РЕГИОНАЛЬНЫЕ ДИСПРОПОРЦИИ В ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКОМ РАЗВИТИИ: ОПЫТ СОЕДИНЕННЫХ ШТАТОВ АМЕРИКИ

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Экономическое развитие не является однородным в геополитическом аспекте. Есть географическая составляющая, которая оказывает сильное влияние на развитие в неко-торых регионах мира и в разных частях страны, включая Российскую Федерацию, делая одни регионы более экономически развитыми, чем другие. В данной статье в качестве примера рассматривается неравномерное экономическое развитие в США. В частно-сти, данная статья определяет, что понимается под неравномерностью развития, а также в статье описывается закономерность неравномерного развития в Соединенных Шта-тах. В статье также рассматриваются причины и последствия неравномерного развития и рассмотрены некоторые возможные решения выявленных проблем. Общий вывод за-ключается в том, что США испытывает значительное влияние географической состав-ляющей на ее экономическое развитие. Кроме того, не до конца очевидно, насколько про-водимая политика является успешной и действительно способствует ослаблению, замед-лению или ликвидации неравномерности развития регионов страны.

Дэвид Шультц

dschultz@hamline.edu
Университет Хэмлин Сент Пол, Миннесота, США, 55105

Шультц Дэвид - профессор кафедры политических наук Университета Хэмлин (Миннесота, США), главный редактор журнала Public Affairs Education (JPAE).

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