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Komarov M.A. Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU), Moscow, Russian Federation ( Komarov.firstname.lastname@example.org )
Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #2,
Subject This article examines the impact of demographic indicators on the possibilities of region branding.
Objectives The article aims to assess the mutual impact of demographic indicators and region branding on each other.
Methods For the study, I used comprehensive and systems approaches, and the methods of logical and statistical analyses, and statistical maps.
Conclusions To form brands aimed at attracting new residents to the region, it is necessary to create an appropriate regional infrastructure. Demographic indicators can be used to conduct various kinds of events and stimulate event tourism. In general, branding can significantly improve the well-being of the population, which will contribute to improving the demographic situation.
Komarov S.I. State University of Land Use Planning (SULUP), Moscow, Russian Federation ( email@example.com )
Antropov D.V. State University of Land Use Planning (SULUP), Moscow, Russian Federation ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #3,
Importance This article focuses on the application of foresight research in land resources management.
Objectives The article aims to define the role and significance of foresight of land resources in the system of strategic planning of development of the region.
Results The article shows the main differences of foresight studies from forecasting, defines the role of foresight in the system of strategic regional planning, highlights the stages and sub-stages of foresight study for the purposes of land resources management, and it briefly analyzes their content.
Conclusions The article concludes that the foresight of land resources of the region should precede the stages of strategic planning of regional development and prepare the information basis for the creation of strategic documents.
Voloshinskaya A.A. Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), Moscow, Russian Federation ( email@example.com )
Komarov V.M. Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), Moscow, Russian Federation ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #4,
Subject The article considers a possibility of using the concepts of creative city by Charles Landry and Richard Florida in Russian conditions.
Objectives The study aims to formulate policies for sustainable regional development, including the use of creative potential of the population for urban and regional development.
Methods We use comparative analysis as a methodological framework of the study, and compare the concepts of creative city by Landry and Florida. We also analyze compliance with these concepts of two instance from Russian practice, i.e. tourism development in Myshkin and implementation of the Perm cultural project.
Results In Myshkin and Perm, different 'creative city' models are implemented. The approach in Myshkin is close to the creative city concept by Charles Landry. It relies on local resources. For 20 years, the tourism has been developed from scratch, and has become the main specialization of the town. In Perm, the model by R. Florida was realized. It chose a niche of 'cultural capital of Europe' with very tough competition. Perm recruited expensive manpower from Moscow for the project, local artists were excluded from participation therein, and the population acted as passive consumers of the 'cultural product'. Currently, the project has collapsed, its results are quite ambiguous.
Conclusions The model by Ch. Landry suits better for Russia. The model by Florida is designed primarily for large cities and highly developed clusters, which are few in Russia. The Landry's 'creative city' can be implemented in any location, including small towns and villages.
Komarov S.I. State University of Land Use Planning, Moscow, Russian Federation ( email@example.com )
Polyakova T.O. Technical Inventory Bureau for Moscow Oblast, Mytishchi, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Savel'eva E.B. State University of Land Use Planning, Moscow, Russian Federation ( email@example.com )
Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #10,
Importance Most regions of the Russian Federation occupy considerable geographical areas, have different climatic and natural conditions. Municipalities run significant land resources and demonstrate their effective management, being one of the principal taxpayers. This publication concentrates upon the zoning of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation for enhancing the effectiveness of land resource management.
Objectives The research determines methods for comprehensive zoning of a region of the Russian Federation for land resource management purposes.
Methods We used a cluster analysis method on the basis of the integral criterion that reflected differences of the region's municipalities in terms of natural, economic and administrative aspects.
Results The proposed methods were tested on the basis of materials on the Novgorod and Ivanovo oblasts. The article presents cartograms of the results and provides recommendations for improving land resource management in each area.
Conclusions and Relevance Currently, zoning is one of the most appropriate solutions to properly analyze and evaluate systems of land resource management. Zoning helps identify positive and negative aspects of each area in particular. Those aspects are important to arrange and effectuate activities so to improve land resource management quality. It will entail not only the improvement of the entire management system, but also increase budgetary revenue, and public confidence. Land resources will be used more reasonably and effectively, with regions rapidly growing.
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