Network Transformations in Economy
In the context of ever-increasing market competition, networked interactions play a special role in the economy. The network form of entrepreneurship is increasingly viewed as an effective organizational structure to create a market value embedded in innovative business solutions. The authors study the characteristics ...
The concept of “network” in the system of basic concepts of regional economic geography
The concept of “network” is traditionally used in sociological and economic sciences and serves as an in important object of research on the organisational forms of different phenomena and processes. This article examines the use of the “network” concept in socioeconomic ...
Global value chains in the age of uncertainty: advantages, vulnerabilities, and ways for enhancing resilience
... operational optimisation (building redundancy and production flexibility), and GVC digitalisation. We conclude by outlining windows of opportunity to improve international specialisation and growth patterns, which may open in the 2020s for developing economies, including Russia, due to the ongoing restructuring of GVCs and their global supplier networks.
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Interorganisational networking as the principal form of technological, innovative and research cooperation between Russia and the European Union in the Baltic region
... international research, technological, and innovative space is the development of Russia-EU cooperation in the Baltic region. It is established that, with the development of integration connections and regionalization processes, interorganizational networking takes on special importance in the organization and development of the innovative space. The authors analyze the existing typologies of forms of cooperation in the field of research, technology, and innovation, within which cases of networking ...
Inter-organizational networks as seen by western economic sociology: An analysis of theoretical approaches
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The structure of political elite networks in the Republic of Poland in 1993—2013
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Changes in the Population Distribution and Transport Network of Saint Petersburg
The authors explores the interdependence between demographic changes and transport network centrality, using Saint Petersburg as an example. The article describes the demographic data for the period 2002—2015 and the transportation network data of 2006. The authors employ several methods of demographic research; they identified the ...
The effect of Covid-19 on labour migration in the CIS
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Some aspects of the theory of network structures as a mechanism of innovative activity management
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Structural Changes in the Economy of the Russian Northwest: Spatial Dimension
... depends on the position of a given region in relation to the core. Concrete approaches to managing structural changes in the economies of periphery regions are proposed.
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Social and Economic Space Compression in Border Areas: the Case of the Northwestern Federal District
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Clusters in the institutional perspective: on the theory and methodology of local socioeconomic development
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A spatial study of networking in the Vistula Lagoon region using geoinformation systems
Network cooperation — the most efficient form of unlocking the economic and natural potential of territories — is rapidly developing in Russia under the influence of global processes. Due to its unique geopolitical position, the Kaliningrad region ...
Modern understanding of ‘geoeconomic position’ and the Saint Petersburg agglomeration
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The effect of railway network evolution on the Kaliningrad region’s landscape environment
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Territorial community local spaces
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Spatial development of network entrepreneurial structures of the service industry: a methodology for selecting towns for opening new outlets
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The influence of the sea on the economic development and settlement structure in the Baltic Sea region
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The Institutional Architecture of Territorial Innovative Systems: Towards a Spatially Targeted Regional Policy
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Equivocality in Delineating the Borders of a Cluster: The Baltic’s Case
... polarisation approach, which seeks to create new and support the existing nodes of a regional economic system — clusters, technopoles, industrial districts, etc., — has gained wide currency in public administration. The heralds of such forms of spatial networking are various institutional, cultural, organizational, technological, social, and cognitive proximities. Combinations of these proximities create the unique mosaic of a regional milieu. Geographical proximity translates into the boundaries of ...
Innovations in the Baltic Sea Region and Network Cooperation between Russia and the EU
... therefore be more actively encouraged. Northwestern Federal District traditionally plays a special role in the development of EU-Russia cooperation, since a number of its regions border on the EU countries. The district participates in the development of network innovative structures within the Baltic Sea region. It takes an active part in cross-border cooperation — activities that involve the formation of transborder innovative clusters. There are high expectations associated with the formation of ...
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Network Modelling of Transboundary Cooperation between Russian and Belarusian Regional Enterprises: the case of the Kaliningrad and Grodno Regions
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The effect of cross-border fibre-optic transitions on the information and communication connectivity of the Russian cities
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The boundaries of the territorial community
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Assessment of transport accessibility of rural territories of the Kaliningrad region using methods of sociological research
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On the international cooperation of North-West Russia in the field of innovations in the Baltic
... reviews successful implementation of innovation projects within cross-border and transnational cooperation programmes. The most significant projects focus on the development of information and communications technologies in healthcare, the development of networks uniting innovation centres in the Baltic Sea region, and the transnational network of business incubators in the Baltic Sea region. The author identifies promising areas of cooperation between North-West Russia, Finland, Norway, and Estonia in ...
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Platform Markets: Their Place in the Theory of Mesoeconomic System: Development and a Challenge to Spatial Studies
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