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European Science Review, Issue 1-2/2015

Industrial dominance: analysis of influence on small companies in Russia

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29013/ESR-15-1.2-105-108

Pages: 105 - 108

Authors: Pyatkov M. V.

Abstract: Russian economy is characterized by the presence of a number of single-industry towns, where one or several companies influence the development of other firms. The results of author’s research on measuring the influence of industrial dominance are presented. It is found that while dominance has an impact on labour and services availability in the region but not on the availability of capital.

Keywords: single-industry town, industrial dominance, agglomeration effects.

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