The concept of “network” in the system of basic concepts of regional economic geography
... Problems], Moscow, 2014, 16—19 June, p. 3897—3907, available at: http://vspu2014.ipu.ru/proceedings/prcdngs/3897.pdf (дата обращения: 03.11.2014).
13. Pylypenko, I. V. 2004, Principial'nye razlichija v koncepcii promyshlennyh klasterov i territorial'no-proizvodstvennyh kompleksov [Fundamental differences in the concept of industrial clusters and clustering], Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Serija 5. Geografija [Bulletin of Moscow University. Series 5. Geography], no. 5, p. 3—9.
14. Porter, М. 2006, Konkurencija [Competition], Moscow,...
Spatial planning in the European Union and the Russian Federation
... (EU) and in the Russian Federation. The following principles are considered and compared for both territories: 1) promotion of territorial cohesion through a more balanced social and economic development of regions and improved competitiveness; 2) encouragement ... .... An efficiency analysis of these principles showed that the level of their application for ensuring sustainable development differs. It is a result of the significant differences in natural and socio-economic conditions of sustainable development in ...
Territorial community local spaces
... networking and describes the main characteristic features of each type. It is substantiated that any form of spatial networking is based on territorial сommunity. The article describes a theoretical approach to studying the formation and transformation of a territorial community. There are different types of proximities within the territorial community: geographic, formative, dominant interaction and development proximities among others. Using clusters as an example the author proves that the formation of unique characteristics of various ...
On the territorial differences in chain organisation of retail in the Russian Federation
The relatively rapid – however slower than forecasted — development o retail chains is characteristic of Russia in general, nevertheless it exhibits significant territorial differences. An attempt to identify the factors behind these differences through calculating the correlation coefficient made it possible to detect only one factor, whose value is close to essential: the geographical remoteness from Moscow. However, many ...
Approaches to the Definition of the Baltic Sea Region
... international programmes and initiatives of international and intergovernmental organisations, and the application of the method of cartographic analysis have contributed to defining the territory of the Baltic region. The analysis shows three spaces that differ in the effect of the Baltic Sea on their territorial development. This approach proposes three definitions of the Baltic Sea region — a narrow, an extended, and a broad one, each serving a different purpose and being characterised by a different density of internal connections. According to ...
On the indicators of sustainable territorial development
This article offers an overview of indicators proposed for the use at different territorial levels, including sustainable development indicators. The author emphasizes the prospects of the process of obtaining an integral sustainable development indicator.
1. Глазовский Н. Ф. Десять лет после Рио — ...
Local features of regional difference in the modern Ukraine
This paper attempts to analyse the existing regional disparities with the help of the proposed population and territory performance indices. A regional analysis is carried out on the basis of index calculations; certain territorial groups of regions are identified. The author examines the state regional
1. Мартынов В. Л. Межрегиональное неравенство в России: к поиску пути решения проблемы // Изв....
Equivocality in Delineating the Borders of a Cluster: The Baltic’s Case
... clustering and glocal cluster interactions beyond national borders, the Baltics are an ideal case study for testing our model. Latvia’s mature IT-cluster is an important national growth point. Regional and industry-specific policies should consider the differences between the cluster’s geographical and non-geographical boundaries.
Mikhaylov A. S., Mikhaylova A. A.
cluster policy, territorial cluster, cluster initiative, cross-border cooperation, territorial cohesion, Baltic States, cluster boundary
Social and Economic Space Compression in Border Areas: the Case of the Northwestern Federal District
... quite a few studies in the past decades. There are two principle types of compression: communicative, that is, associated with the development of transport and information systems, and physical, manifested in the rapid decrease of the number of new territories to explore. While physical and communicative compression are interrelated, they have different spatial expressions depending on geographical conditions, economic, environmental, historical, and political characteristics of the re-gion. The authors identify the patterns of communicative and physical space com-pression using comparative ...
