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Управление в сфере устойчивого развития в арктических регионах (обзор международных подходов и исследований)

https://doi.org/10.22394/1726-1139-2022-2-110-122

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В статье сделан обзор исследований, посвященных институтам управления в сфере устойчивого развития арктических регионов. В работе освещаются такие общие подходы к анализу устойчивого развития, как концепция адаптивного управления и теория устойчивости социально-экологических систем. Рассматриваются международные институты управления, которые работают в Арктике. Отдельное внимание уделяется Арктическому совету и ограничениям, с которыми связана его работа. Также в статье описываются негосударственные институты управления в сфере устойчивого природопользования и в социальной сфере. Более подробно рассказывается о таких институтах как морская сертификация MSC, которая получила широкое распространение в Арктике, а также о соглашениях о распределении благ, которые заключаются между добывающими компаниями и коренными народами, проживающими в Арктике. В заключении обсуждается эффективность описанных институтов в контексте достижения целей устойчивого развития.

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С. А. Тулаева
Российская академия народного хозяйства и государственной службы при Президенте Российской Федерации (Северо-Западный институт управления РАНХиГС)
Россия

Тулаева Светлана Александровна, доцент факультета международных отношений и политических исследований), кандидат социологических наук, PhD in Legal Studies

SPIN: 4379-3034

Санкт-Петербург



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Тулаева С.А. Управление в сфере устойчивого развития в арктических регионах (обзор международных подходов и исследований). Управленческое консультирование. 2022;(2):110-122. https://doi.org/10.22394/1726-1139-2022-2-110-122

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Tulaeva S.A. Sustainable Development Governance in the Arctic Regions (Review of International Approaches and Research). Administrative Consulting. 2022;(2):110-122. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.22394/1726-1139-2022-2-110-122

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