Transformation Of Scientific Approaches To Socio-Economic Development In The Russian Far East


Scientific approaches to managing the socio-economic development of the Russian Far East have been studied and systematized. The contribution to the mechanism of developing and implementing state regional policy in Russia has been assessed. The study is based on the theory of state regulation of territorial development. The goals, objects, methodological principles and implementation mechanism are studied. It has been found out that in Soviet times the scientific approaches to the management of socio-economic development of the Far East were focused on the reasoning for the policy of integrating the macro-region and its industries into the system of national economic planning, rather than the logic of the purposes for the development of the Far Eastern territories. Despite the developed theoretical approaches and numerous directive ways to create an effective system of coordinated sectoral and territorial planning decisions and management solutions, numerous objective and subjective contradictions could not be overcome, and the problem of correlation between the provisions of territorial and sectorial divisions of the Far East development programs was never solved. It is shown that, even though the theoretical approaches to managing the development of the Far East have changed since the 2000s and become based on theories of spatial economics, the trend of integrating the Far East economy into the national priorities of the country has continued.

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Sidorenko, O. V., & Bulanova, M. A. (2022). Transformation Of Scientific Approaches To Socio-Economic Development In The Russian Far East. In & N. G. Bogachenko (Ed.), AmurCon 2021: International Scientific Conference, vol 126. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 877-885). European Publisher.