Current Trends In Regional Socio-Economic Development

Abstract

The socio-economic space of the Russian Federation is heterogeneous both in terms of economic development and living standards. There are many large and small territorial entities located on the territory of the state, in which the most acute are economic, demographic, ethnic, geopolitical and other problems. Of these, the largest number are subsidized and depressed regions, which have a serious negative impact on the development of the entire economy. Developing a methodology for bringing such regions out of the backlog is an important task. Despite considerable attention from Federal and regional authorities to the strategic planning of regional development, the level of development of the methodology of this process remains insufficient, in particular, in the scientific literature and practice of the subjects of the Russian Federation there is no unified approach to the essence and content, structure of the territory development strategy, the principles and logic of the development of forecast and analytical documents are not defined.

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08 March 2021

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978-1-80296-102-7

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European Publisher

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103

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Digital economy, cybersecurity, entrepreneurship, business models, organizational behavior, entrepreneurial behavior, behavioral finance, personnel competencies

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Morozova, N., Vasileva, I., & Yusupov, I. (2021). Current Trends In Regional Socio-Economic Development. In & N. Lomakin (Ed.), Finance, Entrepreneurship and Technologies in Digital Economy, vol 103. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 127-135). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2021.03.17