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Large cities in Poland in face of demographic changes

. Klimanek, T., 2012: Wyniki badania zachowań migracyjnych mieszkańców Poznania (The results of the study the migratory behavior of inhabitants of Poznan - in Polish). In: Gołata, E. editor, Migracje mieszkańców dużych miast, Poznań: Wydawnictwo UE w Poznaniu, pp. 133-150. Kuropka, I. and Pisz, Z., 2012: Zmiany demograficzne a zadania polityki społecznej (Demographic changes and social policy tasks - in Polish). In: Zagórowska, A. editor, Ludność Nadodrza 1946-2035. Uwarunkowania demograficzne rozwoju społecznego, Studia i Monografie, Z. 319, Opole

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Societal implication and challenges of demographic change – some introductory remarks

References [1] Arefäll, E.-L. (2003). Schulische Infrastruktur und Schülertransport in ländlichen Gemeinden Schwedens. In: Informationen zur Raumentwicklung, Heft 12: 755-759. [2] Augeneder, S., Lengauer, L., Mild, E., Reichenberger, J. & Wally, S. (2011). Diese Entwicklungen werden Salzburg bis 2030 prägen. In: Reihe Arbeitspapiere Praxis der Robert-Jungk-Stiftung. Salzburg: Robert-Jungk-Bibliothek für Zukunftsfragen. [3] Bausch, T. (2012). Spatial Planning, Regional Development and Demographic Change: The

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How can “gender planning” contribute to tackle the challenges of demographic change?

). Landschaftsplanung als Qualitätssicherung zur Umsetzung der Strategie des Gender Mainstreaming. Theoretische und methodische Konzepte eines gendergerechten Planungsprozesses als Bestandteil des Örtlichen Entwicklungskonzeptes dargestellt an der Fallstudie Tröplach/Stadtgemeinde Hermargor/Pressegger See (Kärnten). Wien: Guthmann-Peterson. [9] Demochange (2013). Der demographische Wandel. Herausforderungen für Raumplanung und Regionalentwicklung. Land Salzburg. [10] Demochange (2011a). Demographic Change in Model Regions Pongau-Pinzgau-Lungau. [Short

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Demographic Change, Ageing and Societal Challenges in Europe

Demographic Change, Ageing and Societal Challenges in Europe

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RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MARKET IN THE FUNCTIONAL URBAN AREA OF OLSZTYN IN THE CONTEXT OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES

References BICZKOWSKA M., 2013, Przemiany demograficzne w strefie podmiejskiej Wrocławia na przykładzie gminy Siechnice (Demographic changes in the suburban zone of Wrocław as exemplified by the commune of Siechnice), In: Wójcik M. (ed.) Regionalny wymiar przemian polskiej wsi - aspekty przestrzennoekonomiczne (Regional dimension of transformations of Polish rural areas - spatial and economic aspects). Studia obszarów Wiejskich (Studies on Rural Areas), vol. XXXIV, pp. 161-174. BOROWSKA-STEFAŃSKA M., ULAŃSKA J., 2012

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Added value from European Territorial Co-operation: the impact of demographic change in the Alps on the young

: European Spatial Development Perspective - Towards Balanced and Sustainable Development of the Territory of the EU Committee on Spatial Development, Brussels: CEC. Commission of the European Communities, 2005: Green Paper ‘Confronting demographic change: a new solidarity between the generations’. COM (2005) 94 final. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/site/en/com/2005/com2005_0094en01.pdf, DoA: 10 October 2013. Commission of the European Communities, 2008: Green Paper on Territorial Cohesion - Turning territorial diversity into strength

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Peri-Urban Development as a Significant Rural Development Trend

mosaic of Saxony-Anhalt: The future of the housing market in demographic change). IFL, Leipzig. Garrod B., Wornell R., Youell R., 2006. Re-conceptualizing rural resources as countryside capital: The case of rural tourism. Journal of Rural Studies 22: 117–128. Gebhardt H., Glaser R., Radtke U., Reuber P., 2007. Geographie, Physische Geographie und Humangeographie (Geography, physical geography and human geography). Spektrum, Berlin/Heidelberg. Gehrlein U., 2012. An der Randern der Metropole: Entwicklung, Funktion und Probleme periurbaner Raume in

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Global Demographic Change and the Case of Low Fertility

(ed. Ludlow, P), pp.102-124, The European Strategy Forum, Ponte de Lima, Portugal. Leeson, G.W. (2011) Prepared or Not, Latin America Faces the Challenge of Aging, Current History, Journal of Contemporary World Affairs, Vol. 110, No. 733, pp. 75-80. Leeson, G.W. (2014) Drivers of demographic change in the 20 th and 21 st centuries, in International Handbook on Ageing and Public Policy (eds. Harper, S. & Hamblin, K.), pp. 23-35, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. Leeson, G.W. (2014a) Future prospects for longevity, Post Reproductive Health , Vol

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Demographic changes in Polish cities in the years 1950-2016

the directions and dynamics of demographic changes, the shorter the distances in general and for cities of over 100,000 are similar, but, from 1990 onwards, the trajectories of big cities show a clear and dramatic turnaround, and a greater decrease in population from 1990 to 2016 ( Fig. 2C) . The main factors in changes in urban population in the study period are natural increase, migration balance, real increase and number of cities. After World War II (WWII) there was a rapid growth in urbanisation in Poland. The characteristic trait of Polish urbanisation in the

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Investment Strategies of Housing Developers in Light of Demographic Changes in Polish Society (Selected Problems)

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The main topic assumed in the deliberations of the present article is the phenomenon of dynamic changes in the demographic structure of the Polish society and their influence on the direction of changes in the development of selected aspects of the residential real estate market and its financing.

As it turns out, the increasingly evident aging of the Polish society, on the one hand, and high emigration of working-age youth, who set up families abroad, on the other, have their multidirectional determinants and implications also in the context of the residential real estate market. This interesting and relatively new - as far as the Polish economy is concerned - phenomenon requires a more in-depth diagnosis and analysis by various experts

Based on the newest available GUS, NBP, ZBP, BIK and KNF reports and statistics, as well as documents of developers, the development strategies of real estate development companies and the functioning of the banking sector engaged in financing the residential real estate market were analyzed in terms of their suitability to the occurring and forecasted demographic changes in society.

The aim of the study is to indicate the need to reduce the risk of developers' projects and entities engaged in servicing the real estate market by continuously adapting their offers to changing socioeconomic conditions.

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