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Volume 3
Issue 3
Online publication date 2009-12-07
Title Subcontracting principles of interaction between enterprises of different sizes at a regional level
Author Eugeny Krasavin
This paper reviews peculiarities of interaction between enterprises of different sizes at a regional  level in Russia on the basis of subcontracting. It defines basic conditions and organizational forms of such interaction related with circumstances of regional economic development. The paper also presents a comparison of American and Japanese 
subcontracting models considering possibility of borrowing certain specific features for the Russian conditions. It lists stable structures of interaction between small- and large-sized enterprises considering possibility of changing roles in integration schemes. On example of the Nizhny Novgorod region specializing in machine-building and metalworking, the most important peculiarities and perspective lines of subcontracting development in the medium run are reviewed. 
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Keywords Subcontracting, enterprises of different sizes, small business, subcontracting models, regional interaction problems of sectors of different sizes, roles of large and small enterprises in interaction.
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