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Agata Frankowska CDFMR, Izabella Łęcka CDFMR and Jan Frankowski CDFMR
Poland, along with other Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries, has been recognised as an emerging donor since the new millennium. The literature concerning Polish development assistance is rich, though it is not diversified in terms of the range of topics. Since the accession of Poland to the European Union, foreign institutions, non-governmental organisations and individual scientists have been analysing the Polish development cooperation system mainly from the perspective of the Visegrad Group countries ( Drążkiewicz-Grodzicka, 2013
Michal Klobučník CDFMR, Martin Plešivčák CDFMR and Milan Vrábeľ CDFMR
-league club during the period under review. Surprisingly this includes central France, as well as Spain, except for the centre with the capital Madrid . The unequal distribution of the market value of soccer clubs in England, as well as the footballingly and economically more advanced west of Germany compared to the east is also worth mentioning.
Average annual market value of football clubs in European Union NUTS 2 regions in 2007–2016
Source : research results (authorsˈ calculations)
Average annual total sports performance index of
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changes and population development scenarios as a tool for policy-makers at various levels of administration and governance, as good knowledge would be a resource for evidence-based urban development and housing policies. It would also be important for Portugal to be part of a regional programme, similar to the CentralEuropean Programme, that addressed spatial effects of demographic change on regional and urban development, as transnational cooperation is seen as relevant for tackling these issues (Schönerklee-Grasser, 2012).
The comparative content analysis had
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1.1 Public spaces
Since ancient times, the definition of public space has been nearly identical to that of municipal space ( Low and Smith, 2013 ). For this reason, public spaces are often referred to as a city’s or town’s genetic code, which contains important historical information. The above applies particularly to centrally located public spaces in historic towns whose urban form has evolved throughout the centuries. Old Town districts are often the most characteristic and representative element of a town which brings together members of