The Baltic economic model: some results of the 1990—2015 transformations
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transformation, modernisation, the Baltics, economic models, political limits to economic development
On crisis trends in the legitimacy of the political regimes of the Baltic States
This article considers the legitimacy of political regimes in the Baltic States by analysing three major ... ... confidence in political institutions, level of corruption, and the development of their party systems. The author identifies the major ... ... stresses the problem of legitimacy reproduction resulting from the limited representation of the national party systems. Special attention is paid to compensatory mechanisms used by political elites to ‘artificially’ ... ... words, the EU and NATO can provide smaller states not only with economic and military resources but also legitimation ‘resources’ ...
The Youth in Kaliningrad, Gdansk and Klaipeda: Geopolitical Vision of the World, Identity and Images of the Other
... employment prospects, which is manifested in the declared intention to emigrate. The orientation of young residents of Kaliningrad ... ... dated stereotypes, and their interest in the Kaliningrad region is limited. However, as the experience of the other countries suggests,... ... Apart from the measures aimed at strengthening the region’s economic base, it is necessary to increase the symbolic capital of Kaliningrad to achieve harmonious development of Kaliningrad identity.
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The Institutional Architecture of Territorial Innovative Systems: Towards a Spatially Targeted Regional Policy
... territorial socio-economic system lies in the specific features of spatial networking of economic entities that form clusters of excellence and ensure the competitiveness of... ... global challenge faced by modern regional policy. I analyse the background for, and limits to, the development of a spatially targeted regional development policy. Lithuania’s so-called... ... Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. 1991. № 3 (1). P. 1—16.
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Geography and economy of the Kaliningrad region: limitations and prospects of development
... cooperation between the region and neighbouring communities in Poland and Lithuania, which once constituted an integrated social, economic and political space, remain unclear. Media analysts and scholars alike tend to view the Kaliningrad region as “double periphery”, since it is excluded from major modernisation processes both in the ... ... indicates the prerequisites for mutually beneficial interregional cooperation. We have analysed factual information on socioeconomic development of cross-border regions and surveyed the students from the leading universities of Gdansk, Kaliningrad and Klaipeda....
Opportunities and Challenges of Large Investment Projects in the New Economy: the Port of Ust-Luga
The aim of this study is to search for a mechanism for implementing large investment projects of crucial economic importance in the modern economic conditions characterized by the sanction policy of foreign states, limited public investment, and a mass exodus of foreign investors. An example of a large-scale ... ... of Ust-Luga. This is one of the most recent large projects in seaport infrastructure development. This article estimates the project’s significance for the development... ... favorable natural environment and climate, advantageous geographical position, strong political will demonstrated by the federal and regional authorities. The article also...