The Tourist and Recreation Potential of Historical Cities in North-West Russia
... historical cities and analyse conditions necessary for the efficient exploitation of the historical cities’ tourism and recreation potential. The findings obtained suggest that strategic areas of tourism and recreation development in Russia’s historical cities should be identified depending on city type, development conditions and other relevant factors.
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Coastal and western border centers in the system of large cities of modern Russia: socio-economic and innovation development.
The article reflects the results of a study of large Russian cities (with a population of more than 100 thousand people, as well as smaller cities with the status of regional capitals), emphasizing two strategically important groups: coastal centers and cities of the Western borderlands of Russia. Having applied ...
Typology of small towns in the western borderland regions of Russia
... the level of development and quality of life in individual cities, the proposed assessment methodology may be interesting for conducting similar studies in some other regions of Russia. The results of the typological research showed that only 10 % of small cities in the Western borderlands can be classified as relatively prosperous, in which over the past 10 years the population has grown (or decreased, but the rate of decline was below the average regional values), and urban environment in the cities ...
Sustainable development of the city territorial capital: adaptive policy through the geography of knowledge
... high-ranking journals do not allow them to be attributed to the leading national scientific centres of the first group. The third type “below average” with the lowest values of all indicators is divided into three subtypes: the first group includes cities whose scientific groups publish a small number of articles with a high level; the second group brings together the cities with a low level of scientific productivity having scientific connections at the national and international level; the third, the “silent” cities, which do not ...
Methods for assessing the quality of life of Russian urban youth
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Berezhikhin F. F.
urban assessment method, youth, cities of Russia, municipal governments, medium and small cities, quality of life
Saint Petersburg as a Global Coastal City: Positioning in the Baltic Region
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International research cooperation in the Baltic region: a scientometric analysis
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Small business developing the regional Identity: a case study in the Baltic Sea Region
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Monotowns: A New Take on the Old Problem
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Statistical analysis of tourism flows between Ukraine and the Baltic Sea Region countries in 2012—2019
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Russia’s Coastal Zone as a Social and Geographic Phenomenon: Conceptualisation and Delimitation
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Innovation centres as growth points for smaller towns and rural areas
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innovation centers, rural areas, small cities, socio-economic development
Foreign nationals on the Boards of Directors of Russia’s Ten Largest Non-Financial Companies Investing Overseas
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Local Border Traffic as a Form of Visa Liberalisation and Territorial Development
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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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Trade Liberalisation and its Impact on Regional Development: Theoretical and Experimental Studies
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Risk Analysis at Industrial Enterprises Exposed to Post-Earthquake Fires
... mechanism in question should be employed in both preparing architectural plans of buildings and structures and conducting rescue operations in emergencies. Based on this analysis, I draw a sample of categorized industrial facilities located in smaller cities and rural areas.
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Billionaires and Millionaires of the Baltic Sea Region: A Comparative Analysis of National Business Elites
... billionaires and millionaires, strong roots in the German society, a high level of female representation, a relatively even geographical distribution, engagement in industrial production and technology, and a weak tendency towards oligarchy. Yet, Germany has a small proportion of self-made and talented business people. The strong points of Russia’s business elite are considerable wealth, relatively young age, and a high proportion of self-made and talented business people. Russia’s business elite is limited ...
The Baltics on Their Way towards a Circular Economy
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The history and modern condition of the urban fieldfare (Turdus pilaris L.) population in Kaliningrad
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small countries, recession, consumer boom, real estate market, cheap loans, short and long-term loans, economic cooperation of cities
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