Spatial organization of resource mega-project as an object of strategic planning and management

Plyaskina NIna I.
1. Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
2. Novosibirsk State University
Kharitonovа Viktoriya N.
1. Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
Vizhina Irina A.
1. Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
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Actualization of innovative and breakthrough scenarios for the development of Russia has stimulated interest among the federal authorities and constituent bodies in applying project management methodology for elaboration of socio-economic development strategies of the Russian Federation. The purpose of the article is to substantiate the place of macro-regions and integrated megaprojects in strategic planning and management of spatial development of the Russian Federation and  to highlight the need for a cluster approach in spatial organization of resource regions.  The study analyses the experience of incorporating the spatial factor into the national strategic planning framework. Based on systematization of expert community assessments, the key directions for modernization of the framework for the development of spatial strategy for socio-economic development in the Russian Federation are identified. The  authors propose a concept for developing a strategy for spatial development of Russia based on implementation of 
both national and corporate multi-regional megaprojects with the focus on innovation growth and modernization  of the developed economic areas of the regions - the subjects of the Russian Federation. The study stresses the need for planning the formation of macro-regions as an institution for the analysis of interre-
gional relations, coordination of interests of corporations and federal entities in complex national mega-projects. The study reveals the impact of promising resource megaprojects on cluster activation and the connectedness of economic 
areas in resource regions. 

spatial organization, strategic planning and management, project approach, spatial development strategy, macroregion, subject of the Federation, resource megaproject, cluster approach 

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