Main Article Content
Development potential, Regional economy, Specialization, Interindustry repartition, Gross regional product
Purpose: The research is devoted to the potential of economic development of regions of Central Federal District, in a section of determination of regularities, trends, and features of their social and economic state and development.
Methodology: The conducted research is based on materials of official state statistics, with the use of a method of komparativny analysis. The carried-out analysis allows revealing a row specific, observed on regions of Central Federal District, regularities, trends and features of a social and economic state and development.
Result: Essential distinctions on the analyzed territorial subjects of the federation, investments and bank deposits making considerable specific weight in the consumer investment portfolio of potential of development of regional economy are revealed. Integrated assessment of the indicators demonstrating the many-sided nature of specialization of regional production is carried out taking into account their correlation importance information of a gross regional product.
Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.
Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of the Formation and use of the Development Capacity of Regional Economies Central Federal is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.
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