The coastalisation of population in today’s Russia: A sociogeographical explication
... socio-economic development of the Russian Federation until 2030, 2013, Moscow, available atL
(accessed 07.01.2017). (In Russ.)
Druzhinin A. G.
coastal cities, population change, maritime complex, cross-border contacts, Russia
Coastal and western border centers in the system of large cities of modern Russia: socio-economic and innovation development.
... peer-reviewed journals, indexed in Scopus) the study confirmed the hypothesis on ‘coastalizing’ socio-economic and innovative potential and advanced growth of coastal centers. At the same time, there is also a high differentiation within the group of coastal cities, indicating that such trends are valid only at the national level. Differentiation and the gap on a number of indicators are fixed with respect to the group of Western Russian cities located in the border regions. It refutes the hypothesis on their ...
Large business in the coastal zones of Russia: features and factors of localisation
... projects of large businesses. This change manifests itself in the development of port and logistics complexes, the port industry, the construction of offshore pipelines, more active offshore oil and gas production, the growing demographic potential of coastal cities, etc. This article aims to explore the localisation of large businesses in Russian coastal zones and to analyse the ‘coastalisation’ of the country’s largest companies. It is shown that ‘coastalisation’ has taken place in forty-two of ...
Sustainable tourism as an alternative development path for coastal towns: The case of the Kaliningrad region
... environment/iczm/situation.htm (дата обращения: 20.09.2013).
13. World Tourism Organization UNWTO. URL: http://sdt. unwto. org/en (дата обращения: 20.03.2013).
Kropniva E., Belova A., Afanasyeva E.
tourism, sustainable urban development, coastal cities, border area, typology, evaluation of prospects, Kaliningrad/Vistula Lagoon.