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  • Depressed regions - or depressed regional policy ? 10 years of slovak experience.
  • Development strategy ; Regional development ; Regional policy ; Slovak Republic ; Urban development
  • The contribution deals with the following subjects : 1. Starting conditions of regional transformation 2. Positive Development Momentum 3. Ups and downs of the slovak regional policy. - (MT)
  • Analysis of public employment impact multipliers in depressed areas
  • Analyse économique ; Economie régionale ; Emploi ; Géographie humaine ; Multiplicateur régional ; Région déprimée ; Secteur public
  • RAVINS ET DEPRESSIONS FERMEES DU CONTINENTAL TERMINAL IVOIRIEN
  • ABIDJAN, REGION ; BASSIN SEDIMENTAIRE ; CONTINENTAL TERMINAL ; COTE D'IVOIRE ; DEPRESSION FERMEE ; GEOMORPHOLOGIE ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; ZONE INTERTROPICALE
  • LE BASSIN SEDIMENTAIRE SECONDAIRE-TERTIAIRE DE COTE D'IVOIRE EST TRAVERSE D'EST EN OUEST PAR UNE FAILLE IMPORTANTE, L'ACCIDENT DES LAGUNES. AU NORD DE CET ACCIDENT LES SEDIMENTS DU CONTINENTAL TERMINAL ARGILO-SABLEUX S'OUVRENT DES DEPRESSIONS
  • FERMEES, DONTL'ORIGINE POURRAIT SE TROUVER DANS UN LESSIVAGE SOUTERRAIN. LA PRESENTE ETUDE EST LA DESCRIPTION TOPOGRAPHIQUE D'UNE DE CES DEPRESSIONS. (FN).
  • Les critères de la déprise des régions
  • Concept ; Deprivation ; Japan ; Regional economy
  • The Federal program concerning the Development of the Depressed Regions is being worked out in the Russian Federation, though for the time being there is no clear definition of a depressed regions as well criteria for obtainig this status. Any
  • territory seeking for the federal subsidies is ready to claim for the status of depressed region. The article contains the analysis the Japanese legislative practice in this field and evaluation of possibility to use such a machinery in modern Russia
  • . The main stress is put on the problem of employment reduction in depressed industries of regions and the role of all-level authorities in the solution of the problem. The importance of forecasting and preventive measures is pointed out.
  • The pedological regionalization of the Subcarpathian depression Cracaˇu-Bistriţa
  • Classification ; Regionalization ; Romania ; Soil ; Soil science ; Taxonomy
  • Evolution and opening of closed depressions developed in a quartz-kaolinitic sedimentary substratum at Taubaté basin (São Paulo, Brazil), and anlogy to the slope evolution
  • Brazil ; Chemical erosion ; Closed depression ; Dating ; Geomorphogenesis ; Groundwater ; Peat bog ; Relief ; Sedimentary ; Slope ; São Paulo ; Tectonics ; Weathering
  • of the Taubaté basin, allowed reconstruction of the evolution of this depression, and estimation of the rate of sinking. Chemical erosion is the main agent for the generation of landforms in this region.
  • This study attempts to differentiate the chemical role from that of surface mechanical transport in the evolution of closed depressions and associate valleys. The occurrence of dated peat (17,000-12,500 yr B.P.) in the soil in a closed depression
  • Erosion of primary volcanic depressions in the Inner Carpathian Volcanic Chain
  • This paper, summarising and evaluating regional data of recent research, focusses on the characteristics of erosion and drainage pattern observed on the youngest to oldest volcanic depressions of the Carpathians. Eroded craters, calderas, failure
  • -related and volcano-tectonic depressions are distinguished, and the course and geomorphic characteristics of their degradation are discussed.
  • Examining the factors associated with depression at the small area level in Ireland using spatial microsimulation techniques
  • Accessibility ; Health ; Health policy ; Ireland ; Medical services ; Regional analysis ; Spatial distribution ; Spatial variation
  • Accesibilidad ; Análisis regional ; Distribución espacial ; Irlanda ; Política de la salud ; Salud ; Servicios de salud ; Variación espacial
  • The World Health Organisation (WHO) predicts that, world-wide, depression will be the second largest source of burden of disease by 2020. It is currently estimated that approximately 300,000 Irish people experience depression. This paper aims
  • to address the accessibility of mental health services to individuals with depression. First, a simple logistic regression model is used to identify the determinants of depression at the national level. Secondly, the spatial distribution of individuals
  • with depression is estimated at the small area, ED level using a spatial microsimulation model. Finally, a spatial interaction model is used to analyse access to acute inpatient facilities at the national level and community-based facilities for individuals
  • with depression at the sub-national level. The policy implications of these results are discussed in relation to both the health care literature and current Irish health care policy.
  • Régions agricoles à problèmes en Pologne
  • Agriculture ; Crisis ; Depressed region ; Family farming ; Poland
  • Agriculture ; Agriculture familiale ; Crise ; Pologne ; Région déprimée
  • The paper deals with some essential problems related to methodology and geographical characteristic of marginal areas of Polish agriculture. The A. presents eight problems and seven depressed areas of Polish individual agriculutre.
