Spatial structure and development of settlements in the Saint Petersburg agglomeration
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Innovative development priorities of the major coastal agglomerations of the European part of Russia
The innovation development dynamics of coastal regions is under the growing influence of the agglomeration factor and the coastalization factor, which results in polarizing the innovation space around large cities and urban agglomerations in the coastal zone. Coastal agglomerations act as drivers for regional development, concentrating a significant part of the population, economic entities, scientific, technological, and financial infrastructure, drawing resources from ...
Coastal agglomerations and the transformation of national innovation spaces
... study is a comparison and assessment of the mutual influence of the two effects of spatial development that translate into the unique identity of coastal zone cities: urbanisation and coastalisation.
Mikhaylov, A. S.
innovation space, coastal agglomeration, innovation diffusion, innovation geography, urbanization, coastalisation
Problems of the development of pre-agglomeration (semiperipheral) municipalities on the example of the Gvardeysk urban district
... territories and to identify possible solutions. Based on the analysis of statistical data, documents of strategic planning of municipalities, as well as programs for the integrated development of transport infrastructure at the level of the Kaliningrad city agglomeration and the Gvardeysk urban district,the author justifies proposals on the formation of a contractual model for inter-municipal cooperation and modernization of the system of inter-municipal strategic planning through integrated sectoral and infrastructure programs.
Urban planning of Russian urban districts: Practices, problems, solutions
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The influence of the transport factor on the investment competitiveness of coastal regions in the European part of Russia.
Given the combination of the basic territorial growth factors, the coastal regions of the European part of Russia, where large urbanized spaces have already been developed or are being developed, are of the greatest potential compared to other regions of the country. It makes perfect sense to set up large economic centers capable of harnessing the benefits of agglomeration and seaside factors in such regions. A tool to improve the level of economic development and investment attractiveness of these regions is the implementation of large trasnsport infrastructure projects. The article analyzes how the ...
The effect of cross-border fibre-optic transitions on the information and communication connectivity of the Russian cities
... cross-border transitions have little effect on the information and communication connectivity of the Russian cities.
Blanutsa V. I.
information and communication connectivity, cross-border transition, telecommunications line, autonomous system, digital urban agglomeration, Russian Federation
Innovative development of Russian coastal regions: north–south divergence
... sea. These are maritime activities, maritime transport, and the economic use of recreational, natural and climatic resources.
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coastal region, innovation capital, coastalisation, urban agglomeration, innovation geography, innovation space
Innovative development of rural settlements of the Leningrad region
... spatial factor in concentration of service renders. It is revealed that there is a significant gap in innovation susceptibility both between urban and rural settlements, and within rural settlements, depending on their proximity to a densely populated urban agglomeration, significant highways, large industrial and port infrastructure.
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Typology of small towns in the western borderland regions of Russia
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Spatio-temporal patterns of knowledge transfer in the borderland
A key competitive advantage of a contemporary economy, knowledge, is distributed unevenly, tending to concentrate in cities and urban agglomerations. A border position translates into distinctive features of regional innovative development. In a favourable institutional context, proximity to a border strengthens transboundary cooperation and interaction between neighbouring regions....
Geopolitical turbulence and its economic and geographical projections: the case of Russia’s western border regions
... conceptual vision of geopolitical turbulence as a permanent (poorly predictable and only partially regulated) series of changes in the global political order as a whole and in the position of a particular country and its spatial units — regions and large urban agglomerations. Such changes are obvious and significant for society; they are reflected in the public consciousness and embodied in scientific discourse.
geopolitics, geopolitical turbulence, Russia, Western Borderlands, regions,...
Coastal location as a development factor of the cities in the Baltic region
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Coastal and western border centers in the system of large cities of modern Russia: socio-economic and innovation development.
... using k-means clustering identified 5 clusters in all major cities of Russia. It allowed determining coastal and Western border cities belonging of to the various identified clusters. The results of research highlight the necessity for improving the urban environment quality, the need to retain and attract human capital, to rethink the center-periphery structure of the modern Russia’s space in its projection on the coastal and border area, including the frame of large cities and agglomerations.
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The coastalisation of population in today’s Russia: A sociogeographical explication
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The Institutional Architecture of Territorial Innovative Systems: Towards a Spatially Targeted Regional Policy
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Twin cities: a new form of cross-border cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region?
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Clusters in the institutional perspective: on the theory and methodology of local socioeconomic development
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Saint Petersburg as a Global Coastal City: Positioning in the Baltic Region
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Lachininskii S., Semenova I.
global coastal city, St. Petersburg, Baltic region, ports, coastal region, global urban area, marine economy.