Cross-border Specialization of Interregional Interaction: Applying New Assessment Methods
Cross-border cooperation as a type of interregional interaction is becoming a significant factor in the development of border regions. It can be viewed as a result of intensification of cross-border contacts and greater economic openness of cross-border regions. Thus, the roots of current development are quite easy to pinpoint. However, assessment of the impact of cross-border cooperation on the development of border regions appears to be a research ...
The intensity of population movements through the Russian- Polish border after the suspension of the local border traffic mechanism: 2016 outcomes
... intensity of the Russian-Polish border crossing in the period from 2002 to 2016. The author analyzes the contribution made by the cross-border movement mechanism to the development of relations between the border regions of the neighboring countries. The article ... ... mechanism of local border traffic in 2015, launched in 2012, became an important development tool for socio-cultural and business contacts between Kaliningrad and the neighboring province of the Republic of Poland. Rejection of this instrument seriously affected ...
Local border traffic and the development of retail trade in the Kaliningrad region and Polish borderlands
... dialogue. The three years of LBT mechanism have shown its practical significance for the development of research and cultural contacts, cooperation between municipalities and NGOs of the Kaliningrad region and the borderland (Pomeranian and Warmian-Masurian) ... ... Respublikoj Pol'sha i Kaliningradskoj oblast'ju Rossijskoj Federacii [Influence of local border traffic on the development of cross-border tourism between the Republic of Poland and the Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation]. In: Nauka i turizm: ...
Local border traffic as an efficient tool for developing cross-border cooperation
... Federation and the Republic of Belarus. The article will be of interest to specialists in international and, particularly, in cross-border cooperation. The authors analyse the mechanism of local border traffic and identify possible trends based on the ... ... of the study. It is concluded that the LBT mechanism is effective and it has a positive effect on the development of border contacts between countries. There is a need to continue the dialogue between Russia, Belarus and the EU countries on both expanding ...
Innovative education for the Baltic region: the experience of the Finnish-Russian Cross-border University
... Pihlström, S.
Pragmatismi filosofiassa ja yhteiskuntatieteissä. Tampere.
Lanko, D. A.
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2004. Cooperation and Conflict, № 3,... ... Dmitry
higher education, graduate studies, innovative teaching, international relations, Baltic Sea Region, Finnish-Russian Cross-Border University, St. Petersburg State University, University of Tampere
Local Border Traffic as a Form of Visa Liberalisation and Territorial Development
... Pol'sha zhdet bolee intensivnyh kontaktov s novym gubernatorom Kaliningradskoj oblasti [Poland is waiting for more intensive contacts with the new governor of the Kaliningrad region], 2010, Kaliningrad.ru, available at: http://kgd.ru/news/item/6930 (accessed ... ... otkrytie prigranichnogo bezvizovogo dvizhenija s Rossiej [In Poland surprised that Lithuania has long inhibits the opening of cross-border visa-free movement with Russia], 2010, Regnum, available at: http://www.regnum.ru/news/polit/1314519.html#ixzz3BnL4Tka3 ...
Border functions as a factor of development of border regions and the formation of cross-border regions
... border functions. It also proposes the author's own typology of the border regions, based on a combination of the barrier and contact functions of the border.
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border regions, cross-border regions, the state border, the border function
The Role of Tourism in the Development of Russia’s Northwestern Border Regions
... explores the practices of tourism and recreation development in a historical perspective and examines the effect of barrier and contact functions of state borders on tourism. Particular attention is paid to tourism development in the border regions of Russia’s ... ... B. 2014, Perspektivy razvitiya prigranichnogo mezhdunarodnogo turizma v Murmanskoy oblasti [Prospects for the development of cross-border international tourism in the Murmansk region]. In: Strategiyz razvitiya prigranichnyh territoriy: tradicii i innovacii ...
Spatio-temporal patterns of knowledge transfer in the borderland
... proximity to a border strengthens transboundary cooperation and interaction between neighbouring regions. Although frequent social contacts across borders are well documented in the literature, the effect that the border has on intensive knowledge transfer ... ... А. S., Wendt, J. A., Peker, I. Yu., Mikhaylova, А. А.
knowledge geography, border region, borderland, knowledge transfer, cross-border cooperation, Baltic region
Information metabolism and innovation dynamics in the Rostov agglomeration: the role of the coastal factor and economic clustering
... development of coastal agglomerations, as advancement drivers for the regions of Southern Russia, which experience a reduction in contact potential in modern geo-economic conditions that complicates international economic and technological cooperation. The ... ..., Mikhaylov A.S. et al. Typology of coastal zones in the European part of Russia: modern particularities within the trend of cross-border clustering // Journal of Applied Economic Sciences. 2017. Vol. 12. № 5 (51). P. 1451—1460.
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The coastalisation of population in today’s Russia: A sociogeographical explication
... socio-economic development of the Russian Federation until 2030, 2013, Moscow, available atL
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Druzhinin A. G.
coastal cities, population change, maritime complex, cross-border contacts, Russia
Transformation of global value chains in Russia and the Baltics amid Covid-19: prospects for regionalization and implications for economic policy
... Russia and the Baltics in creating a new generation of internationally competitive firms; (3) as a result of companies tackling the effects of the pandemic against the background of historically stable relationships; (4) as a product of strong social contacts and soft power. GVC regionalisation will be driven by individual companies, regional (local) governments, and Russian-Baltic cross-border cooperation initiatives. Finally, repercussions for Russian and Baltic politics are discussed alongside GVC regionalisation benefits for all the parties involved.
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Natural Increase in the Baltic South and South-West
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The influence of the border position of the Pskov region on the socio-cultural values of the population
... Регион в условиях глобализации / под ред.
А. П. Клемешева. Калининград: Изд-во КГУ, 2004.
border position, population identity, stereotypes, kinship and friendship, cross-border contacts, cooperation prospects, barrier type border, oppositional identity model