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Sakhalin and Russia: formation and evaluation of alternative organizational-economic mechanisms of consolidated development


  • Ye.B.Kibalov
  • A.A. Kin


The conducted study of the Sakhalin region has shown that its social situation is disastrous. In spite of its economic significance for the country (upper third among all regions), high resource potential, governmental support within the federal program for the Far East, the state of affairs in the last three years have changed to the worse. By amount and quality of resources and by investment risks Sakhalin is a zone of high uncertainty. In order to utilise the region's potential, increase per capita incomes and ensure its consolidated development as part of the Russian Federation, a new economic mechanism of management must be created. The main principles of the formation and evaluation of such a mechanism are set forth.

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  • Ye.B.Kibalov & A.A. Kin, 2003. "Sakhalin and Russia: formation and evaluation of alternative organizational-economic mechanisms of consolidated development," Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology", Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of RAS, vol. 2.
  • Handle: RePEc:nos:regioe:2003-2_3
    Note: Regional Policy and Economic Issues of Federalism

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