In a country with eighty-nine constituent entities in its Federation, and where the size of the gross regional product (GRP) produced per capita varies by a factor of 21 and the industrial output produced varies by a factor of more than 30, an orientation toward average statistical indicators when formulating economic policy is not only senseless but even perilous. The result of using such a methodological foundation can be only a deepening of the trends "working" toward the rupture of the country's economic, legal, social, political and ecological expanses.
Volume (Year): 42 (1999)
Issue (Month): 6 (October)
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