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Outlook toward the future development of primary producer regions of Russia as expressed in the documents of strategic planning

Irina Ilina
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Public administration issues, 2013, issue 2, 83-102

Abstract: The paper deals with the problems and priorities of the future development of primary producer regions of Russia. We design a regional strategy for socioeconomic development to 2025-2030. The analysis concerns growth and diversification of the economy of regions, where raw materials are abundant, in order to scale back the exploitation of mineral resources and diversify the economy. Almost all strategies involve a gradual change of the vector in the direction of modernization and diversifi cation of the economy. We emphasize that the important role here is for a new regional policy.

Keywords: strategy of social and economic development; resource region; resource curse; implementation mechanisms (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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