Towards a Stable and Dynamic Economy in the Kaliningrad Region
The economy of the Kaliningrad exclave is not sufficiently stable and is heavily affected by external factors. This work aims to estimate the current economic situation in the region and explore possible ways to increase the stability of regional economy. The study employs economic statistical methods and identifies factors affecting regional development. The author analyses the dependence of the manufacturing industry on customs and tax privileges under the law On the ...
The concept of “network” in the system of basic concepts of regional economic geography
... concept of “network” is traditionally used in sociological and economic sciences and serves as an in important object of research ... ... between networks on a certain territory at a certain stage of its development comprises the framework of a region as a complex socioeconomic ... ... economic networks as organic systems characterised by resistance to external effects and comprised of interconnected economic agents ... ... certain network form in case of a change in the conditions or factors affecting it.
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The External Economic Factor in the Development of Northwestern Regions: Institutional Support and an Impact Assessment
... economy shared by the Russian and neighbouring territories, and the multi-tier nature of the institutional framework for international economic cooperation in the international region.
Andreeva E. L., Ratner A. V., Myslyakova Y. G., Glukhikh P. L.
external economic development factor, institutional support, Russia’s North- West, international interregional cooperation, Nordic Europe, features of Nordic regions
Economic Development of the Baltic and Nordic Countries: Characteristics of Еconomic Models
Economic development models are crucial for understanding historical progress of countries ... ... economic development is acclaimed internationally for the effective use of national and external resources, which is not the case in the Baltics. The Nordic and Baltic national... ... Institucionalno-strukturniye faktori ekonomicheskogo razvitiya [Institutional and structural factors of economic development], Moscow, p. 10. (In Russ.)
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Introducing Sectoral Models into Regional Management: An Assessment of Regulatory Impacts on the Economy
... approaches of simulation modelling, as well as qualitative and quantitative methods in combination with economic-mathematical optimisation models. The article presents a pilot model of regulatory impacts for selected sectors of the Kaliningrad economy. The developed and tested models suggest that a rationale for economic decision-making and consequent actions should be based on the assessment of the impact of different groups of external, internal, and independent factors on value chains, based on the criterion of optimal factor income. In conclusion, the authors offer recommendations for using the proposed models in business, public administration and regional economic modeling.
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Some Aspects of Economic Security of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region under Conditions of Geo-Economic Uncertaint
In this article, I consider individual aspects of the economic security of Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad Region amid the geo-economic ... ... in this case, in the conditions of the crisis of 2014—2016, brought about by both external and internal factors. I employ the concept of the triad of regional economic competitiveness, regional economic security, and sustainable regional socio-economic development. I believe that this triad does not only demonstrate the logic of the current...
Platform Markets: Their Place in the Theory of Mesoeconomic System: Development and a Challenge to Spatial Studies
Over the past three decades, researchers across different disciplines have paid close attention to the development of platform markets — an emergent long-term trend in economic policy. I consider platform markets as institutional and technological systems. Platforms create systems of rules and ... ... comparative analysis. A specific feature of platforms is the contribution of digital technology to the formalisation of relevant external effects and institutions, whereas economic zones are characterised by the external effects of agglomeration and clusters ...
The transition process and institutions: on the issue of the standard of living in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe — members of the European Union
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Three development strategies of the Kaliningrad region (1991—2018)
... exclave, geographically separated from the rest of Russia by foreign states. The development of the region became dependent on external factors, including Russia’s political relations with foreign countries, NATO and EU. Geopolitical changes required adjustments in the region’s socio-economic development strategy. In the period of 1991 to 2018 three comprehensive strategies succeeded one another: Special economic zone (SEZ) strategy, Cooperation region strategy, International development corridor strategy. The article describes ...
Interregional and cross-country flows of labor resources in the Kaliningrad region: factors and vectors in the contemporary Eurasian context
... migration for the last years. Reducing the number of own labor resources in changing external and internal conditions for the regional socioeconomic system determines the... ... describes the regional labor market evolution under the influence of demographic and economic dynamics. The migration situation in the region has been thoroughly considered... ... between some CEE countries and the UK // Journal of International Trade & Economic Development. 2009. Vol. 18. P. 61—78.
