There are 321 single-industry towns in the Russian Federation.
The main risk for single-industry towns in the current situation is the stability of city-forming enterprises that provide the main employment of the able-bodied population. The direct and indirect consequences of sanctions restrictions are experienced by machine-building, metallurgical, and forestry centers. A long-term reduction in Russian fuel consumption may bring back the focus of attention to oil and gas production areas that were ex-cluded from the list of single-industry towns in the early 2010s.
– The scale of the impact of sanctions on the situation in single-industry towns.
– Key problems of city-forming enterprises of single-industry towns in the current conditions.
– Sanctions impact on investment projects in single-industry towns: investor expectations, technological limitations.
– Strategies for adaptation of single-industry towns to the introduced restrictions.
– Instruments of state support for single-industry towns: best practices and the need for additional customization.
Organizers: Center for Strategic Research, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
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Zaitcev Dmitry, Accounting Chamber of the Russian Federation. Member of the Board
Makaeva Olga, VEB.RF. Managing Director of the Block of Urban Solutions and Development of monotowns of VEB.RF
Komkova Maria, Foundation "Center for Strategic Research". Deputy Head of Department
Skljanchuk Pavel, All-Russia Peoples Front. urban expert
Solomin Ivan, Administration of the Urban Okrug Verkhnyaya Pyshma. The Chief of the Urban Okrug Verkhnyaya Pyshma
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