Behavioral geoeconomics: a problem statement
... approaches to the state and the socio-economic evolution, I emphasise the need to develop a special approach – a behavioural geoeconomics. It perceives states as single-order actors in the external and internal segments of the economic space. I propose ... ... target function, and interact with organisations and households. I conclude that a behavioural geoeconomics will dramatically change research discourse on the role of the state in the economy.
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Geopolitical and Geo-economic Changes in the Baltic Sea Region at the Turn of the XX—XXI centuries
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Kretinin Gennady V., Katrovskiy Alexander P., Pototskaya Tatyana I., Fedorov Gennady M.
countries of the Baltic Sea region, geopolitical changes, geoeconomic changes
Geopolitical turbulence and its economic and geographical projections: the case of Russia’s western border regions
... regions during recent decades has been affected by the confrontation of global and regional centres of power, their growing geoeconomic and geopolitical rivalry, accompanied by increasing geopolitical turbulence. The article aims to substantiate the ... ... most relevant aspects of the territorial restructuring of the Russian economy, which is being influenced by recent geopolitical changes. The author assesses the economic resistance of Russia’s western border regions to geopolitical turbulence. Special ...
Trends in population change and the sustainable socio-economic development of cities in North-West Russia
... performs well economically and has a favourable investment climate and high-paid jobs. The analysis revealed that population change occurred at different rates across the federal district in 2002—2017. A result of uneven socio-economic development, ... ... administrative status, location, and economic specialisation of northwestern cities. The migration behaviour of the population and the geoeconomic position are shown to be the main indicators of the sustainable development of a city.
Anokhin A. A., Shelest ...
The coastalisation of population in today’s Russia: A sociogeographical explication
... Saint Petersburg. The author argues that against the background of increasing socioeconomic risks — particularly due to the change in Russia’s geostrategic priorities — the coastal zones remain crucial to the new configuration of the country’s ... .... Eurasia Continent], Moscow, p. 398—418.
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Two civilizations: the relations of Russia and Western Europe at the beginning of the 21st century
The challenges of building relations between two different civilizations, which Samuel Huntington and Lev Gumilev wrote about, are currently becoming more obvious due to the cardinal geopolitical and geoeconomic changes that have taken place since the demise the USSR and the world socialist system. Today, in the West, as if in contrast to the famous project by Charles de Gaulle —“Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals”, an extremely negative image of Russia ...
Approaches to the Definition of the Baltic Sea Region
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Transboundary Clusters in the Coastal Zones of the European Part of Russia: Inventory, Typology, Factors, and Prospects
... transboundary clustering are affected by both global integration and disintegration patterns, coastal infrastructure, geopolitical and geoeconomic ‘neighbourhood’, cultural excellence, and business and investment environment.
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Russia’s Coastal Zone as a Social and Geographic Phenomenon: Conceptualisation and Delimitation
... typological units. Characteristics and conditions for their formation and development are described in view of contemporary geoeconomic trends. The author examines the conditions and prospects for the formation of marine cross-border clusters in the ... ...., Vera, A., Tulla, A. F., Salvati, L. 2014, Beyond urban-rural dichotomy: Exploring socioeconomic and land-use processes of change in Spain (1991— 2011), Applied Geography, no. 55, p. 87—95.
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