Model Structure and Content of a Comprehensive Maritime Plan: the Case of Kaliningrad
... spatial planning, the study pays special attention to their convergence in developing maritime plans. The authors stress the need for legislative efforts aimed at integrating marine planning in the current legal framework for the regional authorities of different territorial levels. The structure and contents of the maritime plan and the methodological framework for suggested measures are based on relevant regulations, publications, and maps. The main result of the study is the identification of functional offshore ...
Attitude to economic development issues as a feature of the sociological profile of the population in the Smolensk region border areas
... interests as one of the fundamental concepts of social geography which reveal both objective and subjective character. The primary territorial interest of the region is the efficient economic development, while losses and risks are minimal. The population ... ... conducted in the Smolensk region identifies the priority areas in economic and social policy. The article also points out to the difference in opinions of the population and the political elite of the region regarding the main vectors of economic development....
Key Strategies of Development of Research Tools and Methods for Marine Spatial Planning
... Activities until 2030 sets the task of developing such mechanism. In this article we address key strategies that can be used in the development of marine planning tools: assessment of applicability of the existing legal framework to water relations; territorial development and strategic planning; and possible distribution of authority between different governing bodies in this new field of administrative activity.
1. Baturova, G. V. 2011, Perspektivy povyshenija konkurentosposobnosti morehozjajstvennogo kompleksa v uslovijah razvitija mirohozjajstvennyh svjazej [Prospects of improving the ...
Linguistic focus of territory branding
... the territory management optimizing and of defining the role of linguistic means in the branding discourse. The material of the study is the number of texts (original and translated) in Russian, English and German placed on accessible Web-portals of different regions or on accessible official Web-portals of different touristic regions and cities. It was showed that the linguistic focus of territory branding should take into account communicative focus of text, its genre characteristics; communicative ...
The concepts of enclave and exclave and their use in the political and geographical characteristic of the Kaliningrad region
... enclaves of different levels) are extended and introduced. The author offers a new classification of contemporary and historical enclaves and exclaves. The article identifies the specific features of the Kaliningrad region in comparison to other enclave territories. The difference between the exclavity of the Kaliningrad region in the Soviet and post-Soviet periods is emphasised. The author shows the evolution of the use of concepts of enclave and exclave for describing the fe atures of the Kaliningrad region’s positions ...
The boundaries of the territorial community
... clarifies the concept of spatial networking inherent of various forms of interactions within the territorial socio-economic system of a region. The author offers a classification of spatial networks, identifies and describes types of spatial boundaries of different types of territorial communities: geographic, organizational, cognitive, cultural, institutional, social and technological. The complex of factors and conditions that influence the dynamics of the boundaries of spatial networking are defined.
1. Анимица ...
Clusters in the institutional perspective: on the theory and methodology of local socioeconomic development
... policy in Russia during the transition period], Moscow, Izd-vo MGTU im. N. Je. Baumana, p. 191―208.
10. Pilipenko, I. V. 2004, Principial'nye razlichija v koncepcii promyshlennyh klasterov i territorial'no-proizvodstvennyh kompleksov [The principal differences in the concept of industrial clusters and territorial production complexes], Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Ser. 5, Geografija [Moscow University Geography Bulletin], no. 5, p. 3―9.
11. Porter, M. 2006, Konkurentnye preimuwestva stran [The competitive advantages of countries]. In: Vehi jekonomicheskoj ...
Kaliningrad and Crimea as Russian exclaves: similarities, differences, and interconnections
... objects of political geography, the author identifies distinctive characteristics of the Kaliningrad region and Crimea (the Crimean federal district) and compares them to other national and international enclaves. Another focus is the evolution of both territories from the national exclaves within the USSR into external ones. The author analyses general characteristics of the Kaliningrad region and Crimea from the perspective of their enclave/ exclave status. On this basis, Crimea is classified as a ...
Spatial Planning in the European Union: Practices to Draw on in Russia
... 20th century to the present. The basic principles of spatial planning are identified in the article. We describe the level of territorial development management in the EU and its member states. The concept of ‘best practices’ is interpreted as an approach ... ... transfer of expert knowledge, concepts, ideas and practices developed in certain conditions and their adaptation to the needs of a different set of conditions in order to attain similar goals using the components of the transferred technique, model, or policy....
