Svetlana Rastvortseva
2014 SGEM 2014 Scientific SubConference on POLITICAL SCIENCES, LAW, FINANCE, ECONOMICS AND TOURISM   unpublished
The goal of the research is to analyze the spatial economic dynamics by evaluating specialization of the Russian regions and concentration of manufacture in the country. In order to reach the set goal I studied the theoretical basis of the scientific problem, defined methodical instrument and gave an estimate of the regional specialization and geographical concentration of industry in Russia, shaped the corresponding conclusions. To analyze the concentration of industrial production I used
more » ... ndahl-Hirschman index, Gini index, Krugman and CR3 and CR4 concentration indices. Introduction. Development of the Russian economy during the last years is characterized by the growing competition among the regions for the industrial factors, which a priori are limited. So, for the period of 2001-2010 the annual decrease in population of Russia reached 487.7 thous. people per year (Calculated by: [[15]]) on the average at a high level of interregional labor migration, for example, in 2010 it constituted 874.7 thous. people. The amount o f direct foreign investments coming into the economy of Russia, today was reduced twice compared to the year 2007. The regions also compete for budget financing, obtaining state orders, using up-to-date technologies and so on. In the most successful regions the processes of economic activity concentration are observed, and the companies get a chance to receive agglomeration effects from allocation of production facilities.
doi:10.5593/sgemsocial2014/b23/s7.003 fatcat:kemyts54wngspf2hrw3xcvdhme