Author: Sergey Sosnovskikh 

 

Journal Title: Russian Journal of Economics
 
ISSN: 2405-4739 (Online)
 
Publisher: Elsevier
 
Abstract
 
This paper investigates the process of developing and implementing special economic zones (SEZs) and industrial parks in Russia. Governments commonly use SEZ policies to develop and diversify exports, create jobs and launch technology/knowledge sharing. The industrial cluster concept is based on the significance of rivalry and supplier networks within the cluster, the combination of geographical specificities and government policies that lead to innovation and productivity growth. This study reveals that in Russia the government′s approach in developing these initiatives has strongly interfered with business activities and prevented the vital competitive and collaborative behavior of firms within these economic zones.
 
Open Access funded by Redaktsiya zhurnala Voprosy Ekonomiki
Under a Creative Commons license

 

Illustration Photo: Murmansk port in Russia (credits: Antonio Bonanno / Flickr Creative Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0))

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