The Kaliningrad dilemma: a 'development corridor' or a 'double periphery'? The geopolitical factor of the development of the Russian exclave on the Baltic Sea
... proceed with the implementation of large-scale projects that stimulate the development of both the regional economy and form cross-industry clusters including large, medium, and small enterprises. The region should become an increasingly important "development corridor" between Russian regions and the EU states situated on the Baltic Sea
М., Клемешев А.
П., Федоров Г.
Стратегия развития Калининградской ...
Strategic development of a university in the Russian exclave
... Relations. In: H. Etzkowitz, L. Leydesdorff (Eds.), Universities and the Global Knowledge Economy A Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations. London.
Klemeshev Andrey, Gareev Timur
regional strategies, development corridor, geopolitical factor, Kaliningrad region, Baltic region
The influence of the sea on the economic development and settlement structure in the Baltic Sea region
... national economies. Qualitative differences between mesoregions are measured using a combination of theoretical and empirical typologies. An economic, statistical, and cartographic analysis helps to identify a special type of mesoregions — coastal development corridors, which make an important contribution to the economic development and consolidation of the Baltic macroregion. In transnational macroregions, such typological differences must be taken into account in strategic and spatial planning at the intergovernmental ...