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The article examines the relationship between the volume of gross regional product and harmful emissions from stationary sources. The research was conducted on the basis of statistical data of the regions of the Volga Region Federal District for 2004–2017, presented in the official statistics of Rosstat. The regions that are leaders in terms of gross regional product and harmful emissions are identified. The correlation coefficient between the studied indicators for the analyzed period is calculated. An uneven distribution of the gross regional product and the volume of harmful emissions from stationary sources was revealed: there are regions with high gross regional product and low emissions, as well as regions with the opposite situation. For the regions of the Volga Region Federal District that have a relationship between the gross regional product and the volume of harmful emissions, a functional dependence is constructed in the form of a power function. These regions include the Republic of Tatarstan, Perm Krai, Orenburg Region, Samara Region, and Saratov Region. It should be noted that only the Republic of Tatarstan has a positive correlation coefficient greater than 0.7. The accuracy characteristics of the obtained functional dependencies indicate that they can be used for forecasting and further research.

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Elena P. Rostova

Samara National Research University

Author for correspondence.
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-6432-6590

Candidate of Economic Sciences, associate professor, associate professor of the Department of Mathematical Methods in Economics

Russian Federation

Ekaterina S. Cherepanova

Perm State University

ORCID iD: 0000-0002-8822-9680

Candidate of Sc. Geography, associate professor, Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics

Russian Federation


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