Ukrainian cities as a gateway to the global innovative economy

Mrinska, Olga
January 2004
Urbanism & Globalization;2004, p47
The article analyzes the trends in socio-economic development of Ukranian cities and attempts to show the patterns of globalization of Ukranian society via metropolitan gateways. Ukraine has potential in terms of international competitiveness because of the growth of its industries. The five millionaire cities of Ukraine are Kyiv, Odessa, Donetsk, Kharkiv and Dnipropetrovsk while Lviv and Zaporizhzhia could be considered significant centers of social and economic life.


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