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Title of the article Principles of Modelling the Dynamics of Controlled Subnational Economic Systems
Pages 43-51
Author Dzhurka Natalia GennadyevnaDzhurka Natalia Gennadyevna
Ph.D. in economics, senior research fellow
Economic Research Institute FEB RAS
153, Tikhookeanskaya Street, Khabarovsk, Russia, 680042
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Abstract The author discusses the development trajectories of regions estimated on the basis of models of economic interactions. The researcher pays special attention to the principles of describing regions as controlled dynamic systems. It is concluded that in recursive models of economic interactions, the description of the region as a controlled dynamic system is based on three principles: the succession of policy instruments, the absolute priority of federal financial resources, the conservation of the ownership structure and industry investment rules. On the contrary, the completely dynamic models of economic interactions use the principles of fixing the boundary conditions, the relative priority of federal financial resources, «free»/project investment behavior.
Code 332+330.4+338.2
DOI 10.14530/reg.2018.2.43
Keywords model of economic interactions ♦ optimal control problem ♦ trajectory ♦ region ♦ policy instruments
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For citation Dzhurka N.G. Principles of Modelling the Dynamics of Controlled Subnational Economic Systems. Regionalistica [Regionalistics]. 2018. Vol. 5. No. 2. Pp. 43–51. DOI: 10.14530/reg.2018.2.43. (In Russian).
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