The Baltic Finnish Peoples Divided by State and Administrative Borders: Territorial Development of the Karelians, Vepsians, and Setos
... component of its historical heritage but also a significant resource for development. However, a number of ethnic groups are on the brink of extinction. The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of changes in state and administrative borders on the territorial and demographic development of small ethnic groups. The article analyses the case of three Baltic Finnish peoples living in the Russian North-West and divided by borders of different levels: Karelians (Finland, the Republic of Karelia, and the Leningrad and Tver regions), Vepsians (the Republic of Karelia and the Leningrad and Vologda regions), and Setos (Estonia and the Pskov region). The analysis is based on the cartographic ...
Innovative development of Russian coastal regions: north–south divergence
... information and communications, industrial, and other infrastructure. Coastal regions are so diverse that it is impossible to construct a development model that will fit all of them. One can speak only of general trends. This study focuses on identifying differences between the innovation systems of northern and southern coastal regions within the same country. The geographical scope of the study is four Russian coastal territories: Murmansk and Arkhangelsk in the Baltic Sea region and Rostov and Krasnodar in the Azov-Black Sea region. Methodologically, this study carries out a comparative assessment of heterogeneity of innovative development at municipal and interregional ...
Economic and Geographical Structure of the Baltic Sea region
... characteristics of the Baltic Sea region. This requires studying practices of transnational and transboundary cooperation and possibilities for their adoption in other regions of the world. An important characteristic of the Baltic Sea region is a considerable difference between its coastal territories, the fact that affects the development of multilateral relations. This article examines the most pronounced socioeconomic differences that should be taken into account when forecasting cooperation trends in t he region, including those between ...
Problems of the development of pre-agglomeration (semiperipheral) municipalities on the example of the Gvardeysk urban district
... day. The formation of growth points and the relationship between the center and the periphery affects both economic and social issues, and therefore there is a need to analyze the ongoing economic and demographic processes in municipalities located at different distances from the agglomeration, with the aim of developing effective tools for spatial development that affect the entire territorial socio- economic system (region) The purpose of this study is to identify the main development problems of a special type of territory — pre-agglomeration territories and to identify possible solutions. Based on the analysis of statistical ...
The Swedish model of spatial planning: Functions, problems, and solutions
In this study clarification and definition are provided for the bodies responsible for making administrative decisions for territorial development. The regulatory framework of spatial planning is also embodied. The main instruments of spatial planning are shown as different types of plans: Regional plan, Municipal comprehensive plan, Detailed development plan, Special area regulations and Property regulation plan. Particular attention is paid to the influence on the planning process of the entry of Sweden to the ...
Changes in the cultural landscape of the Kaliningrad region’s periphery in the 19th/20th centuries
This article considers the development of cultural landscapes on the agricultural periphery of the Kaliningrad region. These territories are analysed in view of historical, geographical, social, economic, and political factors. Owing to its history, the ... ... stages of cultural landscape evolution, analyse the course of its historical development, and assess its transformations in different periods. The following types of transformations of cultural landscape elements were identified — settlement planning,...
Geography of Electoral Volatility in the Warmia and Mazury Voivodeship of Poland
... the consistency of administrative decisions on the formation of the region and the electoral performance have been weakening over time. During the initial phase, the electoral volatility was mainly due to the sluggishness and inertia of the previous territorial organization. After the phase of stabilization, the electoral volatility indices in different geographical areas changed due to a combination of social and political factors. The authors show that the ‘looseness’ of the Polish party system affect the electoral volatility in the region more than institutional decisions of the administrative ...
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,... ... geoinformation systems as a tool of territory development as well as for the purpose of making efficient managerial decisions at different levels.
