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Title of the article Agglomeration as a Tool and a Problem (Notes on the Margins of «Spatial Development Strategy of the Russian Federation»)
Pages 71-78
Author Kireev Anton AleksandrovichKireev Anton Aleksandrovich
Ph.D. in political sciences, associate professor, associate professor of the Department of Political Science
Oriental Institute – School of Regional and International Studies, Far Eastern Federal University
8, Sukhanova Street, Vladivostok, Russia, 690950
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Abstract The article raises a number of scientific and practical problems, actualized by the widespread use of the «agglomeration» category in the text of «Spatial development strategy of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2025». The author presents his views on the place of agglomerations in the spatial structure of society, the difficulties of their interdisciplinary study, the methods for identifying agglomerations and describing their structure, the approaches to regulating agglomeration processes in Russia and its Far Eastern region. Attention is drawn to the risks associated with the high uncertainty of the consequences of strategic transformations of the Russian space.
Code 323
DOI 10.14530/reg.2020.3.71
Keywords spatial development ♦ strategy ♦ agglomeration ♦ city ♦ Russian Far East
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For citation Kireev A.A. Agglomeration as a Tool and a Problem (Notes on the Margins of «Spatial Development Strategy of the Russian Federation»). Regionalistica [Regionalistics]. 2020. Vol. 7. No. 3. Pp. 71–78. (In Russian)
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