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  • Economic and social changes in Hungary
  • Economic policy ; Economic restructuring ; Foreign investment ; Housing market ; Hungary ; Labour market ; Modernization ; Privatisation ; Social change
  • Changement social ; Hongrie ; Investissement étranger ; Marché du logement ; Marché du travail ; Modernisation ; Politique économique ; Privatisation ; Restructuration économique
  • In this paper authors highlight some of the most important features of the economic and social change in Hungary which have taken place since 1989. Among others political, economic and social factors that have influenced the post-socialist
  • Izucenie social'no-ekonomiceskih territorial'nyh sistem. (Research of social-economic spatial systems)
  • This article deals with the theoretical and methodological problems of economic geography, mainly with the theory of social-economic spatial systems, and study of settlement system, as well as with the problems concerning the relationship of social
  • , economic and social-economic geography.
  • Social and economic statistics for Africa.
  • A useful source book for social scientists. (EMS).
  • Over-all economic indices. Social security and social institutions, 1981-1986
  • Bien-être ; Données 1978-1987 ; Economie ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Indicateur économique ; Protection sociale ; Service social ; Sécurité sociale ; Yougoslavie
  • The development of tourism in the Swiss Alps : economic, social and environmental effects
  • Alpes occidentales ; Changement social ; Economie de montagne ; Etude d'impact ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Géographie humaine ; Mutation rurale ; Suisse ; Tourisme
  • Elaborates a basic model of tourist development that takes into account economic, social and environmental values. - (D. W. Gade).
  • Is social capital useful for explaining economic development in Polish regions?
  • Civil society ; Economic development ; Economic growth ; Infrastructure ; Investment ; Organization ; Poland ; Social capital ; Social geography
  • Capital social ; Croissance économique ; Développement économique ; Géographie sociale ; Infrastructure ; Investissement ; Organisation ; Pologne ; Société civile
  • Capital social ; Crecimiento económico ; Desarrollo económico ; Geografía social ; Infraestructura ; Inversión ; Organización ; Polonia ; Sociedad civil
  • The objective of this article is to identify the spatial variation of different forms of social capital in regions of Poland and then to test a hypothesis on the impact of this capital on regional economic development. The results demonstrate
  • that despite the existing differences between regions there are no significant relationships between levels of social capital and economic development. This may be explained either by low social capital levels or by the overall degree of Polish economic
  • Relocating gender and rural economic strategies
  • Appalachian Mountains ; Economic restructuring ; Economic strategy ; Entrepreneurship ; Gender ; Homework ; Household ; Identity ; Labour ; Social geography ; United States of America ; West Virginia
  • Appalachian Mountains ; Esprit d'entreprise ; Etats-Unis ; Genre ; Géographie sociale ; Identité ; Ménage ; Restructuration économique ; Stratégie économique ; Travail ; Travail à domicile ; West Virginia
  • The A. examines home-based work in an economic network to highlight the intersection of gender and economic practices in rural Appalachia. The case study for this project is an economic network comprised of sixty home-based workers who produce
  • knitwear for regional and national markets. The complexity of shifting economic livelihoods in the rural Appalachian context is examined. The analysis focuses on the (re)negotiation of gender identities by home-based workers in the context of economic
  • A review of economic research in Nigeria: Nigerian Journal of Economics and Social Studies
  • Context in economic geography: the relevance of pragmatism
  • Economic geography ; Post-modernism ; Research ; Social practice ; Social relations
  • Géographie économique ; Postmodernisme ; Pragmatisme ; Pratique sociale ; Rapports sociaux ; Recherche
  • There has been a growing interest in types of contextual approach in recent economic geography. The first contextual theme emphasizes that social processes are spatial and made up of specific geographical contexts. The influence of postmodernist
  • and poststructuralist ideas in economic geography is another usage of contextualism. Sraffian and neoinstitutionalist economic geographies highlight some interesting research programmes, which should be supplemented by a recourse to the pragmatist tradition.