1. Klistorin, V. I. 2009, Rossijskij federalizm: regional'naja politika napravlennaja na podderzhku municipal'nyh ...
Towards a Stable and Dynamic Economy in the Kaliningrad Region
... forecast of formation and use of labor resources of the Kaliningrad region, taking into account the relative cost-effectiveness of different options for the development of the region in priority economic activities], 2014, Report on research work, Kaliningrad,... ... Competitiveness of Regions from an Evolutionary Perspective, Regional Studies, no. 38 (9), p. 1001—1014.
26. Capello, R. 2009, Territorial capital and regional development. In: Capello, R., Nijkamp, P. Handbook of Regional Growth and Development Theories,...
A ‘divided history’: the politics of memory on the territory of the former East Prussia in the light of current discussions
... the category of ‘memory sites’. Applying the method of historiographical analysis, the author examines similarities of and differences between approaches to the politics of history and the politics of memory. The author evaluates the effects of using ... ... Perspektiven eines Erfolgskonzeptes in den Kulturwissenschaften, p. 117—130.
30. McIvor, M. C. 2012, Soviet policy towards the new territories of the RSFSR, circa 1939 to 1953, Ph. D thesis.
31. Pomian, K. 2011, “Geteiltes Gedächtnis”: Europas Erinnerungsorte ...
The Coastal Regions of Europe: Economic Development at the Turn of the 20th Century
... for cooperation in solving them and developing the world ocean’s resources create grounds for an integrated study of European coastal regions. The author analyses Russian findings in the field of the socioeconomic development of coastal regions. The differences in the natural and socioeconomic conditions and resources along a significant portion of the European coastline necessitate the zoning of subcontinent’s coastal territories and contiguous water areas. The findings of EU maritime research constitute the economic and statisti cal basis of the study, whose author, relying on necessary calculations, proposes a new concept of coastal regions.The study identifies significant ...
The territorial structure of productive forces of Russian North-West in the 2000—2010s
A number of researchers are studying regional specifications of Russia from a variety of different perspectives. Economic geography has developed its own methods of approaching the study of territories, and looks, in particular, at geographical distribution of labour. In this article, we use the framework provided by this discipline to describe the changes in the economy of the Russian North-West in the first decade of the 21st century. ...
The Denominational Space of Modern Sweden: Christianity
... (In Russ.)
2. Filimonova, I. Yu. 2008, Distinctive features of confessional structure of population of Orenburg area: spatial difference, Etnopanorama, no. 1—2, pp. 53—61. (In Russ.)
3. Safronov, S. G. 2013, Regional structure and dynamics of contemporary ... ... Regionalnye issledovaniya [Regional studies], no. 4, p. 87—100.
4. Balabeykina, O. A. 2014, Historical and Geographical aspects of territorial organization of Orthodox Church in Russia, Pskovskii regionologicheskii zhurnal, no. 19, p. 64—73. (In Russ.)
Territorial differences in the innovative development of Sweden, Finland, and the North-western federal district of the Russian Federation
... intellectual property organization, available at: http://www.wipo.int (accessed 10 March 2011).
Fedorov Gennady, Voloshenko Yelena, Mikhailova Anna, Osmolovskaya Lidiya, Fedorov Dmitry
innovative development, research and technological potential, territorial differences, North-western federal district of the Russian Federation, Sweden, Finland
The influence of the sea on the economic development and settlement structure in the Baltic Sea region
... sea. Thus, an inland position can be more beneficial than a coastal one. Both trends are observed in the Baltic Sea macroregion. However, the ‘gravitational force’ of the sea varies from place to place. This article focuses on the most significant differences between territories and countries. These differences reflect the uneven influence of the proximity of the Baltic Sea on the development of population and national economies. Qualitative differences between mesoregions are measured using a combination of theoretical ...
Identifying Key Stakeholder Groups for Implementing a Place Branding Policy in Saint Petersburg
... and a crucial competitive resource for forging partnerships. An effective place branding policy is impossible without a precise understanding of the interests of stakeholder groups. It is essential to realize that each region is unique in its own way. Territories differ in the structure of stakeholders, their influence on regional development, and the range of leverages over regional decision-makers. This study aims to give a more precise definition of key groups of stakeholders in Saint Petersburg place branding,...
