Methods and models of analysis of spatial clusterisation of rates of socio-economic development of regions
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Keywordsregional development; imbalance; regulation models; assessment; methods of cluster analysis; methods of spatial econometrics; methods of discriminant analysis; methods of logit-analysis;
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