Russian 'Macro-Regions': Economic Integration and Interaction with the World Economy
The project focuses on the contemporary state of five Russian macro-regions - European Russia, the Urals, Western Siberia, Eastern Siberia and the Far East - and their immediate perspectives for trade and economic integration in both an inter-regional and an international context. The study uses an open economy model, looking at its current state and short-term dynamics. The authors employ input-output models for 30 industries and five regions as well as economic equilibrium and cooperative game theory.
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