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The article presents quantitative evidence for the hypothesis that the level of economic development of Russian regions depends on the amount of financial resources allocated by the state. Based on the study of statistical data on territories related to border, coastal, inaccessible and enclaves, quantitative dependencies are identified and conclusions are drawn about the current practice and directions of development of the state regulation.doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202020808015 fatcat:aujthj4jlzcd3lgsk5z3tu47ui