The COVID-19 pandemic as a driver for internal development of cities and regions. Lockdown, closed borders, breaks in global supply chains as a chance for innovation and import substitution of goods and services, and developing a new competitive development strategy. Structural adjustment gaps of the national and regional economy. Positive effects of the shake-up and new windows of opportunity for accelerated development: digitalization, e-commerce, domestic tourism, suburbanization, growth in demand for territorial infrastructure development, and a new form of employment. What will the national, regional and urban strategic and spatial development agenda look like?
Topics to be discussed:
1) How can regions and municipalities engage with the new agenda and turn it into a window of opportunity?
2) How to ensure variability management against future crises to prevent negative effects?
3) How is new reality changing the requirements for the national, regional and urban strategic and spatial development agenda?
Organizers: Leningrad Region Committee for Economic Development and Investment Activity, Urbanica Territorial Planning Institute
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Trunova Natalia, Foundation "Center for Strategic Research". Vice President, Head of Spatial Development Division
Klimanov Vladimir, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. Head of Center
Finogenov Anton, "DOM.RF". Deputy Chairman
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