The Effect of Climate Change on the Location of Branches of Agriculture in Russia
Nikolai Svetlov (),
S. O. Siptits,
I. A. Romanenko and
N. E. Evdokimova
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S. O. Siptits: Nikonov All-Russian Institute of Agrarian Problems and Informatics, All-Russian Research Institute of Agricultural Economics
I. A. Romanenko: Nikonov All-Russian Institute of Agrarian Problems and Informatics, All-Russian Research Institute of Agricultural Economics
N. E. Evdokimova: Nikonov All-Russian Institute of Agrarian Problems and Informatics, All-Russian Research Institute of Agricultural Economics
Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2019, vol. 30, issue 4, 406-418
Abstract— The article provides an assessment of the expected changes in the location of agricultural sectors affected by possible climate change, which is simulated by the displacement of natural and agricultural zones within production frontiers of Federal subjects. The spatial distribution of resources, efficiency of agricultural production, transport flows, demand and comparative competitive positions of individual sectors of agriculture are taken into account.
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