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Title of the article Studying Economic Space: Synthesis of Balance and Game-Theoretic Methods of Modelling
Pages 12-38
Author 1 Natalia Gennadyevna Zakharchenko
Candidate Economics, Senior Research Fellow
Economic Research Institute FEB RAS
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Abstract The article introduces questions about development of models used to study economic space. The author proposes the model that combines balance and game-theoretic methods for estimating system effects of economic agents’ interactions in multi-level economic space. The model is applied to research interactions between economic agents that are spatially heterogeneous within the Russian Far East. In the model the economic space of region is considered in a territorial dimension (the first level of decomposing space) and also in territorial and product dimensions (the second level of decomposing space). The paper shows the mechanism of system effects formation that exists in the economic space of region. The author estimates system effects, analyses the real allocation of these effects between economic agents and identifies three types of local industrial markets: with zero, positive and negative system effects.
Code 332.1+330.4
DOI 10.14530/se.2015.4.012-038
Keywords economic space ♦ spatial localization of economic agents ♦ system effect ♦ cooperative game ♦ multiregional social accounting matrix ♦ synthesis ♦ economic zone ♦ Russian Far East
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For citation Zakharchenko N.G. Studying Economic Space: Synthesis of Balance and Game-Theoretic Methods of Modelling. Prostranstvennaya Ekonomika = Spatial Economics, 2015, no. 4, pp. 12-38. DOI: 10.14530/se.2015.4.012-038. (In Russian).
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