Irina Glebova, Alsu Kuchukbaeva, Andrey Vorobyev, Farid Abdulganiev


Objective: The modern citizen is becoming more demanding of the urban environment. When choosing a place to live, people pay attention not only to the availability of housing, and job vacancies, but also, in general, to the level and quality of life in the city. Method: The authors propose a methodology for analyzing the attractiveness of cities based on the calculation of integral indices for the attractiveness of the territory and its management and regulation. The approbation of this methodology was carried out based on a comparative analysis of Russian cities with a population of more than 1,000,000 people based on 40 indicators. Results: As a result of the conducted study, general and specific problems of cities have been identified and measures to increase their attractiveness have been proposed. Conclusions: Authors examined the content of the category "attractiveness of the territory" and its defining parameters.


Attractiveness of the territory; Comfort of the city; City management; Quality of life; Sustainable development.

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