Monotowns: A Quantitative Analysis
... presents. The authors use a cluster analysis to divide monotowns into groups for further structural comparison. The structural differences in the available databases limit the possibilities of empirical analysis. Hence, alternative approaches are required.... ... the limitations identified. Special attention is paid to the monotowns that were granted the status of advanced development territories. A comparative analysis makes it possible to study their general characteristics and socioeconomic indicators. The ...
Region as a Territorial System
The article considers different directions in national and international regional studies. The author analyses the notion of region in the framework ... ... Theory — A Critical Review // General Systems.
region, system approach, cluster, territorial production complex, hierarchy of regions.
Cultural and landscape zoning in the North- West Russia
... cultural provinces of the region. The contribution of the research to the Russian geography of culture is the authors' variant of taxonomy of historical and cultural complexes and the formulation of basic principles of historical and cultural zoning at different hierarchical levels. The research results can be applied, first of all, in the development of projects aimed at the protection and use of territorial cultural heritage in the framework of comprehensive schemes of territorial planning of the country's regions.
1. Zakharova, К. F. 1970, Dialektnoe chlenenie russkogo jazyka [Dialectal division of the Russian language], Moscow.
The territorial features of the development of small enterprises in the municipalities of the Novgorod region
This article focuses on the features of small enterprise development in the municipalities of the Novgorod region. The author analyses the opportunities of applying different geographic research methods to the identification of territorial disproportions. The article offers an assessment of the total and special potential in small business development. A classification of regions according to the total potential and the degree of economic space potential development by small ...
Innovations in the Baltic Sea Region and Network Cooperation between Russia and the EU
... doi: 10.5922/2079-8555-2011-2-7.
26. Fedorov, G. M., Voloshenko, Ye. V., Mikhailova, A. A., Osmolovskaya, L. G., Fedorov, D. G. 2012, Territorial'nye razlichija innovacionnogo razvitija Shvecii, Finljandii i Severo-Zapadnogo federal'nogo okruga RF [Territorial differences in the innovative development of Sweden, Finland, and the Northwestern federal district of the Russian Federation], Balt. reg., no. 3 (13), p. 87—102. doi: 10.5922/2079-8555-2012-3-6.
27. Fidrya, Ye. S., Levina, R. S. 2012, Perspektivy predprinimatel'stva ...
Territorial differences in the attitudes to the migration crisis in Germany: The political aspect
. de/Umfragen/Politbarometer/Langzeitentwicklung_-_Themen_im_Ueberblick/Politik_I/ (accessed 03.02.2017).
Molodikova I. N., Lyalina A. V.
migration crisis in Germany, Alternative for Germany, attitudes to immigration, public opinion, territorial differences of German states
Cooperation between Russia and the EU in the field of innovative development of tourism: the case of the Lithuania — Poland — Russia cross-border cooperation programme
... an economic priority, local authorities and even super-governmental organisations, such as the European Commission (through different co-financing programmes), can also become innovators.
1. Angelova, O. Yu., Dmitrieva, E. M. 2012, Innovacionnye napravlenija ... ..., p. 99—108. doi: 10.5922/2079-8555-2012-4-11.
3. Kropinova, E. G. 2005, Regional'no-jekonomicheskij analiz formirovanija territorial'nyh rekreacionnyh sistem [Regional-economic analysis of the formation of territorial recreation systems], Saint Petersburg,...
Cross-border cooperation in tourism between the Warmian-Masurian voivodeship and the Kaliningrad region
The border location of the Warmian-Masurian voivodeship and the Kaliningrad region is a prerequisite for active cooperation at different institutional levels. The development of cross-border cooperation between the Kaliningrad region and the Warmian-Masurian ... ... should give an additional impetus for the developmentof the economies, services sectors, and tourism industries of the border territories and facilitate the development of these regions. The article makes an attempt to identify the determinants of cross-border ...
