The article focusses on three components of sustainable development: economic (scale of production and efficiency of resource use); environmental (environmental protection and attitude towards it); social (extent to which the population’s interests are satisfied). This three-fold approach is regarded as an economic approximation of sustainable development. The Lake Baikal Region is taken as a model territory, and the intention is to work out mechanisms of integration of: interests and means; different forms of property; intraregional management functions; organizational and managerial forms of productive activity, e.g., major enterprises as well as small businesses.
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- Economic Conditions and Requirements of Sustainable Development in General and for the Lake Baikal Region in Particular
V. V. Kuleshov
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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