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Review of Theory and Practice of Analysis of Interregional Inequality
[Обзор Теории И Практики Анализа Межрегионального Неравенства]

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  • Gvozdeva, Margarita (Гвоздева, Маргарита)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))

  • Kazakova, Maria (Казакова, Мария)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))

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The problem of interregional inequality quite often attracts attention of both foreign and domestic researchers studying factors of economic growth. This is explained by the fact that a high regional differentiation can hinder the economic development of the country as a whole. In this paper, a review of theoretical and empirical studies on the problems of interregional inequality is conducted. In particular, the authors considered the neoclassical approach to the study of interregional inequality; An analysis of interregional inequalities in the context of the theory of new economic geography is carried out; Factors of interregional inequality within the framework of the theory of random growth are considered; The literature on the theory of agglomerations and convergence is studied; Methods for measuring interregional inequality, etc. are systematized.

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  • Gvozdeva, Margarita (Гвоздева, Маргарита) & Kazakova, Maria (Казакова, Мария), 2017. "Review of Theory and Practice of Analysis of Interregional Inequality
    [Обзор Теории И Практики Анализа Межрегионального Неравенства]
    ," Working Papers 041702, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
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