A house in the village vs. the city: A review of presentations at the XXVI Nikonov Readings

Krylatykh E. N., Frolova E. Yu. A house in the village vs. the city: A review of presentations at the XXVI Nikonov Readings // The Russian Peasant Studies. 2021. V.6. №4. P. 200-214.

DOI: 10.22394/2500-1809-2021-6-4-200-214

Annotation

The coexistence of the city and the village and their joint successful development are reflected in the concept of the “integrated development of urban and rural habitat”. These issues have not been in the focus of scientists, the state and authorities of the Russian Federation for a long time. In Russia, different types of cities and villages coexist on the same territory, and their social-economic interaction is often contradictory. The annual International Scientific-Practical Conference XXVI Nikonov Readings was held on October 25-26, 2021, and focused on the interaction of the city and the village in the contemporary society, the trends, challenges and prospects of this interaction.

Keywords

Deurbanization, dichotomy of the city and the village, rural development, local rural economy.

About the authors

Krylatykh Elmira N., Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, DSc (Economics), Senior Researcher, VIAPI named after A. A. Nikonov — a branch of the All-Russian Research Institute of Agricultural Economics. 107078, Moscow, Bolshoi Kharitonevsky Per., 21, bldg. 1.
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Frolova Elena Yu., PhD (Economic Sciences), Senior Researcher, VIAPI named after A. A. Nikonov — a branch of the All-Russian Research Institute of Agricultural Economics. 107078, Moscow, Bolshoi Kharitonevsky Per., 21, bldg. 1.
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