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Joint Localization of Different Branches of Russian Industry

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  • Mikhailova, Tatiana

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This work continues the study of the anatomy of the geographical concentration of Russian industries and firms. Applying the method of Ellison, Glazer and Kerr, I estimate the relative importance of various factors in the observed process of spatial concentration of industrial production in the post-Soviet period. It is shown that the most significant factor was the attraction of large cities.

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  • Mikhailova, Tatiana, 2017. "Joint Localization of Different Branches of Russian Industry," Working Papers 041721, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
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    1. Demidova, Olga & Kolyagina, Alena & Pastore, Francesco, 2018. "Marshallian vs Jacobs Effects: Which One Is Stronger? Evidence for Russia Unemployment Dynamics," IZA Discussion Papers 12042, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).

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