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Title of the article How Many Capital Cities Does the Russian Far East Need?
Pages 5-11
Author Demyanenko Alexander NikolaevichDemyanenko Alexander Nikolaevich
doctor of geography, professor, chief researcher
Economic Research Institute FEB RAS
153, Tikhookeanskaya Street, Khabarovsk, Russia, 680042
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Abstract The article attempts to raise the question of what is a «capital city» phenomenon, with an emphasis on the attributes, function, and assessment of the role of regional capital cities. Issues related to the relocation of capital cities, including regional ones, are specifically considered. The assumption is formulated that for the Far Eastern macroregion it is advisable to preserve the system of urban dimorphism – when the political center (Khabarovsk) is balanced by the economic one (Vladivostok).
Code 332+351/354
DOI 10.14530/reg.2018.5.5
Keywords capital city ♦ regional capital city ♦ capital city functions ♦ role of the capital city ♦ relocation of capital cities ♦ Russian Far East ♦ Khabarovsk ♦ Vladivostok
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For citation Demyanenko A.N. How Many Capital Cities Does the Russian Far East Need? Regionalistica [Regionalistics]. 2018. Vol. 5. No. 5. Pp. 5–11. DOI: 10.14530/reg.2018.5.5. (In Russian).
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