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Peculiarities of Applying the Inclusive Development Concept for Resource Regions

A. Ye. Sevastyanova (), A. N. Tokarev () and V. V. Shmat ()
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A. Ye. Sevastyanova: Russian Academy of Sciences
A. N. Tokarev: Russian Academy of Sciences
V. V. Shmat: Russian Academy of Sciences

Regional Research of Russia, 2018, vol. 8, issue 1, 101-109

Abstract: Abstract The article explores the possibilities of inclusive development of resource regions. The authors assessed the degree of inclusiveness of the socioeconomic development of Russian regions for the period of 2008–2014. The set of indicators reflecting the state of the considered system and its elements from the viewpoint of inclusive development is determined. The calculation algorithm and principles of the formation of the resulting index are validated. The results show a contradictory picture, analysis of which makes it possible to identify factors specific to resource regions that affect the degree of inclusiveness of economic development. The results of the research are aimed at improving the methodology of studies of regional socioeconomic problems, as well as obtaining a practical effect, providing a contribution to management practice.

Keywords: region; resource structure of the economy; inclusive growth; sustainable development; indicators of inclusive development; social development problems (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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