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Machbarkeitsstudien für regionale Projekte

-Inn), dass das Regionalmanagement u.a. auch Machbarkeitsstudien anwende, um die Realisierungschancen von Projekten zu ermitteln. 12 Doch hat sich bei Nachfrage in der zustandigen Stelle des Landratsamtes Rottal-Inn herausgestellt, dass die Machbarkeit von Projekten nicht systematisch unter- sucht wird, sondern sich die Umsetzbarkeit von Projektvorschlagen bei deren Ausarbeitung in Projekt- gruppen herauskristallisiert. 13 Diese Vorgehensweise scheint - zumindest dort - recht erfolgreich zu sein, denn es wird einer besonderen Managementleistung zugeschrieben, dass im

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Rescaling of Metropolitan Governance and Spatial Planning in Europe: an Introduction to the Special Issue

York, 13-48. Czarniawska B. Joerges B. 1996 Travels of Ideas Czarniawska B. Sevón G. Translating Organizational Change Berlin. New York 13 48 Dahl, R.A.; Tufte, E.R. (1973): Size and Democracy, Stanford. Dahl R.A. Tufte E.R. 1973 Size and Democracy Stanford Fedeli, V. (2017): Metropolitan Governance and Metropolitan Cities in Italy: Outdated Solutions For Processes of Urban Regionalisation? In: Raumforschung und Raumordnung 75, 3. Fedeli V. 2017 Metropolitan Governance and Metropolitan Cities in Italy: Outdated

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Revealing Relevant Proximities. Knowledge Networks in the Maritime Economy in a Spatial, Functional and Relational Perspective

production base. As a heterogeneous cluster of activities, the inner logic of cooperation and innovation in the maritime economy is critically affected by the flow of knowledge within and across activity fields ( Brandt/Dickow/Drangmeister 2010 ). According to these considerations we have defined 13 different activity fields that are part of the maritime economy. These comprise: boatbuilding, port corporations, port logistics, maritime services, maritime education and professional development, maritime science, marine engineering, marine engineering science, shipping

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Pendelbereitschaft von Arbeitnehmern in Deutschland
Willingness to commute of employees in Germany

¨ r d e n E x p o n e n t i a l − A n s a t z . $$\begin{array}{} \displaystyle \ln\left[\frac{{\rm v_{ij}}}{{\rm A_{i}}\cdot{\rm E_{j}}}\right]={\rm \beta_{0}}-{\beta_{1}}\cdot{\rm d_{ij}}+{\rm u_{ij}}\,{\rm f{\ddot{u}}r\,\, den\,\, Exponential- Ansatz}. \end{array} $$ (13) Beide Modelle lassen sich unter Annahme fehlender Autokorrelation und Heteroskedastizität mit der gewöhnlichen Kleinst-Quadrate-Methode schätzen. Eine Überprüfung auf räumliche Autokorrelation kann für diese Fragestellung nicht mit dem von Anselin (1988) entwickelten Instrumenten zur

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Governance and Design of Urban Infostructures
Analysing Key Socio-Technical Systems for the Vulnerability and Resilience of Cities

standards (e.g. INSPIRE 2008 : 13; GDI-DE 2010 : 14), this is not yet common practice at the local level. For example, in Germany only 25 % of the largest cities (above 200.000 inhabitants) currently apply the ISO norm for meta-data, which is, however, a precondition for data discovery and usage. The degree to which norms and standards are adopted locally will, therefore, affect especially city representations and cognitive orientations. 4.1 Data Layer Data has to be stored constantly to ensure its availability over time. It is structured and described in multiple

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Suburbanisation and Suburbanisms – Making Sense of Continental European Developments

. Winkelman S. Walters J. Chen D. 2008 Growing cooler. The evidence on urban development and climate change Washington, DC Fertner, C.; Jorgensen, G.; Sick Nielsen, T.A.; Nillson, K.S.B. (2016): Urban sprawl and growth management – drivers, impacts and responses in selected European and US cities. In: Future Cities and Environment 2, 9, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40984-016-0022-2 Fertner C. Jorgensen G. Sick Nielsen T.A. Nillson K.S.B. 2016 Urban sprawl and growth management – drivers, impacts and responses in selected European and

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Cluster Policies, Organising Capacity and Regional Resilience: Evidence from German Case Studies

project was not an original evaluation of cluster policies in three federal states and seven sub-state regions, addressees of cluster policies, most notably firms and research organisations, have not been included in the survey. Since the survey covered the federal and state levels as well, interviews were restricted to the three states of Bavaria, North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) and Lower Saxony, which accounted for 53, 44 and 35 interviewees respectively. A further 13 experts were active in more than one state or at the supra-state level more generally. At the state

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German Cities in the World City Network
Some Observations

1 Introduction Over the last decade, there has been a renaissance in the study of the connectivities and polycentricity of European cities in an age of economic prosperity and accelerating globalization ( Hall/Pain 2006 ; Taylor/Ni/Derudder et al. 2011 ). In these extant studies as well as in others (for example Hoyler/Freytag/Mager 2008 ; Derudder/Taylor/Ni et al. 2010 ), German cities, especially those associated with the Rhine hinterland, Ruhr and Main, have displayed relatively mediocre connectivity scores in relation to other European and global

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The Industrial Cluster Plan of the Japanese government and the realities of regional economies in Japan

only the introduction of a new good, but also the introduction of a new method of production into the concept of the “carrying out of new combinations.” It is self-evident that a better good can be produced through better process technology and its related organization ( OECD 2001 , pp. 12-13). The division of labor between final-goods makers and parts suppliers, including SMEs specializing in some process technology, is predominant in the metal and machinery manufacturing industries of Japan ( Watanabe 1997 ). Therefore, we cannot ignore process innovation and its

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Identifizierung und Analyse von Produktionsclustern
Das Beispiel der Filmwirtschaft in Potsdam-Babelsberg

industry: external economies, the division of labour, and the crossing of industrial divides. In: Cambridge Journal of Economics (1989) 13, S. 273–305; Blair, H.; Rainnie, A.: Flexible Films? In: Media, Culture & Society (2000) Vol. 22, S. 187–203; Coe, N.M.: A hybrid agglomeration? The development of a satellite-Marshallian industrial district in Vancouver's film industry. In: Urban Studies (2001) (im Erscheinen) Die Filmwirtschaft arbeitet projektbasiert, so hat beispielsweise nur die Hälfte der Beschäftigten am Standort Potsdam eine feste Anstellung. Schnelle

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