Joint Localization of Different Branches of Russian Industry
Tatiana Mikhailova ()
Working Papers from Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
This work continues the study of the anatomy of the geographical concentration of Russian industries and firms. Applying the method of Ellison, Glazer and Kerr, I estimate the relative importance of various factors in the observed process of spatial concentration of industrial production in the post-Soviet period. It is shown that the most significant factor was the attraction of large cities.
Pages: 74 pages
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