Complex realization of opportunities of the dimensional potential of the city

Vasyl Fedorovych Semenov, Anastasia Valeriyivna Pandas


In this paper, the theoretical aspects of the concept of potential, typesof potential  and dimensional potential in the context of territorial units, such as large cities, is considered. Nowadays, cities are leaders in technological progress, economic growth.The growth rate of the economy of the country mostly depends on the strategy development of big cities. They are the lagest territorial entities that carry full responsibility for solving social and economic problems of the area. The mechanisms of effective potential usage and the economic growth conditions are formed in the big cities. In this paper, the dimensional potential of a big city is considered as a multidimensional phenomenon that combines the variety of types of building. It includes the economic resources, social and economic environment; innovation, integration and information processes, business activity, the interests of the business community and of other subjects of territorial entity. Large cities as a special socio-economic system have great potential for development, including some opportunities and resources, namely economic, social, labor, infrastructure, innovation, creating serious prerequisites for development, and equally serious problems. Large cities should be reference points of socio-economic development of the country. There is a lack of knowledge about new processes in large cities, especially of such things as change of their configurations, motorization, urbanization, changes in the economic system and the labor market and so on. Population aging, migration and increase of the diversity of cities exacerbate the development of regional centers of cities and their suburbs, ie agglomerations. Without studying of large cities and the features of usage of their spatial potential the strategic planning of their development and the country as a whole becomes impossible. The issue of using of dimensional potential in all its aspects relats to almost all aspects of life in big cities, which are increasingly becoming the main participiants of competitive relations and, in this regard, has always be in center of attention of scientists. 


space; potential; space potential; territorial entity; agglomeration; a great city; socio-economic development

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