Country-specific studies, advantages and disadvantages of large countries, spatio-temporal rhythms of socio-economic space, composition of spatial structures, human spatial mobility, trajectories of Russia's regional and urban development, landscapes of industrial-urban areas
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2. Treyvish A.I. The size of Russia's spaces and their perception in the historical period // Geographical Space of Russia: Image and Modernization (in Russian). S.-Petersburg: "VVM" Publisher, 2011. P. 64-78.
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7. Treyvish A.I. City, Region, Country and the World: Development of Russia Viewed by a Regional Geographer ((in Russian). Moscow: Novyy Khronograph, 2009. 372 p.
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10. Treyvish A.I. A new Russian heartland: the demographic and economic dimension // Eurasian Geography and Economics, 2005. Vol. 46. No. 2. P. 123-156.