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Patterns and problems of regionalisation in the U.S.S.R.

John C. Dewdney

Patterns and problems of regionalisation in the U.S.S.R.

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Published by University of Durham, Department of Geography in Durham .
Written in English


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Quantitative Methods: Regionalisation through Composite Indices. Though there are some limitations of composite indices, they are an enabling tool for geographical regionalisation, a tool that is also becoming increasingly popular with policy makers.

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Consequently, the problem of over- or under-designing by using these flood estimates is reduced. This leads to optimal economic design of structures.

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In the past two decades, however, political scientists have been preoccupied with the second question - setting out the causes and dynamics of the development of regional organiza-tions and systems.

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