Competitiveness of regions connected with the military sector
Sergey Kazantsev and
Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology", 2001, vol. 4, 163-176
The authors consider competitiveness of regions connected with the military sector. The characteristics of analysis include production of surplus product, environmental load and efficiency of regional economic policy. It is shown that despite their common problem of conversion, the regions vary in competitiveness, its level and trend. Discerned are groups of regions improving their competitive ability and those where it is degrading. The policies of regional administrations in economic processes are also different. But what is common for the regions under consideration is intensity and efficiency of economic regulation that exceeds the national average.
Note: Regional and Interregional Aspects of Structural and Investment Policy
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