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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kristina Freze
Review of Projects in the Culture Sector between Russia and Germany (the Case of Saint-Petersburg)
Public Administration
(Master’s programme)
2018
The thesis presents a comprehensive analysis of cultural projects between Russia and Germany.

The first chapter describes the features of economic relations in the sphere of culture. Culture is not only a source of knowledge, but a factor of economic development of individual regions and the country as a whole. The final aspect in the theoretical part of the dissertation research is the issues of state regulation in the sphere of culture of the two countries, their fundamental differences and similarities.

The second Chapter describes the experience of state regulation of the regional economy of the two countries. The experience of Germany clearly demonstrates the need for state regulation of regional development, through which it is possible to overcome territorial differences, to strengthen the integrity and unity of the Russian state. Particular attention is paid to the international partnership of the twin cities of Hamburg and St. Petersburg.

As the evaluation of the project in the sphere of culture between Russia and Germany, the author of the study selected the project "The Week of Germany", which for 15 years has been one of the main events in the cultural and economic life of the city. The author of the research formulated methodological recommendations to improve the management of projects in culture based on the analysis of the format of the "Week of Germany".

2017 - 2018 for the two countries is the Russian-German year of regional-municipal partnerships. As a result, the practical part of the dissertation research is based on the project "Twinning cities - the case of young: new meanings" developed by the author as a part of the working group, which will be relevant for local governments of twin cities of Hamburg and St. Petersburg. Thus, the third chapter, based on the two previous chapters, emphasizes the relevance of the stated subject and also has a further personal professional perspective for the author.

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