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Issue № 83. December 2020

Public Administration of Regional Development amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Tatiana B. Vladislavleva, Vyacheslav A. Kerov

Tatiana B. Vladislavleva — PhD, Professor, Department of Regional Studies, Institute of International Relations and Social and Political Sciences, MSLU; Professor Emeritus of MSLU; Moscow, Russian Federation.

Vyacheslav A. Kerov — PhD, Scientific consultant of the Institute for Regional Economic Research, Moscow, Russian Federation.

This article discusses the aspects of state policy and management of regional development, the need to strengthen economic cooperation between the Russian Federation regions in emergency situations, in particular amid COVID-19 pandemic, in the context of fundamental changes and challenges to achieving stabilisation. Dealing with the consequences of such situations requires a high level of actions coordination between all levels of government, mastering the art of managing regional development in the context of restoring the normal functioning of all spheres of life in the regions. In these conditions, in addition to federal authorities and various government organizations, interregional coordination structures should play an important role in state regional policy implementation. The authors propose in order to form an effective system of public administration of the economy, normalize business life, stable development of regions, and increase the effectiveness of combating the consequences of coronavirus spread, to intensify the activities of interregional economic interaction associations in addressing issues of socio-economic development of territories. Success in combating the COVID-19 coronavirus can only be achieved through close cooperation between the regions and the federal center. Prior track record of interregional institutions as conduits of federal policy for the regions suggests that the coronavirus problem can only be solved via joint and coordinated actions. In this article the effective interaction of regions is viewed as one of the factors of a “crisis-free” economy, a mechanism for achieving the goals and objectives of regional management. In order to restore the economies of the Russian Federation regions after COVID-19 pandemic, it is recommended that the national action plan provides for measures that enhances the interregional economic ties.


Public administration of regional development, interregional associations of economic cooperation, COVID-19, coordination of actions of local state administrations, national action plan.

DOI: 10.24411/2070-1381-2020-10107

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