Feyerabend’s Natural Law Notes and their significance for Kant studies. Preface
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This article analyses the policy of compulsory procurement of agricultural produce from farmers in the late 1940s — mid-1950s. Currently, the public procurement of the Stalin era is recognised as a forced seizure of grain and other products in rural areas. Based on the materials from the Kaliningrad rural district (the only one, whose procurement structure fund has been preserved by the State archive of the Kaliningrad region), the author traces the forced procurement policies and ...
Modern understanding of ‘geoeconomic position’ and the Saint Petersburg agglomeration
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On mechanical resonances and anti-resonances
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Moscow and its region: structural and functional transformations
The article shows various structural-functional transformations of Moscow and its region generated by the changes in mode of production in Russia as a result of ‘perestroika’ as well as of the results of a combination of global changes triggered by ... ... Russia’ independent form Moscow is emerging. Such mega-cities usually see their ‘periphery’ as the supply of a labor force and the waste processing sites. As a result, a social asymmetry has emerged: Moscow is developing and becoming wealthier ...
Economic security of a border region: quantitative and qualitative measurements (the case of the Rostov region)
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Key factors of the spatial organisation of small businesses
This article describes the conditions, resources, and prerequisites necessary for the efficient functioning of small businesses. Based on the theoretical propositions and practical results of productive forces distribution, the authors identify groups of factors of spatial organization of small businesses: national and supranational level, regional level, location, and the entrepreneur. A sequential analysis of the main factors of the small business ...
Latvia in the System of European Territorial Security: a View from the Inside and Outside
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