  • Relative instability of colluvium-filled bedrock depressions
  • Field data have been obtained for 80 colluvium-filled bedrock depressions (CBDs) and adjacent slopes on moderately steep, highly dissected, greywacke terrain of the Wellington Region, New Zealand. The response of this terrain to landslide-triggering
  • Altitude ; Closed depression ; Precipitation ; Rainfall ; Relief ; Risk ; Romania ; Statistical analysis ; Transylvania
  • By frequency analysis we found some lows of probalities having regional character in the Depression of Transylvania : Log-Pearson III for monthly 24th max., Gumbel for annual 24h max. and Weibull for rain intensity. The suggested relationships
  • between the model parameters and the altitude emphasize that the risks of extremities depend on the first and second order relief, the shape of depression and the altitude. - (BJ)
  • Scarpfoot depressions in South-Central Sahara - State of knowledge and critical reviews
  • Africa ; Cenozoic ; Cretaceous ; Cuesta ; Niger ; Palaeogeography ; Regional geology ; Sahara ; Sedimentary basin ; Stratigraphy ; Structural geomorphology ; Tectonics
  • Cenozoíco ; Cretáceo ; Cuenca sedimentaria ; Cuesta ; Estratigrafía ; Geología regional ; Geomorfología estructural ; Paleogeografía ; Tectónica
  • In this paper reflections on the development of scarpfoot depressions are presented from a geomorphologic-geological, and sedimentological point of view. They are intended to clarify whether post-sedimentary relief development in Central Sahara
  • of geomorphogenetic aspects. The studies concentrate on the Bilma basin where actually elongated endorheic depressions in the western forelands are ubiquitous.
  • The author used morphometrical methods in the investigation of volcanic depressions in the Carpathians. The results encouraged him to contradict the « erosion caldera » theory in the region and to set up a new hypothesis about the origin of some
  • great depressions there. - (JS)
  • Asturias ; Depressed region ; Industrial region ; Industrial restructuring ; Industry ; Restructuring process ; Spain
  • Asturias ; Espagne ; Industrie ; Reconversion ; Restructuration industrielle ; Région déprimée ; Région industrielle
  • An archaeology of dereliction : poetics and policy in the governing of depressed industrial districts in interwar England and Wales
  • Cumberland ; Depressed region ; Economic crisis ; Economic policy ; England and Wales ; Historical geography ; Industrial decline ; Industrial district ; Industrial policy ; Industry ; Regional economy ; Twentieth Century ; Tyne and Wear ; United
  • Années 1920 ; Années 1930 ; Crise économique ; Cumberland ; District industriel ; Déclin industriel ; Economie régionale ; England and Wales ; Géographie historique ; Industrie ; Politique industrielle ; Politique économique ; Royaume-Uni ; Région
  • Accessibility ; Depressed region ; Hungary ; Settlement ; Transport
  • Accessibilité ; Autocar ; Hongrie ; Peuplement ; Région déprimée ; Transport
  • The article is an analysis of connection between the accessibility of the setllements and their economic, social feature. The case study focuses no the problems caused by alteration of coach line schedules in a backward region (in the neighbourhood
  • Regionalism in the Great Depression
  • Demographic decline ; Demographic structure ; Demography ; Depopulation ; Emigration ; Poland ; Regional development ; Resource management
  • The article discusses demographic proceses that either stimulate or restrain transformation. Excessive emigration from the East of Poland has led to depopulation followed by depression. The article presents the demographic diversification
  • of the above area in terms of structure, as well as in regard to different factors and the results of emigration. Chances for increased activity in the region centre around ecodevelopment and cross-border cooperation. An economic balance can be reached through
  • an effective management of resources capable of reversing depressive tendencies. - (BJ)
  • Industrial decline, restructuring and relocation: Aston and the Great Victorian Depression in Redundant spaces in cities and regions? Studies in industrial decline and social change.
  • The A. develops industrial restructuring in the context of Birmingham in the Great depression of the 1870s and 1880s. Small workshops in inner Birmingham, with a finely graded, differentiated and highly skilled workforce were replaced by factory
  • Agglomeration and regional growth policy: externalities versus comparative advantages
  • Cluster ; Depressed region ; Externalities ; Regional economy ; Regional policy
  • Cluster ; Commerce inter-régional ; Economie régionale ; Externalités ; Politique régionale ; Région déprimée
  • Agrupación de actividades ; Economía regional ; Externalidades ; Política regional ; Región deprimida
  • to the clustering mode of production in the regional context. Third, the paper contributes to give a more accurate theoretic basis to the regional cluster policy and to help policy-makers in choosing the right policy for increasing the well-being of depressed
  • externalities by extending the “advantages of backwardness” approach, formerly developed to explain the catching-up of national economies, to the regional conecontext. Second, it presents a new model that relates static and dynamic externalities
  • regions. The major conclusion is that policy must pursue a combination of the comparative advantage principle with one type of dynamic externalities un-covered in this paper: the “related variety benefits” of agglomeration.