  • Social and economic change in modern Peru
  • Rural telephone in Indonesia and Thailand: social and economic benefits
  • Panama's Special Economic Zones: Balancing Growth and Development
  • Comparative study ; Economic development ; Head office ; Panama ; Poverty ; Regional economy ; Social development ; Social geography ; Social policy ; economic development ; special economic zones
  • Colón ; Développement social ; Développement économique ; Economie régionale ; Etude comparée ; Géographie sociale ; Panama ; Panama City ; Pauvreté ; Politique sociale ; Réexportation ; Siège social ; Zone économique spéciale
  • Desarrollo económico ; Desarrollo social ; Economía regional ; Estudio comparativo ; Geografía social ; Panamá ; Pobreza ; Política social ; Sede social
  • capital-intensive rather than labour-intensive. It argues that while this may be a sound economic growth strategy at the national scale, it must be complemented with directed, local strategies to address the country's chronic social development issues
  • Economic and non-economic estimation of closses incurred due to the degradation of natural environment
  • Analyse coût-avantage ; Coût social ; Dégradation de l'environnement ; Environnement ; Gestion des ressources ; Géographie humaine ; Lutte contre la pollution ; Qualité de la vie
  • The economist is unable to determine all variables of the system nature-economy-space in terms of value and other specialists must co-operate. A progress can be made in a closer relationship between the ecologization of economics
  • and the economization and humanization of natural sciences.
  • Theorizing practice in economic geography : foundations, challenges, and possibilities
  • Critical realism ; Decision making process ; Economic geography ; Epistemology ; Methodology ; Social practice
  • Epistémologie ; Géographie économique ; Méthodologie ; Pratique sociale ; Réalisme critique ; Stratégie d'acteurs
  • Epistemología ; Estrategia de actores ; Geografía económica ; Metodología ; Práctica social
  • The AA. first highlight the diverse strands of economic geography scholarship that have an explicit interest in practices and then propose an epistemological and methodological framework for a practice-oriented economic geography. A reformulated
  • retroductive methodology is outlined to assess the impacts and theoretical significance of particular economic-geographical practices.
  • Economic modernization and social change : evidence from Mumford, a Ghanaian fishing village
  • Changement social ; Economie locale ; Endettement ; Ghana ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Modernisation ; Pêche
  • A study of change in fishing technology and of the effect in the local economy, leading to indebtedness, and changing social consciousness. - (EMS)
  • The social consequences of migration with reference to economic recession in Geographical agenda for a changing world.
  • Changement social ; Chômage ; Coût social ; Crise économique ; Economie ; Géographie humaine ; Migration de travail ; Migration intérieure ; Mode de vie ; Récession économique ; Siècle XX ; Société ; Structure familiale
  • Economic crimes, 1977-1986
  • Criminal offences of over-all economic crime (reported perpetrators, sentenced persons, penalty policy). Economic crime within social legal entities : crimes against economy, public property, official responsibility (1977-1986).
  • The regional socio-economic structure: hierarchy, synthesis, example
  • Brno ; Economie régionale ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Région ; Structure sociale ; Tchécoslovaquie ; Théorie
  • The study is aimed at problems connected with the analysis of a socio-economic structure and the next problems of the region's theory. A concrete example of Brno and surroundings demonstrates one of possible approaches to the spatial synthesis
  • of socio-economic regional structures. (MS).
  • Socio-economic structure and health in London
  • Data ; Economic restructuring ; England ; Health ; Housing occupance ; London ; Professional qualification ; Social change ; Social inequality ; Socio-economic system ; Socio-professional category ; United Kingdom
  • Catégorie socio-professionnelle ; Changement social ; Donnée ; England ; Inégalité sociale ; London ; Occupation du logement ; Qualification professionnelle ; Restructuration économique ; Royaume-Uni ; Santé ; Structure socio-économique
  • sociale se traduisent au niveau des inégalités sociales (notamment santé et mortalité).
  • Building trust in economic space
  • Economic geography ; Economic space ; Network ; Power ; Social capital
  • Capital social ; Confiance ; Espace économique ; Géographie économique ; Pouvoir ; Psychologie sociale ; Réseau
  • qu'aux avancées théoriques sur les réseaux d'acteurs et à la psychologie sociale. Analyse du processus comme un phénomène social spatio-temporel. Mise en contexte des processus micro-sociaux susceptibles de renforcer les relations d'affaires.