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Urusova I.

Upgrading institutions providing the development of regional industries special segments

Keywords: institutions, resource markets, specialization, government control

The author aims to evaluate the impact of the available institutional system on the economic development of the regional industries special segments. The article presents the results of studying the functions of institutions in the region's use of labour, land, and capital resources in the process of developing and specializing its industries. The author shows and reasons the imperfection of the functioning institutions and defines the directions for their improvement by use of different systematic methods. It is reasonable to use the results of the research in the process of updating the institutional system and its interaction with the regional industries special segments with the view of restoring a regular reproduction.


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About authors

Urusova Irina N.
Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor, Deputy Head of the Department of Research, Department of State and Municipal Administration and Regional Economy, Chuvash State University, Russia, Cheboksary (; )

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Urusova I. Upgrading institutions providing the development of regional industries special segments [Electronic resource] // Oeconomia et Jus. – 2015. – №1. P. 47-51. – URL: