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Voronezh oblast

5

4

2

Kursk oblast

5

5

2

Lipetsk oblast

4

5

2

Tambov oblast

4

5

2

Republic ofKalmykia

2

8

9

Republic ofTatarstan

3

8

1

Astrakhan oblast

6

6

1

Volgograd oblast

6

4

1

Penza oblast

4

4

2

Samara oblast

5

4

2

Saratov oblast

7

6

2

Ulianovsk oblast

5

4

2

Republic ofAdygea

5

5

2

Republic ofDagestan

2

8

9

IngushRepublic

9

8

9

Kabardian-Balkarian Republic

7

2

4

Karach-Cherkesian Republic

7

7

4

Republic ofNorth Osetia

7

2

2

Krasnodar krai

4

5

2

Stavropol krai

5

7

2

Rostov oblast

6

6

2

Republic ofBashkortostan

6

3

1

UdmurtianRepublic

6

4

1

Kurgan oblast

4

4

2

Orenburg oblast

6

3

1

Perm oblast

6

6

1

Sverdlovskoblast

5

5

2

Chelyabinskoblast

4

4

2

Republic ofAltai

7

7

2

Altai krai

4

4

2

Table 3.3.1 cont`d

Region

1997

1998

1999

Kemerovo oblast

3

3

1

Novosibirskoblast

5

4

2

Omsk oblast

6

4

2

Tomsk oblast

6

6

1

Tyumen oblast

3

3

1

Republic ofBuryatia

6

4

2

Republic ofTyva

6

6

2

Republic ofKhakasia

5

6

2

Krasnoyarsk krai

6

7

2

Irkutsk oblast

6

4

2

Chita oblast

6

6

2

Republic ofSakha (Yakutia)

6

6

2

Yevreyskaya AO

7

7

2

Chukotka AO

4

5

5

Primorsky krai

6

7

2

Khabarovsk krai

1

4

1

Amur oblast

5

4

2

Kamchatka oblast

4

2

2

Magadan oblast

5

7

2

Sakhalin oblast

6

6

9

Kaliningrad oblast

6

7

1

The movement of regions across clustersallows singling out 6 >

  1. Regions whose growth is based on development of the fuel sector(chiefly with a low level of unemployment). There are 12 such regions:Astrakhan oblast, Bashkortostan, Kemerovo oblast, Komi Republic, Leningradoblast. Orenburg oblast, Perm oblast, Sakhalin oblast, Tatarstan, Tomsk oblast,Tyumen oblast, Yaroslavl oblast.
  2. Regions whose growth based on factors other than development of thefuel sector (chiefly with a low level of unemployment). This group comprises 34regions: Adygea, Altai krai, Amur oblast, Belgorod oblast, Vladimir oblast,Vologda oblast, Voronezh oblast, Kaluga oblast, Kamchatka oblast, Kirov oblast,Kostroma oblast, Kransodar krai, Kurgan oblast, Kursk oblast, Lipetsk oblast,Marij-El, Mordovia, Moscow, Moscow oblast, Nizhny Novgorod oblast, Novosibirskoblast, Orel oblast, Penza oblast, Pskov oblast, Samara oblast, St. Petersburg,Sverdlovsk oblast, Tambov oblast, Tver oblast, Tula oblast, Ulyanovsk oblast,Chelyabinsk oblast, Republic of Chuvashia.
  3. Regions whose growth is based on factors other than development ofthe fuel sector (chiefly with a high level of unemployment). This groupcomprises 10 regions: Bryansk oblast, Altai Republic, Jewish AO, Ivanovooblast, Karelia, Magadan oblast, Murmansk oblast, North Ossetyia, Smolenskoblast, Stavropol krai.
  4. Regions whose growth was accompanied with a fall in theweight of the fuel sector. This calss comprises 10 regions: Buryatia, Irkutskoblast, Krasnoyarsk krai, Omsk oblast, Primorsky krai, Rostov oblast, Ryazanoblast, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Tyva, Chita oblast
  5. Regions with unsustainable economic growth and production structure(chiefly with a low level of unemployment). There are 8 such regions:Arkhangelsk oblast, Volgograd oblast, Kaliningrad oblast, Saratov oblast,Udmurtia, Khabarovsk krai, Khakassia, Chukotsky AO.
  6. Regions with unsustainable economic growth and production structure(chiefly with a high level of unemployment). There are 5 such regions:Dagestan, Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria, andKarachaevo-Cherkessia.

Table 3.3.2 presents mean values of thethree parameters of living standards under consideration for>

Table3.3.2.


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