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Program for Reindustrialization of the Economy of Novosibirsk Oblast: Ideology and Main Directions for Its Implementation

The main purpose for the reindustrialization of Russia is to promote its national manufacturing sector so that it joins the group of highly developed industrial countries. It is crucial to mobilize regional growth points of the reindustrialization processes. Novosibirsk Oblast can become one of the top Russian regions leading the reindustrialization by implementing a special mana­gement program for that end. The article analyzes the ideology and main directions for the implementation of the Program for Reindustrialization of the Economy of Novosibirsk Oblast till 2020. It also reveals the region's potential for reindustrialization which is one of the strongest in Russia due to an efficient system of RAS institutes and a new system of development institutions (techno-parks, industrial areas, etc.). We come up with program elaboration principles and describe the mechanisms and institutional conditions for reindustrialization. By using eight megaprojects as an example, we show strategic initiatives that depict essential competitive scientific, innovation, engineering and production advantages of Novosibirsk Oblast and unique competencies in a number of directions for innovation. The Program for Reindustrialization of the Economy of Novosibirsk Oblast is a modern element of the regional strategic planning system.

Kuleshov V. V.

Seliverstov V. Ye.

Keywords: economy of Novosibirsk Oblast reindustrialisation program innovation engineering megaprojects highly-innovative projects investment projects strategic initiatives regional strategic planning

Project approach to spatial planning applicable at the level of an administrative area

The paper proposes a new scheme of spatial planning applicable to an administrative area, i.e. by selecting a set of investment projects, each of them affecting the use of land. At present the spatial planning at the level of an administrative area is «bottom-up» since there is no a national system of spatial planning yet. The paper offers new rales for demographic forecasting under a project approach suggested, and discusses some criteria which local communities or local authorities may apply if they want to reject undesirable projects.

Voronov Iu. P.

Dolnakov A. P.

Keywords: spatial planning land use investment projects municipal level selection of projects selection criteria the Altai region demographic prognoses touristic zones

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