 2019. № 11 (3). P. 92—106. doi: 10.5922/2079-8555-2019-3-5.
Mikhaylov A. S., Hvaley D. V., Singh P., Singh V. K.
Greater Eurasia, India, international scientific and technological cooperation, research collaboration, geography of knowledge, spatial scientometrics
On digitalization of the Kaliningrad region as an economic security element
Digital technologies, which have received rapid development in recent years, are increasingly integrated into modern economic and social processes. The course towards digitalization taken by most countries is determined by the onset of a new digital era, when knowledge and information are the most important resources of the economy and are the basis for innovation. However, accelerated digitalization, as well as slowed down, carries a significant number of economic, social, political, cultural...
Innovative development priorities of the major coastal agglomerations of the European part of Russia
... is revealed that the coastal agglomerations concentrate a significant innovation potential of the coastal regions, and their size allows them to act as drivers of regional growth, transferring their innovation specificity to the meso-level.
Mikhaylov A. S., Hvaley D. V.
coastal region, coastal city, innovation economy, coastalization, innovation policy
Innovative development of Russian coastal regions: north–south divergence
... accumulation of coastal regions are described. Each is associated with a different way to benefit from proximity to the sea. These are maritime activities, maritime transport, and the economic use of recreational, natural and climatic resources.
Mikhaylov A. S., Gorochnaya V. V., Hvaley D. V., Gumenyuk I. S.
coastal region, innovation capital, coastalisation, urban agglomeration, innovation geography, innovation space
Sustainable development of the city territorial capital: adaptive policy through the geography of knowledge
... level; the second group brings together the cities with a low level of scientific productivity having scientific connections at the national and international level; the third, the “silent” cities, which do not show any activity in any way.
Mikhaylov A. S., Mikhaylova A. A., Hvaley D. V.
knowledge generation, science centre, intellectual capital, spatial bibliometrics, city typology, research network, knowledge production function
Spatio-temporal patterns of knowledge transfer in the borderland
... information from the Scopus abstract and citation database to assess the intensity of research cooperation. The findings suggest that the degree of involvement in transboundary research cooperation varies widely across Russia’s border regions.
Mikhaylov, А. S., Wendt, J. A., Peker, I. Yu., Mikhaylova, А. А.
knowledge geography, border region, borderland, knowledge transfer, cross-border cooperation, Baltic region
In pursuit of an innovation development trajectory of the Kaliningrad region
Amid growing inter-state competition, national innovation policies are increasingly seeking to promote the development of regional innovation systems to intensify innovative processes and to enhance the economic competitiveness of territories. An efficient regional innovation policy requires a territorial adaptive approach to the development of mechanisms for innovating socio-spatial systems. These mechanisms should take into account the specific features and inalienable resources of territories...
Coastal agglomerations and the transformation of national innovation spaces
... agglomerative and coastal factors. The result of this study is a comparison and assessment of the mutual influence of the two effects of spatial development that translate into the unique identity of coastal zone cities: urbanisation and coastalisation.
Mikhaylov, A. S.
innovation space, coastal agglomeration, innovation diffusion, innovation geography, urbanization, coastalisation
Equivocality in Delineating the Borders of a Cluster: The Baltic’s Case
... case study for testing our model. Latvia’s mature IT-cluster is an important national growth point. Regional and industry-specific policies should consider the differences between the cluster’s geographical and non-geographical boundaries.
Mikhaylov A. S., Mikhaylova A. A.
cluster policy, territorial cluster, cluster initiative, cross-border cooperation, territorial cohesion, Baltic States, cluster boundary
Geography of knowledge: clustering national competence centres of Russia
... Erste Abhandlung // Schriften der Königlichen physikalisch-ökonomischen Gesellschaft zu Königsberg. Jahrg. 1, Abteil. 1. Königsberg, 1860. S. 1—44. URL:
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Mikhaylov A. S., Mikhaylova A. A., Hvaley D. V.
knowledge geography, science centre, knowledge city typology, spatial scientometrics, knowledge domain, intellectual capital, knowledge generation
The Institutional Architecture of Territorial Innovative Systems: Towards a Spatially Targeted Regional Policy
... Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 2016. № 49. P. 280—290.
44. Walker G., Kogut B., Shan W. Social capital, structural holes and the formation of an industry network // Organization Science. 1997. № 8 (2). P. 109—125.
Mikhaylov A. S.
institutional architecture, territorial capital, territorial innovation system, Lithuania, Baltic States
The boundaries of the territorial community
... internationalisation Small Swedish IT firms in India. Stockholm, 2013. P. 204.
78. Yeung H. W. C. Situating regional development in the competitive dynamics of global production networks: an East Asian perspective // Regional Studies. 2009. № 43. P. 325—351.
Mikhaylov A. S.
spatial networking, regional networking, territorial community, interaction border