Nagaeva, O. S.
February 2012
Modern Research of Social Problems;2012, Issue 2, p313
Academic Journal
Presented article is devoted the problem of forming conditions for sustainable socio-economic development of resource territory after exhaustion of mineral-resource potential. The features of socio-economic development of the resource territories situated in the conditions of the Far North cause the necessity of transition of such territory to sustainable socio-economic development. The basic conditions of transition of resource territory to sustainable socio-economic development are gaining by territory of the part of rental incomes from development of mineral resources and defining the directions of using these incomes for the purpose of increasing the reproduced potential of territory. In the article the governing mechanism creating of conditions for sustainable socio-economic development of resource territory after decreasing extraction and exhausting mineral-resource potential is suggested. Basic elements of the suggested mechanism are: the strategy of development of mineral-resource potential; the system of the special taxation of resource sector; the strategy of forming and using incomes of territory from development of mineral resources; the choice of diversification branches, the strategy of forming and dismissing workers of resource sector. It is suggested to define the concrete parameters of the basic elements of the mechanism taking into account its features. In the article the algorithm of choosing of these parameters is given. In the article the results of using the suggested mechanism for concrete resource territory are presented.


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