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sustainable development, rural areas, innovative entrepreneurship, agriculture, research and technological potential
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transport accessibility, rural areas, municipalities, the Kaliningrad region, case study
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On strengthening the territorial differentiation of the rural population and the agrarian sector of the economy in the Russian Federation
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The relationship between transport accessibility and quality of life in rural areas of the Kaliningrad region
For Russian rural areas, the level of transport accessibility is increasingly a decisive factor in socio-economic development. Since this process has long been self-regulated and secondary among the tasks of regional development, today not all opportunities to improve transport accessibility in remote rural areas are fully or partially used. Taking into account the specific nature of the settlement pattern of the region, this research topic is of certain interest for the Kaliningrad Region to be considered as a regional model of social and natural ...
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