Minimising Investment Risks Through Optimising Public-Private Partnership: The Case of the Kaliningrad Region
... examining investment risks minimisation through proving the essentiality of developing PPP mechanisms on a unique Russian territory — the Kaliningrad region. The article analyses current investment risks, conditions, barriers, and avenues to enhance the investment climate in the Kaliningrad region. The authors utilise data on current investment in the region and consider the principles of the region’s investment policy. The study stresses the need to develop the regional economy’s ‘points of growth’ within ...
The organisational and economic mechanism for attracting direct foreign investment at the regional level
... Калининградской области. URL: http://kaliningrad.gks.ru
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The creation of a competitive investment climate in Russia as a basis for modernisation: the legal aspects
This paper addresses a number of pressing problems of the creation of a favorable investment climate in Russia as a major factor of modernization and justifies the need to improve the investment legislation. The investment potential of Russia is ensured through a high level of demand of the producing sector for capital and the existing prerequisites ...
Peculiarities of Transboundary Cooperation between the Kaliningrad Region’s Business Entities
This article reveals various aspects of regional transboundary cooperation including foreign trade, investment climate, and implementation of transboundary infrastructure projects financed by European funds. The analysis conducted is based on the results of transboundary cooperation with the participation of Kaliningrad business entities. The author considers ...
Negative externalities and sustainability of energy sector
... corporate environmental and economic performance. // Ecological Economics.
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On Russian/Nordic Investment Competition in the Baltic States
... http://www.1prime.ru/state_regulation/20150306/804132680.html (accessed 07.03.2015).
Russian capital, the Baltic States, Nordic capital, investment, market development theory, energy, banking, real estate, the regional dimension, the investment climate, EU
Opportunities and Challenges of Large Investment Projects in the New Economy: the Port of Ust-Luga
... ports. The authors analyze the strengths of the seaport construction project, namely, the favorable natural environment and climate, advantageous geographical position, strong political will demonstrated by the federal and regional authorities. The article ... ... the challenges the project faces — unfortunate geopolitical situation, growing competition from other seaports, and lack of investment. Based on the analysis of challenges, it is concluded that there are significant risks associated predominantly with ...
Trends in population change and the sustainable socio-economic development of cities in North-West Russia
... populated cities and towns, and to identify sustainability trends in their socio-economic development. Population change is a reliable indicator of the competitiveness of a city. As a rule, a growing city 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, this irregularity became more serious as globalisation and ...