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  • Scientific and technological potentials in developing countries as national and international economic factors
  • The development of a national scientific and technological potential in developing countries is a vital aspect in their sphere of social and economic life. The authors compare these potentials in different regions of the earth. - (IH)
  • The economic potential of Assam in a changing India
  • Assam, located at India's northeastern periphery, is economically lagging far behind many others states of the country. But the state's rich natural and human resource base suggests that Assam has a potential for economic upturn in the near future
  • . This essay investigates the status of natural resources and infrastructures and explores the possibilities for a sustainable economic development. - (IfL)
  • A survey of the agro-ecological potential of Hungarian agriculture
  • A synthesis of scientific accomplishments, data and practical experience, the survey has shown that agricultural production can be raised by as much as 80 per cent by the year 2000. The realization of natural potentialities is dependent on social
  • and economic factors. (DLO).
  • Economic and population potential fields in Central Europe
  • In this study I make an attempt to map the economic and population forcefield of Central Europe with the application of the potential model. Accordingly I analyse the effect of the western part of the area on East-central Europe in a core-periphery
  • relation : how does it influence its position in the potential fields. Beside I try to search local centres in East-Central Europe (both in the economic and population forcefield), which can counterbalance the effect of the western parts. I pay emphasized
  • The northern sea route : commercial potential, economic significance, and infrastructure requirements
  • The A. surveys past, present and potential future Northern Sea Route cargo flows. The route's economic potential and importance, both as an international transit route and as transport corridor to and from the Russia Arctic regions, are discussed
  • The potential for cost-increasing technological innovation under a taxbased, economic incentive pollution control policy
  • The potential for economic valuation of watershed protection in mountainous areas: a case study form Bolivia
  • Agricultural practice ; Andes ; Bolivia ; Economic cost ; Environmental conservation ; Methodology ; Mountain ; Resource management ; Soil conservation ; Watershed
  • A case study from Bolivia demonstrates that a relatively inexpensive economic analysis can develop a strong case for a watershed management project. - (DWG)
  • Economic potential of regions - modelling the spatial structure of Hungary in the period of transition
  • This paper presents economic potential of regions and the spatial structure of Hungary in the period of transition. Author describes models of uneven spatial development - models of spatial polarisation, models of development based on internal
  • resources underwent significant development between the 1970s and 1990s, the centre-periphery models, the globalisation theories and spatial inequalities. The influence of most important economic partners of Hungarian regions has also taken
  • The dynamics of outgoing tourism: potentials and threats of holiday travel and destination choices
  • Demand ; Economic impact ; Holidays ; Netherlands (The) ; Recreation migration ; Supply ; Tourism ; Tourism potential ; Tourist flow ; Trip
  • A magyar megogazdasag agrookologiai potencialja az ezredfordulon. 1 (Agroecological potential of Hungarian agriculture at the turn of the millenium).
  • The results of the agroecological survey of Hungary involving 32 institutions are summarized. Prognoses are given, among others, for crop cultivation, social requirements and for the optimalization of crop cultivation. Social and economic conditions
  • are appreciated in order to use this potential. (DLO).
  • Az idegenforgalmi potencial szamitogépes térképi meghatarozasa. (Automatic mapping and assessment of holidaying potentials)
  • The special requirements of long-term recreation/holidaying/are provided or restricted by the conditions of the physical and the socio-economic environment. Authors applied a computer program to assess the recreational potentials of areal units
  • The development potentiality and prospect of China's coastal area
  • China ; Coastal environment ; Development strategy ; Eastern China ; Economic growth ; Economic integration ; Hinterland ; Natural resources ; Regional development ; Resource management
  • In this zone, there are obvious superiorities for regional economic development, such as favourable geographical location, natural and labour resources. The development strategy for this region is to develop labour and technology-intensive
  • The rediscovery of accessibility and economic potential: the critical issue of self-potential
  • Accessibility ; Economic potential ; Employment area ; Great Britain ; Model ; Regional system ; Road network ; Transport cost ; United Kingdom
  • Confronting uneven development in Thailand : the potential role of rural industries
  • Special issue : Proceedings of the First International Conference on Geography in the ASEAN Region. Part II. Environment and resources; socio-economic issues
  • Towards generic interventions to stimulate growth potential in small towns of the Western Cape Province, South Africa
  • Creative class ; Economic potential ; Green economy ; Small town ; South Africa ; Town ; Western Cape
  • There numerous small towns that fail to develop in South Africa. The main aim of the paper is to provide theoretical and practical discussion on recommendations for potential development strategies, particularly for those towns with a low and very
  • low development potential. It also suggests a number of generic intervention strategies for Western Cape small towns with low development and growth potential. These include cross-boundary collaboration, renewable energy, waste recycling, investing
  • Meta-analysis of environmental issues in regional, urban and transport economics
  • to case studies in the field of environmental economics is potentially more intricate than in many other areas of economics. Meta-analysis is a potentially useful way of supplementing knowledge in a relatively speedy and cost-effective way.
  • [b1] Dep. of Spatial Economics, Free Univ., Amsterdam, Pays-Bas
  • Economic impact of potential new industries in a four-state area
  • Potential channels of immigrant influence on the economy of the receiving country
  • Economic impact ; Economic theory ; Externalities ; Immigration ; Internal migration ; International migration ; Labour market ; Labour migration ; Migration ; Population growth ; United States of America
  • This paper discusses certain problems with the use of the production theory and public sector channels, and also describes the potential importance of other channels, as indicated for other countries and/or for the U.S. during other periods of time
  • Developing indicators to assess the potential for urban regeneration : improvements using the 1991 Census of Population samples of anonymised records
  • Economic potential ; Indicator ; Labour market ; Multivariate analysis ; Population census ; Professional qualification ; Socio-economic system ; United Kingdom ; Urban economy
  • Possibilities of tapping the natural yield potential of the Babassu forests in Northeastern Brazil by environment-orientated resource management
  • It can be stated that the market offer found in the Babassu region is unsatisfying in relation to the existing yield potential and the given demand. This deficiency must be attributed to the unsatisfactory economic development of the Babassu forests
  • . Essentially, the problem can be determined as one of production, the impeding factors beeing mainly the socio-economic conditions. - (l'A.).