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The Interaction Of Climate And Economy As A Factor Of Collectivism In The Regions Of Russia

Ekaterina Maklasova () and Alexander Tatarko ()
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Ekaterina Maklasova: National Research University Higher School of Economics
Alexander Tatarko: National Research University Higher School of Economics

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Abstract: This study investigates the role of the climato-economic characteristics of 85 Russian regions in the formation of collectivism in those territories. Based on the results of previous research, the authors suggested that in regions with harsh climatic conditions, the richer population has a lower level of collectivism, whereas the poorer population has a higher level of collectivism. For testing these theoretical assumptions, we prepared a dataset with statistical data about each Russian region for the climatic demand (based on the temperature characteristics), monetary resources (the gross regional product (GRP)) and collectivism (the population natural growth, multi-generational households, marriages, divorces, etc.). We used correlation and moderation analyses where regional climate and GRP were the predictors of collectivism. The study demonstrated that these factors predicted the level of collectivism in regions. The study also revealed the moderating role of GRP in the relation between regional climatic conditions and the level of collectivist among the population, which allows the identification of the specific and universal relationships of the indicators.

JEL-codes: Z (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 18 pages
Date: 2019
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Published in WP BRP Series: Science, Psychology / PSY, November 2019, pages 1-18

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