Territories of accelerated development: another case of policy failure in Russia?
Post-Communist Economies, 2022, vol. 34, issue 2, 246-266
Territories of accelerated development (TORs)1 are special economic zones originally devised to drive transformational economic development in the Russian Far East (RFE). They quickly came to be allowed also in monogoroda (one-company towns) throughout Russia, with reduced transformational expectations. The change in concept and implementation involved a complex and conflicted policy process, the analysis of which allows conclusions to be reached on the nature of the Russian policy process more broadly.
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