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  • 1. Moscow
  • 2. Moscow holds…8% of the Population
  • 3. Moscow holds…8% of the Population10% of Employment
  • 4. Moscow holds…8% of the Population10% of Employment22% of the Russian Economy
  • 5. Moscow holds…8% of the Population10% of Employment22% of the Russian Economy65% of Foreign Investments
  • 6. Moscow +24% -3.6%
  • 7. MOSCOW RUSSIA MOSCOW RUSSIAMOSCOW RUSSIAMOSCOW RUSSIA
  • 8. "Чтобы улучшить развитие московского мегаполиса с учетом целей создания финансового центра, и чтобы облегчить жизнь огромному числу людей, может быть также рассмотрен вопрос о расширении границ Москвы. То есть о создании столичного федерального округа, выходящего за традиционные границы Москвы", - сообщил глава государства. "Причем с переносом за эти границы значительной доли административных функций федерального уровня и, соответственно, государственных учреждений", - подчеркнул Дмитрий Медведев "To improve the development of the Moscow megacity considering the aim of making it a financial center, and to make life easier for the vast number of people, it may also be considered to expand the borders of Moscow. That is, to create a Federal District, which goes beyond the traditional boundaries of Moscow", - said the head of the state. "And with transfer over these boundaries a significant proportion of administrative functions of the federal level and, accordingly, public institutions" - said Dmitry Medvedevhttp://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=480732
  • 9. PLANNED NEW BORDERS OF MOSCOW August 13, 2011 Zvenigorod Vnukovo (airport) Kommunarka Aprelevka Scherbinka Troitsk Zvenigorod Podolsk Klimovsk “Betonka” Small Moscow Ring Road Transport- Khovanskoe industrial Dump cementery cluster Student Campushttp://ria.ru/infografika/20110819/419624596.html
  • 10. Paris vs Moscow Urban Densityhttp://marketurbanism.com/2010/10/19/the-economics-of-redevelopment-and-the-shape-of-socialist-cities/
  • 11. There are some 15,000 hectaresof unused industrial zones alongthe small Railroad Ring , much ofwhich located along the MoscowRiver.Unfortunately most of this landhas been privatized and notimmediately available, making itof limited use for the accom-modation of further growth of thecity.
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  • 13. City 11.5MillionCKAD 4.5MillionOblast 2.5MillionTotal 18.5Million
  • 14. BUDGET SPENDINGS PER CAPITA IN 2011 MOSCOW MOSCOW OBLASTTRANSPORTATIONSOCIAL BENEFITSEDUCATIONHEALTHCAREHOUSINGOTHER
  • 15. GAVRIIL POPOV (1936) In 1991-1992 mayor of Moscow.“Moscow - a unique phenomenon. Ten million Muscovites are special peoplewho enjoy the privileges, of course relative, when compared with the rest of thecountry, because the government has always cared about to be in the capitalsurrounded by people who are least inclined to rebel, and more inclined tosupport. “ http://2000.net.ua/2000/svoboda-slova/istorija/47017
  • 16. Exemptions Applicable to Various Categories of MuscovitesMoscow residents1. Free travel on all modes of public transport2. Free manufacture and repair of dental prothesises (except for the cost of paying the cost of precious metals and metal)3. Exemption from payment of utility services and charges for removal and disposal of solid waste including family members4. 50% discount for payment of utility services5. 50% discount on the monthly phone service fee6. Benefits of pensions and taxation7. Free provision of medicines prescribed by doctors8. Receipt of credit organizations occasional soft loans for construction (purchase) of houses, apartments, cottages, landscaping gardens9. Priority for free accommodation in the homes of the municipal and state housing funds in need of better housing10. The special (primary) free installation of a landline11. Donation of dwellings in the case of eviction from office and residential premises12. 