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Regional innovation security as a coherence of multi-cyclic self-organizing: experience in building an ideal model
... analogous to the acoustic beat effect in the propagation of wave phenomena in natural environments. The same phenomenon becomes a factor of vulnerability of the regional system in relation to irregularly occurring and turbulently developing impulses of the external environment.
The theoretical model and hypothesis are verified on the basis of empirical data on the Western border ... ... production subcycle). The results obtained made it possible to typologize the Western border regions according to the level of economic security in its cyclical aspect.
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Local border traffic as an efficient tool for developing cross-border cooperation
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The development of Kaliningrad regional economy: A new stage of restructuring
The Kaliningrad region is developing in complicated exclave conditions, which results in insufficient resilience of its economy to external impacts. There is a need for constant monitoring of the economic situation in the region and the adaptation of the regional strategy to changing conditions. This article sets out to ... ...
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The formation of the narrative and the performative in public communication
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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 ... ... international trade, tourism, and migration. Cross-border specialization determines the role of cross-border cooperation in regional external relations. The empiric data we have gathered is used to develop and implement a pilot assessment of cross-border specialization ...
Some features of external migration processes in the coastal regions of the Western borderlands of Russia
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Russia's accession to the WTO as an important factor of the country's integration into the world economy
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World Trade Organization, integration, Global Economy, external economic activities, export, import, foreign investment, constituent entity...
Problems and Prospects of Cross-Border Cooperation in Tourism between Russia and Europe
... socio-economic relations between Russia and European countries and identify key problems in the development of cross-border cooperation in tourism. These problems relate to both macroeconomic and regional/industrial factors. The article is of interest for researchers studying cross-border tourism, the... ... Cities, Focus on Geography, V. 56, no. 3.
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Forecasting Actions of Baltic elites: A Scenario Approach
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Country Competitiveness: an Empirical Study
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Border Position as a Factor of Strategic and Territorial Planning in Russian Regions in the Baltic
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Institutional approach to assessing the transition to a circular economy: the case of the Kaliningrad region
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International Migration in the Periods of Transition and Crisis: the Case of Latvia
... recent trends of migratory movements in the case of Latvia. Due to the country’s economic recession, migration has accelerated in the recent years. Empirical results show the response of the migration system to the changing internal factors and external influences in the times of transition and global crisis. Long-term emigration... ... from Latvia under economic crisis conditions // International Proceedings of Economics Development and Research.2012 Vol. 31. P. 134—138.
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On trends in the development of cross-border cooperation in the Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation
In this article, I examine trends in the development of cross-border cooperation between the Kaliningrad Region of the Russian ... ... (дата обращения: 04.05.2019).
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Paul Natorp’s social pedagogic theory and it’s relevance to modern russian education
... theory in negation of German society’s crisis tendencies. The theoretical context of social pedagogy was defined by several key factors. The first one is Natorp’s dependency on legacy of Plato, J. Pestalozzi and I. Kant, while second deals with his critic ... ... stage of free adult self-education. The last stage represents a “lifelong” process and ideally shouldn’t be bounded by any external factors. Natorp expects that developing German system of “folk academies” becomes a basis for implementation of this ideal in practice. He specifies that ...
Latvia in the System of European Territorial Security: a View from the Inside and Outside
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The Baltic Sea Region and the Black Sea Area: Two Pieces of the Same Puzzle
The Baltic Sea region and the Black Sea area are overlapping regions that have their own political, historical and cultural peculiarities. They belong to the same geopolitical system, within which they are developing two regional cooperation subsystems strongly influenced both by internal political and economic dynamics and by external actors. The aim of this research is to analyse the political and economic factors that influence the cooperation in the Baltic Sea region and the Black Sea area by means of comparative approach, which will help to determine the similarities and differences necessary to give an overview of two strategic areas in the European ...