Studies on Russian Economic Development

, Volume 20, Issue 5, pp 537–542 | Cite as

The methodology and methods of developing an indicative plan of development for a region

  • P. Zh. Khanduev
  • I. Ts. Sungrapova
Regional Problems
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Abstract

This paper uncovers the role and significance of indicative planning in the management of the development of a region. The main attention is devoted to the practice of its introduction in the Republic of Buryatia. The principles of choosing the methods for developing an indicative plan are described in detail.

Keywords

Regional Development Milk Yield RUSSIAN Economic Development Socioeconomic Development Market Concentration 

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  • P. Zh. Khanduev
  • I. Ts. Sungrapova

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