50% payment for the services of private security13. Free use of retirement departmental clinics, free medical service to an extraordinary provision in state and local health care14. Advantage when joining the housing and construction, garage, gardening cooperatives, receive free land15. The use of annual leave at a convenient time and a leave without pay for up to 30 working days a year16. If there is medical evidence to ensure priority tickets to spa organization17. Extraordinary admission to nursing homes for elderly and disabled18. Extraordinary (priority) entry in the horticultural, gardening and chalet-for-profit association of citizens19. The right to free travel by rail commuter transport20. Receiving out of competition in the state institutions of higher and secondary professional education, payment of the relevantscholarship, free training for new professions in the workplace, refresher courses while preserving 100% of salary for the last place ofemployment during the study time21. The preferential use of all types of communications services to institutions, cultural, educational, sporting and recreational facilities, theextraordinary purchase of tickets to all types of transport22. Free reception for use as a means of rehabilitation of vehicle (or financial compensation)23. An extraordinary treatment in state or municipal health institutions, provision of paid annual leave at a convenient time, prioritypurchase of concessionary vouchers for spa treatment24. Preferential maintenance of prosthetic and orthopedic devices; reimbursement for travel once a year, long-distance rail transport on theterritory of the Russian Federation25. Exemption from fees for garbage collection26. Free training and treatment, provision of living space on a priority basis, unemployment benefits for 6 months (the first time job seekers)http://www.vmdaily.ru/article/7103.html
  • 17. BUDGET REQUIRED FOR POPULATION OF 4 500 000 Moscow Budget: Moscow Oblast Budget: RUR 669 613 500 000 = RUR 217 251 000 000 = EUR 5 600 000 000EUR 17 000 000 000
  • 18. City 11.5MillionCKAD 4.5MillionOblast 2.5MillionTotal 18.5MillionFEDERAL SUBSIDY
  • 19. City 11.5MillionCKAD 4.5MillionOblast 2.5MillionTotal 18.5MillionFEDERAL SUBSIDY
  • 20. City 11.5MillionSW 0.3MillionOblast 7.2MillionTotal 18.5Million
  • 21. City 11.5MillionCKAD 4.5MillionOblast 2.5MillionTotal 18.5Million
  • 22. IN REALITY DACHA OWNERS TURNED FROM SOVIET TEMPORARY DWELLERS TO CONTEMPORARY PERMANENT DWELLERS BUT BY AUTHORITIES THEY STILL TREATED AS SEASONAL TOURISTS FROM THE CITY “UNNOFICCIALLY” OCCUPYING NATURE ENVIRONS MOUSCOVITES LIVING OUTSIDE THE CITY PREFER TO HOLD THEIR REGISTRATION TIE THEIR CITY FLAT, FOR HIGHER SOCIAL BENEFITS.ABINO 1987
  • 23. ‘Every year amount of pensioners inMoscow increases by 28 000. Most of themdon’t even reside in Moscow, and apply forMoscow propiska for social benefits andadditions to pensions.’ - Vladimir Petrosyan,Head of the Department of Social Security of Moscowhttp://vz.ru/economy/2011/7/29/511109.htmlhttp://vz.ru/economy/2011/7/29/511109.html
  • 24. MIGRANTS BY UNOFFICIAL STATISTIC 10 MILLIONS OF UNREGISTERED MIGRANTS LIVED IN MOSCOW AND MOSCOW REGION http://www.ogoniok.com/common/4898/1/19-16-1b.jpg
  • 25. Shoigu will start equalizing quality of life of Moscow Oblast residents and MuscovitesOne of the priorities, Shoigu said, is the creation of the Moscow metropolitan area. He addedthat over time quality of life in Moscow and Moscow Oblast should become equal “in terms ofsocial benefits, level of wages, fiscal capacity, and many other things“.April 5, 2012 http://interfax.ru/politics/news.asp?id=239576
  • 26. Social Card of the Moscow Oblast Residentshttp://voskresensk-rayon.ru/content/view/1713/220/
  • 27. Social Card of the Muscovitehttp://voskresensk-rayon.ru/content/view/1713/220/
  • 28. TERRITORIAL DIVISION OF RUSSIA: SUBJECTS OF FEDERATION
  • 29. TERRITORIAL DIVISION OF RUSSIA: SUBJECTS OF FEDERATION
  • 30. TERRITORIAL DIVISION OF RUSSIA: SUBJECTS OF FEDERATION
  • 31. TERRITORIAL DIVISION OF RUSSIA: SUBJECTS OF FEDERATION
  • 32. TOTAL AREA Moscow: Moscow Oblast:1 091 KM2 45 799 KM2
  • 33. AVERAGE LAND VALUE PER M2 Moscow Oblast: RUR 102 / M2= EUR 2.6 / M2 Moscow:RUR 6 058 / M2 =EUR 156 / M2
  • 34. TOTAL LAND VALUE AFTER MERGER Moscow: Moscow Oblast: RUR 6 610 000 000 000EUR 170 700 000 000 RUR 277 450 342 000 000 = EUR 7 165 000 000 000
  • 35. Moscow Oblast vs. SwitzerlandMoscow Oblast17 Million Inhabitants46 991 km2Switzerland7.9 Million Inhabitants41 285 km2
  • 36. WORLD (MOSCOW RUSSIA) Before 1991( WORLD MOSCOW ) RUSSIA After 1991
  • 37. Based on Forbes 2011, Moscow had 79billionaires, displacing New York as thecity with the greatest number ofbillionaires…Ody, Elizabeth (2011-03-10). "Carlos Slim Tops Forbes List of Billionaires for Second Year". Bloomberg. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-03-09/carlos-slim-tops-forbes-list-of-billionaires-for-second-year.html. Retrieved 2011-06-01.
