Boom back or blow back? Growth strategies in mono-industrial resource towns-'East' and 'West'

Gertrude Saxinger, Andrey Petrov, Natalia Krasnoshtanova, Vera Kuklina, Doris A. Carson

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    Boom back or blow back? Growth strategies in mono-ndustrial i resource towns – ‘east’ and ‘west’ Gertrude Saxinger, Andrey Petrov, Natalia Krasnoshtanova, Vera Kuklina and Doris A. Carson INTRODUCTION The aim of this chapter is to discuss how ideas of path dependence and lock- (Grabher, 1993; Martin and Sunley, 2006) manifest in mono- in industrial resource towns in Russia, the United States and Australia. Based on the views of inhabitants, resource companies and administration representatives, this chapter illustrates the lure of the ‘re- oom’, its constraints b and downsides, as well as the attitudes of people towards new development paths. The chapter also identifies the various obstacles to alternative path development faced by mono- ndustrial resource towns. The four case study i sites are characterised by heavy mono-ndustrial activities in renewable i and non- enewable resources. The cases from the United States (fracking r around Williston in North Dakota) and Australia (alumina production in Nhulunbuy in the Northern Territory) are characterised by a long-erm t neoliberal political and economic regime, while the industrial paths of the two Russian case studies (the forestry town Baikalsk and the petroleum town Ust- ut in the Irkutsk region) go back to the Soviet Union´s K command economy. Although the Russian cases were subject to neoliberal industrial politics in the early post-ocialist era, a re- ationalisation of s n the resource industry is again visible today; namely, a system called by Saxinger (2016a) ‘re- ocialist neoliberalism’. s The idea of path dependence has been...
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSettlements at the Edge
    Subtitle of host publicationRemote Human Settlements in Developed Nations
    EditorsAndrew Taylor, Dean B. Carson, Prescott C. Ensign, Lee Huskey, Rasmus O. Rasmussen, Gertrude Saxinger
    Place of PublicationCheltenham, UK
    PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing
    Pages49-74
    Number of pages26
    ISBN (Electronic)9781784711962
    ISBN (Print)9781784711955
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    Publication statusPublished - 30 Sep 2016

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    Saxinger, G., Petrov, A., Krasnoshtanova, N., Kuklina, V., & Carson, D. A. (2016). Boom back or blow back? Growth strategies in mono-industrial resource towns-'East' and 'West'. In A. Taylor, D. B. Carson, P. C. Ensign, L. Huskey, R. O. Rasmussen, & G. Saxinger (Eds.), Settlements at the Edge: Remote Human Settlements in Developed Nations (pp. 49-74). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781784711962.00010
    Saxinger, Gertrude ; Petrov, Andrey ; Krasnoshtanova, Natalia ; Kuklina, Vera ; Carson, Doris A. / Boom back or blow back? Growth strategies in mono-industrial resource towns-'East' and 'West'. Settlements at the Edge: Remote Human Settlements in Developed Nations. editor / Andrew Taylor ; Dean B. Carson ; Prescott C. Ensign ; Lee Huskey ; Rasmus O. Rasmussen ; Gertrude Saxinger. Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016. pp. 49-74
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    Saxinger, G, Petrov, A, Krasnoshtanova, N, Kuklina, V & Carson, DA 2016, Boom back or blow back? Growth strategies in mono-industrial resource towns-'East' and 'West'. in A Taylor, DB Carson, PC Ensign, L Huskey, RO Rasmussen & G Saxinger (eds), Settlements at the Edge: Remote Human Settlements in Developed Nations. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 49-74. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781784711962.00010

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    Settlements at the Edge: Remote Human Settlements in Developed Nations. ed. / Andrew Taylor; Dean B. Carson; Prescott C. Ensign; Lee Huskey; Rasmus O. Rasmussen; Gertrude Saxinger. Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016. p. 49-74.

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    Saxinger G, Petrov A, Krasnoshtanova N, Kuklina V, Carson DA. Boom back or blow back? Growth strategies in mono-industrial resource towns-'East' and 'West'. In Taylor A, Carson DB, Ensign PC, Huskey L, Rasmussen RO, Saxinger G, editors, Settlements at the Edge: Remote Human Settlements in Developed Nations. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. 2016. p. 49-74 https://doi.org/10.4337/9781784711962.00010