Larchenko O. Territories of Advanced Social and Economic Development As a New Organizational Form of Development of the Region (on the Example of the Republic of Karelia) // Studia Humanitatis Borealis. 2017. Vol. 2. № 2. P. 30‒35.



Issue № 2

ECONOMICS

Territories of Advanced Social and Economic Development As a New Organizational Form of Development of the Region (on the Example of the Republic of Karelia)

Larchenko
   Olga
Senior lecturer,
Petrozavodsk State University, Institute of Economics and Law, Department of Economics and Finance,
Petrozavodsk, Russia, @
Ключевые слова:
free economic zones
special economic zones
advanced development zones
mono-industry towns
«growth points»
Аннотация: Today we witness changes in the spatial development of Russian Federation. Advanced social and economic development territories are introduced as a new institution. The main aim of the article is to show the place of the advanced development territories in solving problems of a region. The article considers various institutions for the development of territories, such as free economic zones, special economic zones, advanced development zones. Data on the activities of special economic zones in the Russian Federation are given. The differences between advanced development zones and special economic zones are indicated. The main attention is paid to the establishment of advanced social and economic development territories in mono-industry towns. The information on the number of mono-industry towns and their categories is presented. The regional aspect of the problem is considered on the example of the Republic of Karelia. The article provides rationalization for the necessity of establishing of advanced social and economic development territories in Karelia. The requirements for residents, the conditions for attracting residents to these territories are given. Conclusion is made about the possible use of advanced development territories in diversification of the region's economy.

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