  • 38. Moscow
  • 39. Moscow minus Soviet
  • 40. Post-Soviet
  • 41. R U S S RA
  • 42. R U S S RA
  • 43. R U S S RA
  • 44. Housing Construction (total floor area of housing 2006) (Rosstat 2007) Moscow Construction: Moscow Oblast Construction: 4.8 million sqm 6.4 million sqmhttp://www.constructionukraine.com/46483/Moscow-Province-leads-the-way-in-residential-construction.shtml
  • 45. MEGA-PROJECTS MOSCOW REGION CURRENT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
  • 46. 1.4Manhattan denigrates as “bridge-and-tunnelpeople” those who need infrastructuralsupport to enter the city. Our presentinsistence on the center makes us all bridge-and-tunnel people, second-class citizens inour own civilization, disenfranchised by thedumb coincidence of our collective exile fromthe center.Rem Koolhaas, The Generic City, 1995
  • 47. 1.4The recent discovery of the periphery as azone of potential value is only a disguisedinsistence on the priority of and dependencyon the center: without center, no periphery;the interest of the first presumablycompensates for the emptiness of the latter.Rem Koolhaas, The Generic City, 1995
  • 48. As the forces of production, most notablytechnology, improve, existing forms of urbanorganization become inefficient and stiflefurther progress. These inefficiencies manifestthemselves as urban contradictions in the cityin the form of a territorial struggle. Under theconditions of the free market, this strugglematerializes between the minority (the center)who own the means of production, and thevast majority of the population (theperiphery) who produce goods and services.Taking the idea that urban change occursbecause of the struggle between different andopposing territories within the city, theMoscow analysis leads to the conclusion thatthe free market oppresses the periphery,which leads to a revolution of the periphery.
  • 49. As the forces of production, most notablytechnology, improve, existing forms of socialurban organization become inefficient and stiflefurther progress. These inefficiencies manifestthemselves as social urban contradictions insociety the city in the form of class a territorialstruggle. Under the capitalist mode ofproduction conditions of the free market, thisstruggle materializes between the minority (thebourgeoisie center) who own the means ofproduction, and the vast majority of thepopulation (the proletariat periphery) whoproduce goods and services. Taking the ideathat social urban change occurs because of thestruggle between different and opposingclasses territories within society the city, theMarxistoscow analysis leads to the conclusionthat capitalism the free market oppresses theproletariat periphery, which leads to aproletarian revolution of the periphery.
  • 50. As the forces of production, most notablytechnology, improve, existing forms of socialorganization become inefficient and stiflefurther progress. These inefficiencies manifestthemselves as social contradictions in societyin the form of class struggle. Under thecapitalist mode of production, this strugglematerializes between the minority (thebourgeoisie) who own the means ofproduction, and the vast majority of thepopulation (the proletariat) who producegoods and services. Taking the idea that socialchange occurs because of the strugglebetween different classes, the Marxist analysisleads to the conclusion that capitalismoppresses the proletariat, which leads to aproletarian revolution.MARXISMFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • 51. Center PeripheryThesis
  • 52. Periphery Center Antithesis
  • 53. Multiple Centers Synthesis
  • 54. How does it work?
  • 55. http://www.gradremstroy.ru/izvestnye_bunkery/metro_2 Brezhnev, Andropov and other officials presumed to be inspecting Metro-2
  • 56. Metro-2 Map (Military forces in transition. DOD. 1991)http://www.metro.ru/metro2/