Функция «Производство-Потребление» Как Методологическое Обоснование Эффективности Региональной Господдержки (На Примере Юфо)
[Function "production-consumption" as methodological substantiation of efficacy of government's regional support (on the SFU's data)]
AbstractThe article analyzes qualitative and quantitative interdependences among consumption, gross regional product and indices of production. On the example of Southern Federal District theoretical substantiation and empirical approbation of alternative methodology are provided. The methodology in question deals with a choice among branches and enterprises of a regional economy that public support has encountered recently, which primary goal is to ensure potent stimulation of regional economic growth.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 42767.
Date of creation: Jan 2010
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government support; economic growth; positive economics;
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