dominance of big city
In combination with a decrease in natural growth of the city's own population the situation may have a "slowing" effect on the pace of development and reconstruction of large and major cities, whose potential is formed under the influence of the complex process of functional and spatial redistribution of different types of productive economic activities: their marginalization of the suburbs, and polarization in the urban centers, those that require the most skilled types of labor.
Maintaining the "dynamic equilibrium", which provides the specific development of large and major cities as centers (now they get more development industry, which have a decisive influence on the pace of scientific and technological progress) and the surrounding areas as their areas of influence (along with the historically-formed service functions of the city center, they are increasingly settle it, branches, agencies.) continuously evolved based on the priority needs of large cities and migration loss, mainly rural population. However, the dominance of large cities
and the associated concentration of socio-economic and demographic potential of historically expedient to some extent, caused, including opportunities periphery, "providing" resources to the center, retain the ability to reproduce. Outside of such opportunities arise conditions, destabilizing the network of settlements, with consequent circumstances unexplored implications for the settlement as a whole.