The article has been prepared following the results of the Territorial Accessibility of Local Self-Government in the Russian Federation research carried out by the Urban Economics Fund. Th e research attempts to assess the share of the Russian population living in settlements with limited territorial accessibility of local self-government. Th e authors give concrete examples to show that a signifi cant share of the country population lives in conditions of limited accessibility of local self-government and the processes of transformation of municipal districts to city districts taking place in the country make the problem even worse. Th e article provides possible solutions of the problem.
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Assessment of Territorial Accessibility of Local Self-Government: Economic and Geographic Research