E3S Web Conf.
Volume 291, 2021IV International Scientific and Practical Conference “Sustainable Development and Green Growth on the Innovation Management Platform” (SDGG 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Creation of Conditions for the Harmonious Development of Personality: Culture, Education, Developing Leisure, Tourism|
|Published online||19 July 2021|
Analysis of the Russian Federation constituent regions’ sustainable development goals achievement
Chuvash State University, Moskovsky prospect, 15, 428015 Cheboksary, Russian Federation
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The article analyzes the Russian Federation constituent regions’ sustainable development goals (SDGs) achievement. Identified are the determinant Russian regions, the driving force and the reason for their coherence in achieving sustainable development goals. The study is based on a systematic approach using the method of statistical, neural network and cluster analysis. Results. The study has revealed a contradiction expressed in priority of “SDG 7. Fixed capital investments by areas of investment in terms of “Production of electricity from renewable energy sources, including generated by solar, wind, geothermal power plants, as well as activities to ensure their performance”” line of business and underperformance in terms of “SDG 16. Russia’s position in the rating of the World Bank’s Doing Business project in terms of the “Getting credit” indicator. The work shows priority in relation to “SDG 3. Life expectancy at birth”, which is implemented through national projects. Analysis of the large Russian clusters regional importance identified the Moscow region by “SDG 1. Proportion of the population living below the national poverty line” and “SDG 3. Life expectancy at birth”. The analysis of interregional ties revealed determinant regions, the existence of which is supported by the dynamics of the developing Russian market, which is far behind countries with developing economies.
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