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Issue № 68. June 2018

Analysis of State Support Results and Development Trends of Russian Single-Industry Towns

Matvey S. Oborin, Marina Y. Sheresheva, Svetlana A. Ivanova

Matvey S. Oborin - Doctor of economics, Professor, Perm Institute (branch) FSBEI HE «Russian economic University G. V. Plekhanov»; professor, FSBEI HE «Perm state national research University»; professor, FSBEI HE «Perm State Agro-Technological University named after Academician D.N. Pryanishnikov»; professor, FSBEI  HE «Sochi state University»
E-mail: recreachin@rambler.ru

Marina Y. Sheresheva — Dr.Sc. (Econ), Professor, Head of Laboratory for Institutional Analysis, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation.
E-mail: m.sheresheva@mail.ru

Svetlana A. Ivanova — Expert, Research Center for Network Economy, Laboratory for Institutional Analysis, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation.
E-mail: sve274580@yandex.ru

The article analyzes state measures for the development of Russian mono-profile towns (single-industry towns). Strategic measures for the revival and development of single-industry towns are considered, with an emphasis on the issues of use and restructuring labor resources, and formation of efficient labor market that meets modern requirements. These issues are of particular importance not only in the socio-economic and political aspects, they are important in the process of implementing regional development models , including employment, internal migration, training and retraining. To achieve this goal, an analysis was made of single-industry towns in three Russian regions, namely Vladimir Oblast, Tula Oblast, and Perm Krai. On the basis of quantitative and qualitative indicators, the current state of single-industry towns is evaluated. Prospects for their development are discussed. Proposals on improving the state and regional policy regarding single-industry towns are formulated. Conclusions are drawn about the adequacy of measures and tools chosen to support the conditions for restoring economic growth in the country. The use of project approach in the organization of state support for mono-profile territories is suggested.

Keywords

Single-industry town; mono-profile town; supporting institutions; employment; small and medium business; sustainable development; Russia.

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