SHS Web of Conf.
Volume 94, 2021Sustainable Development of Regions 2020 – XVI International Scientific and Practical Conference “State. Politics. Society”
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Political and Historical Sciences|
|Published online||12 January 2021|
Spatial features of the development of the economic federalism system in Russia
Chelyabinsk Branch of RANEPA, Komarova Str., 26, 454077 Chelyabinsk, Russia
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Understanding the spatial features of the development of economic processes of federalism requires understanding the consequences that the formation and implementation of the policy of relations between the federal center and the regions. The goal of our present research is a theoretical justification of the content of the concept of "economic federalism" from the standpoint of a spatial approach. The novelty of the research lies in examining the relations of economic federalism not only within the framework of the state budget system, but also within the framework of interaction between state and market structures. The theoretical and methodological basis of this study is a set of scientific concepts in the field of economic federalism and spatial analysis. The author chose the method of econometric factor analysis for practical confirmation of theoretical concepts. This method made it possible to assess the impact on the level of economic development of the region of indicators of both the budgetary subsystem of economic federalism and the subsystem of interaction between state and market structures. With the help of the calculations, the positioning of the Russian regions was carried out according to the type of the existing economic environment of federalism.
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