Coastal location as a development factor of the cities in the Baltic region
... of the key categories of socio-economic development of territories. Cities, as the main carriers of innovative potential, need constant influx of human resources. The purpose of this article is to identify the nature of the influence of the cities’ coastal position on the dynamics of their population by the example of the Baltic region countries. The dependence of the popultaion dynamics on the coastal location of the city is studied with the reference to the methods of statistical and cartographic analysis....
Kaliningrad region: coastal position as a geographical factor of economic development
... Sea Region. Cultures, Politics, Societies / ed. by W. Maciejewski. Uppsala, 2002.
37. Williams L.-K. The Baltic Sea Region: Forms and Functions of Regional Cooperation // BaltSeaNet Working Papers, Gdańsk — Berlin. Berlin, 2001.
Fedorov G. M.
coastal position, border position, the Kaliningrad region, economic development
Typological differences between the coastal regions of Russia's Western borderlands
... socio-economic situation in regions of different types. Considering the typological features of the regions, the prospects for their future development based on the strengthening of the coastal factor are outlined.
Fedorov G. M.
coastal region, coastal position, gravitational force of the sea, development factor, typology of regions, west of Russia