ERI FEB RAS
|Regionalistica 2019 Volume 6 number 6 pages 127-141|
|Title of the article||Methodological Features of the Formation of a Data System for Assessing Regional Freight Flows (the Kaliningrad Region Case)|
|Author 1||Voloshenko Ksenia Yurievna
Ph.D. in economics, director
Centre for Regional Socio-Economic Development Modelling, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University
23, Gorky Street, Kaliningrad, Russia, 236001
|Author 2||Novikova Anna Aleksandrovna
Institute of Industry Economics and Management, Kaliningrad State Technical University
32, Malyy Pereulok, Kaliningrad, Russia, 236039
|Abstract||The article proposes a solution to the scientific problem of measuring and assessing regional cargo flow associated with the lack of comparable comprehensive and objective data. The results of the assessment of regional freight traffic by the example of the exclave Kaliningrad region obtained using the proposed methodological approach are presented. A special algorithm has been developed to ensure compatibility and full coverage of international and interregional cargo flows. The proposed methodological approach can be applied in other regions of Russia.|
|Keywords||freight flows ♦ exclave region ♦ interregional import and export ♦ international export and import ♦ international and interregional trade flows ♦ product classifications (codes) ♦ regional economy|
|For citation||Voloshenko K.Y., Novikova A.A. Methodological Features of the Formation of a Data System for Assessing Regional Freight Flows (the Kaliningrad Region Case). Regionalistica [Regionalistics]. 2019. Vol. 6. No. 6. Pp. 127–141. DOI: 10.14530/reg.2019.6.127. (In Russian).|
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