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Poznań School of Socio-Economic Geography (And Spatial Management) of Adam Mickiewicz University (In Poznań)

the new voivodeship system in Poland European Planning Studies 10 6 Carfax Publishing 745 763 Churski P., 2008a. Czynniki rozwoju regionalnego i polityka regionalna w Polsce w okresie integracji z Unią Europejsk ą (Regional development factors and regional policy in Poland during the integration with the EU). Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, Poznań: 527. Churski P. 2008a Czynniki rozwoju regionalnego i polityka regionalna w Polsce w okresie integracji z Unią Europejską (Regional development factors and regional policy in Poland during the

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Urban Shrinkage and Regeneration of an Old Industrial City: The Case of Wałbrzych In Poland

. 17) , according to which this is a „comprehensive and integrated vision and action which leads to the resolution of urban problems and which seeks to bring about a lasting improvement in the economic, physical, social and environmental condition of an area that has been subject to change”. In this approach, the regeneration process of a shrinking city relates to the broader aspect of its transformation which embraces the whole change involving the integration of measures within its socio-demographic and economic structure, housing, technical and land

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Geomorphological Classification and Landforms Inventory of the Middle-Atlas Volcanic Province (Morocco): Scientific Value and Educational Potential

in this volcanic province with respect to the classification previously established by Martin (1981) , which does not integrate all the volcanic structures. The morphological classification suggested has been carried out assembling both exclusive factors around the Middle-Atlas and general factors on the volcanic dynamic process in other volcanic regions around the world. It is also evident that this simple classification could be useful to apply to other Moroccan volcanic regions. Despite being simple, our summarizing classification permits grouping all lava

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Eastern Poland as the Borderland of the European Union

Eastern Poland as the Borderland of the European Union

The purpose of the present paper is to characterise the socio-economic potentials of the regions situated on both sides of the Polish-Russian, Polish-Belarusian and Polish-Ukrainian boundaries (against the background of historical conditions), as well as the economic interactions taking place within these regions. The analysis, carried out in a dynamic setting, sought to identify changes that have occurred owing to the enlargement of the European Union (including those associated with the absorption of the means from the pre-accession funds and from the structural funds). The territorial reach of the analysis encompasses four Polish units of the NUTS 2 level (voivodeships, or "voivodeships"), situated directly at the present outer boundary of the European Union: Warmia-Mazuria, Podlasie, Lublin and Subcarpathia. Besides, the analysis extends to the units located just outside of the eastern border of Poland: the District of Kaliningrad of the Russian Federation, the Belarusian districts of Hrodna and Brest, as well as the Ukrainian districts of Volyn, Lviv and Zakarpattya.

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Neighbourhood-based social integration. The importance of the local context for different forms of resource transfer

neighbourhood effects can for instance be passed on to residents on account of a lack of resources, the dominance of negative role models, stigmatisation and discrimination ( Farwick 2012 : 391 ff.; cf. Galster 2012 ). At the same time, however, this local neighbourhood level offers low-income households in particular an important reference space influencing their social integration (in the sense of access to functional, social and symbolic resources) through interaction with other residents (cf. Forrest/Kearns 2001 ). In this context, special importance is accorded to

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Integrative Planning of Post-suburban Growth in the Glatt Valley (Switzerland)

governance and land-use regulation. The research focuses on a specific area of the greater Zurich region: the Glatt Valley. This is a region that in the past has been viewed as suburban Zurich but is now a place of employment and inward commuting trips associated with ever-increasing economic activity. It is also an area where state-driven infrastructure projects and integrative planning practices have been instrumental in its transformation. This paper shows how the integrative planning practices of local governance are driving this trajectory of development in the

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Territorial Cohesion in the Context of Interregional and Transnational Cooperation

Policy Debate’, European Journal of Spatial Development , Refereed Articles, 28. JANIN RIVOLIN, U. (2005a), ‘The Future of the ESDP in the Framework of Territorial Cohesion’, disP , 2, pp. 19-27. JANIN RIVOLIN, U. and FALUDI, A. (2005b), ‘The Hidden Face in European Spatial Planning: Innovations in Governance’, European Planning Studies , 13 (2), pp. 195-215. KOHLER-KOCH, B. (2002), ‘European Networks and Ideas: Changing National Policies?’, European Integration Online Papers (EioP), 6

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Die EU-Regionalpolitik im Spannungsfeld von Integration, regionaler Konvergenz und wirtschaftlichem Wachstum
EU regional policy between integration, regional convergence and economic growth

wachstumsstarken Wirtschaftsraum zu machen, stark an Bedeutung gewonnen. Im vorliegenden Beitrag wird im Hinblick auf die Ziele Konvergenz und wirtschaftliches Wachstum versucht, die bisherige Regionalpolitik zu bilanzieren und einen Ausblick auf die neue Förderperiode zu geben, die mit Beginn des Jahres 2007 angelaufen ist. Die Entstehung und die Ziele der Regionalpolitik sind eng verbunden mit den verschiedenen Schritten der europäischen Integration. Deshalb wird zunächst nachgezeichnet, wie es zur heutigen EU-Regionalpolitik gekommen ist (Kap. 2). Dabei wird deutlich, dass

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„Hamburg in Bewegung“. Räumliche Mobilität und die Arbeitsmarktintegration unter sozialversicherungspflichtig Beschäftigten in Hamburg

Pendeln und der Arbeitsmarktplatzierung in Deutschland und der Schweiz nach ( Abraham/Nisic 2007 : 75). Für beide Länder ist ein positiver Effekt zwischen regionaler Mobilität und der Höhe des Einkommens nachzuweisen. In diesem Beitrag steht der Zusammenhang zwischen räumlicher Mobilität und der Arbeitsmarktintegration im Mittelpunkt. Nach einer Beschreibung des Datensatzes und der Untersuchungsregion in den folgenden Kapiteln 2 und 3 wird im 4. Kapitel die Integration in den Arbeitsmarkt in Verbindung mit der Pendlermobilität diskutiert: Betrachtet wird Pendeln in

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Transnational Metropolitan Development Strategies and Governance in a Post-Socialist Setting: The Case of Szczecin

., Mizgajski A. (eds), Powiat poznański. Jakość przestrzeni i jakość życia. Bogucki Wydawnictwo Naukowe, Poznań: 15-36. Kaczmarek T., Mikuła Ł., 2010. Poznańska ścieżka integracji metropolitalnej (The Poznań metropolitan integration path). In: Lutrzykowska R., Gawłowski R. (eds), Wyzwanie polskiej polityki miejskiej. Adam Marszałek, Toruń: 168-187. Kiernożycka-Sobejko A., 2011. Transgraniczny charakter Szczecina szansą jego rozwoju (The transboundary nature of Szczecin city is an opportunity for its development). Współczesne Problemy

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