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Connectivity of the Siberian Space: Problems and Solutions

Connectivity of the Siberian Space: Problems and Solutions —The questions of connectivity of space are considered as the most important characteristic of its quality. The integral connectivity of space is defined as the degree and efficiency of adjacency, interaction, complementarity, and integration of parts of the economic, social, scientific–technical, cultural, and ethnonational space of large territorial systems in the context of their geographical and administrative-territorial units, as well as synergy of natural resource and human potential of the regions, their transport accessibility, and the expanding space of interregional interactions. It is concluded that the connectivity of space and processes of interregional and intercountry integration are an inseparable whole. As an object of research, Siberia is considered as the largest macroregion in the world and a strategically important territorial system of the Russian Federation. New trends in world integration processes (Integration 2.0) are analyzed, as well as the role of Siberia in the eastern vector of Russia’s development and in cross-border interactions. Interregional projects are systematized as the basis for the connectivity of Siberia’s economic space. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Regional Research of Russia Springer Journals

Connectivity of the Siberian Space: Problems and Solutions

Regional Research of Russia , Volume 11 (Suppl 1) – Dec 1, 2021

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. 2021. ISSN 2079-9705, Regional Research of Russia, 2021, Vol. 11, Suppl. 1, pp. S23–S34. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2021. Russian Text © The Author(s), 2021.
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2079-9705
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2079-9713
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10.1134/s2079970522010063
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Abstract

—The questions of connectivity of space are considered as the most important characteristic of its quality. The integral connectivity of space is defined as the degree and efficiency of adjacency, interaction, complementarity, and integration of parts of the economic, social, scientific–technical, cultural, and ethnonational space of large territorial systems in the context of their geographical and administrative-territorial units, as well as synergy of natural resource and human potential of the regions, their transport accessibility, and the expanding space of interregional interactions. It is concluded that the connectivity of space and processes of interregional and intercountry integration are an inseparable whole. As an object of research, Siberia is considered as the largest macroregion in the world and a strategically important territorial system of the Russian Federation. New trends in world integration processes (Integration 2.0) are analyzed, as well as the role of Siberia in the eastern vector of Russia’s development and in cross-border interactions. Interregional projects are systematized as the basis for the connectivity of Siberia’s economic space.

Journal

Regional Research of RussiaSpringer Journals

Published: Dec 1, 2021

Keywords: integration processes; Siberia; eastern vector of Russia’s development; regional policy; EU regional cohesion policy; connectivity of space; interregional and social inequalities

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