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Territorial energy-production complexes as a prospective form of spatial organization of regional industrial forces

Listed author(s):
  • G.V.Agafonov
  • M.K. Bandman
  • V.V. Vorobiova
  • V.Iu. Malov
  • B.G. Saneev
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    The object of discussion is formation of territorial energy production complexes (TEPC). The TEPC is stated to provide radical changes in the spatial organization of TEC (both in general and in its individual elements), to make the spatial structure of regional industrial forces more rational and, ultimately, to improve in each region its social and economic situation. The benefits of TEPC as an organizational form for solving the "energy" tasks are shown on the case of Eastern Siberia and the Far East. The objective character of TEPC formation in these regions is shown by the analysis of their prerequisites, specifics, tasks and of key social and economic problems of their development that have arisen in the result of their changed paradigm in the market-based environment.

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    Article provided by Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of RAS in its journal Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology".

    Volume (Year): 3 (2001)
    Issue (Month): ()
    Pages: 143-173

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    Handle: RePEc:nos:regioe:2001-3_11
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