Impact of The Global Crisis on Spatial Relationships in Russia
AbstractThis paper seeks an answer to the question of whether the global crisis had a persistent effect on inter-regional income equality and spatial market integration in Russia. Results obtained suggest that the answer is generally negative.
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Income inequality; market integration; Russian regions;
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