Principles for building an organisational structure of management in the Siberian federal district: An attempt at expert evaluation
An expert analysis of Siberia's external relations (with other states) and internal relations (with other Russia's regions) within Interregional Association "Siberian Accord" shows that if the present ties continue Siberia tends to distance itself from European Russia and become tied closer with economically more efficient neighbouring states. In order to abate these undesirable tendencies experts advise to use in Siberia a mixed strategy when it is governed as a quasi-state and at the same time as a quasi-corporation.
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Volume (Year): 4 (2001)
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