Ownerless Automobile Roads in Russia
Problems of Economic Transition, 2018, vol. 60, issue 1-3, 220-242
This article is dedicated to a review of ownerless roads as a complex organizational, legal, and economic problem. Current judicial and management practice only takes notice of this problem’s local manifestations. From our point of view, ownerless roads are a large-scale, systemic phenomenon. This analysis is based on a review of the scientific literature, regulatory acts, statistical data, and case studies extracted from the local media. The non-registration of roads does not have pronounced administrative, territorial, geographic, or regional-economic particularities. Ownerlessness is primarily caused by the long-lived and demotivating system used to financially support road activity, procedural complexities, and unregulated land relations in the Russian Federation.
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