International Ñooperation


  • Yuri Saveliev, Nikolay Kolesnikov, Egor Mikhel. Prospects for cross-border cooperation in the Republic of Karelia. From borders to shared space - BOSS Report. Karelia University of Applied Sciences, Joensuu, 2015, 53 p.

  • 2014
  • Dyakonova M.V., Stepanova S.V. Development of Tourism as One of Solutions to Problem of Rural Youth Employment in Republic of Karelia // Accounting and Finance, ¹1 (63), 2014. pp. 138-143

  • Petrova N., Kolesnikov N. Cross-border rural tourism area: a case of Finland and Russian Karelia // Proceedings - Rural Tourism as a Facilitator of Regional Development, Joensuu, 2014, pp. 48-55

  • Kozyreva G., Ledyaeva S. Enterprises’ Business Practices and the Regional Institutional Environment in the Republic of Karelia in Russia // Journal of Enterprising Culture
    Vol. 22, No. 2 (June 2014) pp. 1–23

  • Morozova T. Modern Peculiarities of the social Service Utilisation in Remote Rural Areas of the Republic of Karelia // Social Services on Both Sides of the Border. Karelia University of Applied Sciences, Joensuu, Finland. 2014. pp. 28-37.

  • 2013
  • Mikhel E. Reproduction of labor potential in the Republic of Karelia (Russia) // Siirtolaisuus Migration 4/2013, Turku, Finland, pp. 27-32

  • Stepanova Sv.V. Local community in rural tourism development: case of the Republic of Karelia // Communities as a part of sustainable rural tourism –success factor or inevitable burden? Proceedings of the community tourism conference, 10th – 11th September 2013 in Kotka, Finland University of Helsinki, Ruralia Institute P. 154 – 0,56 ï.ë.

  • Druzhinin P. Assessment of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Political Institutions in a Region // Regional Research of Russia. 2013. Vol.3, ¹ 2. pp. 162–167.

  • Kruchek M.M., Molchanova E.V. Statistical Research of Expected Life Expectancy in the North Western Federal District: Panel analysis // European Researcher, 2013, Vol. (48), ¹ 5-1, P. 1239 – 1243.

  • Chubieva.I.V. Development of optimal models for sustainable management of tourist areas in the Republic of Karelia // Conference Rural development 27-28.11.2013: Innovations and Sustainability Faculty of Economics and Management, Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania.

  • Saveliev Yu.V. Regional Economic Policy and Structural Changes in the Economies of Russian Regions // Regional Research of Russia, 2013, Vol.3, No.3, pp.211-22

  • Titov A.F., Kryshen A.M., Saveliev Yu.V. Green Belt of Fennoscandia: A New Phase in Research and Tasks for Future Development // Creen Belt of Fennoscandia: Proceedings of The International Conference. Petrozavodsk, October 7-12, 2013. Petrozavodsk: KarRC RAS, 2013

  • 2012
  • Pertti Koistinen and Oxana Krutova. Crossing the borders of Finnish and Northwest Russian labour markets. // The EU-Russia borderland: new contexts for regional cooperation / edited by Heikki Eskelinen, Ilkka Liikanen, James W.Scott. (BASEES/Routledge series on Russian and East European Studies; 84). - Routledge, London and New York, 2012, 238 p.

  • Druzhinin P.V., Shkiperova G.T. Ecological and Economic Models and Predictions in the Regional Management System // Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2012, No.1, Vol.23, pp.66-72

  • Nemkovich E G. Kurilo A.E The spiritual component of the investment process in the Republic of Karelia // Economic and social changes: facts, trends, forecast. – Vologda. – (VSCC CEMI RAS) ¹2 (20) 2012. pp. 135-142

  • Zhirnel E., Shevchuk I. Application of the Eco-efficiency concept in tourism // Pearls of the coniferous forest. North Karelia Biosphere reserve 20th anniversary conference abstracts. Joensuu, 2012 pp. 88-89

  • Stepanova S. Tourism as a factor for sustainable regional development of the Republic of Karelia // Pearls of the coniferous forest. North Karelia Biosphere reserve 20th anniversary conference abstracts. Joensuu, 2012 pp. 91-92.

  • International Ñooperation
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