Matrix Representation of the Kaliningrad Regional Accounts System: Experimental Development and Modelling Prospects
... calculated. An important aspect of this approach is the set target, which determines the composition of matrix accounts representing different aspects of regional performance. The calculated multiplier suggests the possibility of modelling of a socioeconomic ... ... no. 2, p. 44—66.
2. Voloshenko, K., Kuznetsova, A. 2014, The Balance Model of Regional Development Management in Certain Territorial Conditions: Development and Application,
Balt. Reg., no. 3, p. 4—21. DOI: 10.5922/2079-8555-2014-3-1.
Geopolitical transformation of the Kaliningrad oblast of the Russian Federation
... one million people, owned by the Russian Federation and located the farthest to the West, although on the Baltic Sea, ashore became isolated from the motherland and turned into an exclave. Gradually the exclave found itself first at the crossroads of different security structures and later — surrounded by one of them. Changes in the situation gave rise to the so-called Kaliningrad discourse, i. e. political decisions, academic discussions and research, influenced by the internal transformation in ...
Migration Flows in Europe: Space and Time Transformation
... of migration connections and stresses the impact of international migration on the demographic and sociocultural situation in different European states.
1. Anohin, A. A. 2003, Osobennosti globalizacii i regionalizacii v sovremennom mire, Regional'naya ... ... and multiculturalism], Sovremennaya Evropa, [Modern Europe], no. 2, p. 106—120.
6. Kuznetsova, T. Yu., Fedorov, G. M. 2011, Territorial'naya differenciaciya demograficheskogo razvitiya Baltijskogo makroregiona [Territorial differentiation of demographic ...
The landscape approach to nature management in South-East Baltic
The Kaliningrad region is a small territory of Russia in the centre of Europe. It differs from other Russian regions in natural conditions and reclamation history. The recent socioeconomic development has been ... ....kz/referat/90759
(дата обращения: 15.04.2016).
Lazareva N. N.
landscape approach, optimisation of nature management, territorial development, landscape planning of Kaliningrad region
The current condition of Kaliningrad landscape environment (methodology and basic results)
An original methodology for studying cultural landscapes and regenerative successions on territories of different genesis is used as a basis for a map of the current conditions of the landscapes of the Kaliningrad region. The authors come to a conclusion that shrinking socioeconomic space leads to an increase in the area of territories developing according ...
The External Economic Factor in the Development of Northwestern Regions: Institutional Support and an Impact Assessment
... areas of international economic cooperation. The analysis shows that the Northwestern regions’ external and internal economic development is interdependent and there is considerable support for international cooperation at different levels and in different areas. To a degree, this is explained by the federal district’s geographical position and transport connections, the ‘Nordic’ character of the economy shared by the Russian and neighbouring territories, and the multi-tier nature of the institutional framework for international economic cooperation in the international region.
Andreeva E. L., Ratner A. V., Myslyakova Y. G., Glukhikh P. L.
external economic development factor, institutional ...
Migration in the Kaliningrad region reflected in the 1989—2015 censuses and microcensuses
... Kaliningrad region have been studied in detail, we believe that census and micro-census data can significantly advance the current knowledge of this unique region. This holds true for the data relating to the results of pre-survey migration. This approach differs markedly from traditional migration studies in Russia, which rely on migration flow data, in both data sources and migration criteria employed. Our study uses the place of birth data from the 1989, 2002, and 2010 censuses and the 1994 and 2015 ...
Studies of lichen flora of Kaliningrad (a historical review)
... Reader URL: http://www.stadtentwicklung.berlin.de/natur_gruen/naturschutz/downloads/artenschutz/rotelisten/07_flechten_print.pdf (дата обращения: 28.04.2013).
8. Nekrošienė R. Assessment of Environmental Air Quality in Localities with Different Urbanisation Levels by the Method of Passive Lichenoindication // Formation of Urban Green Areas. 2012. № 1 (9). P. 133—139.
9. Słaby A., Lisowska M. Epiphytic lichen recolonization in the centre of Cracow (southern Poland) as a result ...