Testing Kuznetsâ€™ Hypothesis for Russian Regions: Trends and Interpretations
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Keywordsinequality of income distribution; economic growth; Gini coefficient; competitiveness of regions; regression modeling; gross regional product; income; post-crisis period; regional policy; poverty reduction;
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