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A research into the theoretical and methodological foundations of the concept of regional spatial development and the formation of growth poles of the Rostov oblast

Vol. 15, Iss. 5, MAY 2017

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Received: 29 June 2016

Received in revised form: 2 September 2016

Accepted: 26 September 2016

Available online: 15 May 2017

Subject Heading: SPATIAL ECONOMICS

JEL Classification: R12

Pages: 802-813

https://doi.org/10.24891/re.15.5.802

Abdullaev R.A. Regional Information and Analysis Center, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
abdullaev.ra@yandex.ru

Mishchenko K.N. Regional Information and Analysis Center, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
mishenkokn@mail.ru

Subject The article discusses the specificity of territorial differentiation of economic development of the Rostov oblast. It offers some conceptual lines of the oblast's spatial development planning, based on the determination of spatial skeleton and the formation of growth poles.
Objectives The article aims to develop theoretical and methodological foundations of the concept of spatial development and tools for balanced socio-economic development of regions through the development and validation of a system of growth poles.
Methods The study is based on the synergism of the concept of spatial skeleton, proposed by the Russian economic geography school (N. Baranskii, B. Khorev, G. Lappo) and the concept of growth poles (p?les de croissance) of economy elaborated by F. Perroux and J.-R. Boudeville.
Results The article identifies the main factors that form the structure of the economic space of the Rostov oblast. As well, it identifies the levels of economic development, growth poles of the Rostov oblast, promising growth poles of agro-industrial type, and zones of intensive and prospective development depending on the availability of the spatial development skeleton.
Conclusions Balanced spatial development of the Rostov oblast with limited resources requires shaping local growth poles through the targeted geographically differentiated economic policies. Such a policy should be reflected in the concentration of factors of economic development in selected priority areas on the basis of their field and competitive advantages. Outrunning growth in such locations will create the necessary conditions for connected development in adjacent areas or zones of growth pole influence.

Keywords: spatial development, growth poles, spatial planning, concept, basic territorial skeleton

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