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Assessment of the Potential of Clusterization of Fuel and Energy Complex of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia)

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  • Scientific-Research Institute of Regional Economy of the North Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk - 677891, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Russian Federation

Abstract


Background/Objectives: The article deals with the issues of clusterization of the region's economy. The objective of research is to assess the potential of clusterization of basic region's economic sectors. Methods/Statistical Analysis: On the ground of study of methodical basis of clusterization the authors suggest a complex methodical approach to the establishment of regional industrial cluster. It consists of 3 stages and defines a system of internal coefficients and key figure blocks, characterising potential of clusterization of the region's economy. Author's approach also suggests criteria of assessment of clusterization of basic region's economic sectors (low, middle and high). Findings: According to suggested methodical approach the authors analysed and assessed social and economic figures of subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District. This revealed that in the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) the "extraction of commercial minerals" and "production and distribution of electricity, gas and water" are main types of economic activity, which can serve as basis for establishment of regional industrial and intraregional clusters. For practical approval of potential of clusterization the authors have considered fuel and energy complex of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) (FEC SR (Ya)). Applications/Improvements: The results of calculations show high level of potential of clusterization. The authors also suggest a structural pattern (a model) of fuel and energy cluster of SR (Ya).

Keywords

Assessment Method, Fuel and Energy Cluster, Index System, Methodical Approach, Potential of Clusterization, Types of Economic Activity.

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