FORMATION OF PERIPHERAL CAPITALISM IN RUSSIA AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR THE FAR EASTERN TERRITORIES*
Biryukov A. A.
Biryukov, Aleksander Aleksandrovich – Post-graduate Student of the Department of Philosophy and Socio-Political Disciplines, Amur Humanitarian-Pedagogical State University (Komsomolsk-on-Amur).
The paper considers the consequences of the inclusion of Russia in the system of the world capitalist division of labor for its Far Eastern territories: deindustrialization, decline of population size, worsening of demographics, degradation of technosphere, and the growth of crime.
Key words: Far Eastern territories of Russia, peripheral/provincial capitalism, source model of economy, deindustrialization, criminalization.