Regional economic potential as basis of internal competitiveness
Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology", 2004, vol. 1
The results of the study of competitiveness of the economies of Russian regions are given and their chances to keep and improve their positions in the national economy are estimated. The author comes to a conclusion that since 1995 the regions with competitive economy have become stronger and those with non-competitive economy economically weaker; the competitiveness of the region’s economy depends not only on the its economic potential, but on the state of the national economy; the society can purposefully form the competitive advantages and thus repress the negative action of factors that are beyond its control at this point.
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