Analysis of strategic planning in regions of the Siberian Federal District
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The article outlines the problems associated with the formation of strategic planning in regions of the Siberian Federal District. A method of testing strategic documents of federal subjects in terms of their consistency and availability of resources is introduced. The results of a comparative analysis of the resource security of regional strategies and a verification of independent regional GDP growth forecasts by regions of Siberia showed a potential of interregional competition for labor and investment resources. It is shown that a regional strategy is often used as a means of competition with other areas for federal resources. The basic problems are formulated that should be solved in order to make regional strategies actually important element of improving the system of regional governance and the document of public consensus between the government, business, and the population in respect of key issues of regional development.
Keywordsregional strategic planning policies socioeconomic development problems the Siberian Federal District regional policy
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