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Title of the article Managing Urban Agglomerations: Organizational and Legal Variations
Pages 19–30
Author Shvetsov Alexandr NikolaevichShvetsov Alexandr Nikolaevich
doctor of economics, professor, deputy director
Federal Research Center «Computer Science and Control» of Russian Academy of Sciences
44, Vavilova Street, Moscow, Russia, 119333
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Abstract The article raises the question of the relationship between spontaneous and controlled formation and development of agglomerations. The peculiarities of organization of management in urban agglomerations are characterized, specific features of agglomerations as a management object are identified, the classification of the main approaches and possible organizational schemes for managing urban agglomerations is given, the advantages of the mechanism of inter-municipal cooperation in a number of tools for solving urban agglomeration problems are analyzed, the role and forms of state participation in agglomeration processes is analyzed, the foreign practice of agglomeration management is considered and its significance for Russia is estimated.
Code 911.37+35
DOI 10.14530/reg.2018.1.19
Keywords urban agglomerations ♦ public administration ♦ local self-government ♦ inter-municipal cooperation ♦ Russian practice ♦ foreign experience
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For citation Shvetsov A.N. Managing Urban Agglomerations: Organizational and Legal Variations. Regionalis-tica [Regionalistics]. 2018. Vol. 5. No. 1. Pp. 19–30. (In Russian) DOI: 10.14530/reg.2018.1.19
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