ALLOCATION OF REGIONAL SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE OBJECTS AS A FACTOR OF INTEGRATED AREA DEVELOPMENT
Published: 21 Aug 2015
Abstract: The paper is dedicated to the problems of integrated development of urban and rural areas, taking into account both economic and social factors. The basic social factors include spatial allocation of regional social infrastructure objects. It is defined that such allocation is possible if the agglomerative effect is determined, availability of services to the public and the potential of the transport infrastructure are considered. Effective development of the social infrastructure is believed to be a competitive advantage of the regional economy.
Keywords: regional social infrastructure, regional economy, spatial allocation, integrated area development, multiservices
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