Contemporary Structural Changes in Irkutsk as a Siberian Regional Centre
Keywords:hanges, economic structure, geographic position, investments, Irkutsk, Irkutsk Oblast, links, postindustrial functions, regional development, Russia, “standing” and “lying” enterprises
Much that has been taking place in today’s Irkutsk is quite typical for cities of post-Soviet Russia. Irkutsk is suffering from drastic structural changes: in its macro-geographic position and international links, in the structure of production, in its postindustrial (non-production) functions, in the system of regional development. The total estimation of changes should be positive. But we can see a lot of losses. Some of them seem to be temporary, but there are also losses caused by the market character of the reforms themselves.
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