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Tables of Contents for Regional Development in Russia
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
List of figures
vii
 
List of tables
ix
 
Glossary
xiii
 
List of contributors
xv
 
Preface
xvii
 
The Soviet paradox: imbalanced equalisation and balanced divergency
1
36
Hans Westlund
Introduction
1
1
Planning versus `productive forces' in Soviet regional development
2
2
Soviet economic statistics: a problematical source
4
3
The long-term development of regional disparities
7
25
The Soviet paradox in an international comparison
32
3
Concluding remarks
35
2
Soviet regional policy
37
48
Boris Shtoulberg
Aleko Adamesku
V.V. Khistanov
Murat Albegov
Main stages of regional policy
37
8
Organisation of territorial management
45
6
Soviet philosophy of territorial planning
51
10
The role of economic science in industrial and territorial policy
61
24
Regional development and regional policy in the Gorbachev period
85
38
Alexander Granberg
Territorial organisation of the economy: main problems
85
3
Inter-republic economic interdependence
88
13
Effects of inter-republic trade linkages on the economy of republics
101
7
The place of Russia in the economy of the USSR
108
5
Disintegration of the Union economy
113
10
Regional development and regional policy in the new Russia
123
44
Alexander Granberg
Regional aspects of the transition period
123
4
Establishment of new regional economic mechanisms and regional features of the economic reform
127
4
Regional socioeconomic differentiation
131
21
Typology of Russian regions
152
3
Territorial economic disintegration
155
3
Regional policy of the centre: intentions and realities
158
9
Collapse or a new dynamism?
167
20
Hans Westlund
Bibliography
187
12
Index
199