Main Article Content
Competitiveness, Region, Resource Potential, Competitive Strengths, Integrated Assessment, Regional Development
initial key competitive indicators, including those reflecting the regional resource potential.
Methodology: The usage of the proposed methodological approach provides model systematization of data based on selected indicators of competitiveness, reflecting the effectiveness of socio-economic processes in the development of regional space and indicators of resource provision in the region, determining the development of competitive advantages.
Result: The most important condition for ensuring the sustainability of socio-economic systems is competitiveness. The processes of globalization have increased attention not only to the cross-country component of competitiveness but also to the formation, evaluation, and development of the competitive advantages of individual regions. Due to the fact that it is the complex of various competitive advantages of a region that predetermines its competitive position among other regions and provides attractiveness in the context of the main target groups whose inflow the region needs for further development, it becomes very important to compare competitive advantages based on their quantitative and qualitative measurement.
Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.
Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of Differentiation of the Regions of the Central Federal District of the Russian Federation According to the Level of Competitive Advantages is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.
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