ERI FEB RAS
|Regionalistica 2022 Volume 9 number 4 pages 49-67|
|Title of the article||Infrastructure Platform for the Formation of Economic Interactions in the Far Eastern Arctic: The Role of State Regulation|
|Author||Krasnopolski Boris Hananovich
doctor of economics, professor, chief researcher
Economic Research Institute FEB RAS
153, Tikhookeanskaya Street, Khabarovsk, Russia, 680042
|Abstract||The article deals with theoretical and methodological issues of the influence of various research approaches to improving the techniques and methods of state regulation of intersectoral / interregional relations and proportions in the areas of primary development of the natural resource potential of the Far Eastern Arctic. Emphasis is placed on the role of infrastructural elements of natural and economic formations, the advanced formation of which acts as a kind of «core», a «framework» for the consistent development of regional complexes, their system formation, self-survival and ensuring economic sustainability at each stage of formation. Traditional and system-evolutionary approaches to regional research, issues of systemic balance of spatial development based on the infrastructure approach and the role of the backbone infrastructure in improving the efficiency of spatial formations are analyzed. An approach to the study of the Far Eastern Arctic territories and water areas in close connection with the «near-Arctic» regions of the North-East, which historically, naturally, together form the North-Eastern mesoregion as part of the Far Eastern macroregion, is put forward and substantiated.|
|Keywords||state regulation ♦ spatial-economic formations ♦ Far Eastern Arctic ♦ infrastructure ♦ system approach ♦ spatial development of Russia ♦ systemic efficiency of spatial formations ♦ North-Eastern mesoregion|
|For citation||Krasnopolski B.H. Infrastructure Platform for the Formation of Economic Interactions in the Far Eastern Arctic: The Role of State Regulation. Regionalistica [Regionalistics]. 2022. Vol. 9. No. 4. Pp. 49–67. http://dx.doi.org/10.14530/reg.2022.4.49 (In Russian)|
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