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  • Measuring the employment effects on the rural renewal tax scheme
  • Cost-benefit analysis ; Economic growth ; Economic impact ; Employment ; Ireland ; Project ; Rural area ; Taxation system
  • 2006
  • Cluster analysis ; Economic structure ; Employment ; Germany ; Industrial branch ; Labour market ; North Rhine Westfalia ; Ruhr
  • Caused by heavy structural change the Ruhr area is no more a pure industrial region. The employment structure of the region as a whole seems to develop in a very similar way like the entire North Rhine-Westphalia. However, local communities show
  • a clear heterogeneity. The paper presents an empirical analysis of employment trends in the Ruhr area and in North Rhine-Westphalia from 1999 to 2005 with regard to spatial deconcentration and functional specialization. Cluster analysis is used to classify
  • local communities by equal employment structure and trends. The result shows clear evidence for deconcentration only in the secondary sector and a polycentric employment structure. - (IfL)
  • 2006
  • Growth and change in U.S. micropolitan areas
  • Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Employment ; Employment structure ; Micropolitan area ; Population ; Spatial distribution ; Specialization ; United States of America
  • 2006
  • Problem or opportunity ? Asylum seekers, refugees, employment and social exclusion in deprived urban areas
  • 2006
  • Argentina ; Buenos Aires ; Employment ; Labour ; Labour market ; Precarious employment ; Urban area
  • 2006
  • Linking home to work : ethnic labor market concentration in the San Francisco consolidated metropolitan area
  • California ; Employment ; Ethnic community ; Labour market ; Market segmentation ; Residential location ; San Francisco ; Spatial concentration ; Spatial division of labour ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • 2006
  • The Saar region and the Ruhr area - two old-industrialized regions in Western Germany - have both experienced long-term regional structuring since the 1960s. Although, both areas share similar economic-historical backgrounds, the Ruhr area suffers
  • significant job losses while the Saar region experiences an increase in the number of employees. The article analyses the reasons for the different developments with special regards to sector and firm size structure, qualification and wage structure as well
  • 2006
  • Urban growth effects on rural population, export and service employment : evidence from eastern France
  • Burgundy ; Economic region ; Employment ; France ; Impact ; Location choice ; Lorraine ; Midi-Pyrénées ; Model ; Residential choice ; Rhône-Alpes ; Rural area ; Rural population ; Urban growth
  • 2006
  • Employment ; Habitability ; Housing ; Housing occupance ; Impact ; Jamaica ; Kingston ; Liberalisation ; Urban area ; Urban economy ; Urban structure
  • 2006
  • Employment ; Impact ; Industry ; Local labour market ; Mexico ; Model ; Time series ; Trans-border area ; United States of America
  • 2006
  • Mapping infrastructure for touristic purposes in Moroccan mountain areas
  • Employment ; Infrastructure ; Morocco ; Mountain ; Reception capacity ; Rural tourism ; Tourism ; Tourist facilities
  • 2006
  • Canada ; Economic space ; Employment ; Montréal ; Polarization ; Quebec ; Spatial concentration ; Urban area ; Urban region ; Urban transport
  • 2006
  • Agriculture ; Rural area ; Rural development ; Rural settlement ; Slovenia ; Urbanization
  • position of settlements with regard to main settlements or employment centres. - (IKR)
  • 2006
  • Competitiveness ; Human capital ; Innovation ; Italy ; Knowledge ; Labour productivity ; Regional disparities ; Spain ; Tourism ; Tourism area
  • . analysent la relation entre les connaissances des employés du secteur touristique et leur capacité compétitive, mesurée par la productivité du travail. Les résultats montrent l'importance des connaissances tacites spécifiques, à la différence des
  • 2006
  • Diversification ; Economic activity ; Employment ; Enterprise ; France ; Network ; Production system ; Rural area ; Rural change ; Rural-urban relations ; Tertiary sector
  • 2006
  • Andalusia ; Association ; Cooperative ; Employment ; Job creation ; Local development ; Local labour market ; Málaga ; Rural area ; Rural development ; Small and medium sized enterprises ; Social cohesion ; Social development ; Sociological
  • 2006
  • Rural areas of success - in search of definitions and measures
  • Definition ; Location ; Measurement ; Region ; Rural area
  • This paper is an introduction to the discussion on rural areas of success, their definitions, methods of delimitation, conditions of localization and relationship with other socio-economical phenomena. Areas, where all indices describing
  • civilization development are relatively high and which are characterised by a constant progress in chosen measures in a given time, should be considered as the rural areas of success. This definition assumes that a region where only one of the examined planes
  • is highly developed while the other features reach values lower than the average cannot be recognized as the areas of success. Dynamic perspective is the other important element of the definition. Very important feature of the area of success
  • 2006
  • The system of local corridors in tourist areas
  • Environmental conservation ; Green space ; Recreation area ; Space ; Tourism area
  • The topic is connected with the issue green and open area development referring to the theory of corridors and taking into consideration foundations of the conception. The theme of analysis looks into the issue of environment preservation
  • and the balanced development of areas connected with a communication network. Attention was paid to the subject of forming a system of green open areas, recreation space, shaping along the communication axis. The green areas have a spacial significance
  • 2006
  • Demographic resources of Croatia's border areas
  • With regard to the form of the state territory, the border areas of Croatia are mainly peripheral areas in a socio-economic and in a cultural sense. They are predominantly rural regions with small, elderly and less educated populations, defected
  • of the border areas must be coordinated by institutions on the state, county and local levels. A mutual interest of outside and local investors in local issues would be fruitful. - (IfL)
  • 2006
  • Model study of the relationship between sediment yield and river basin area
  • Italy ; Land use ; Model ; Portugal ; Precipitation ; Sediment budget ; Semi-arid area ; Simulation ; Soil erosion ; Watershed
  • The SHETRAN physically based, spatially distributed model is used to investigate the scaling relationship linking specific sediment yield to river basin area, for two contrasting topographies of upland and more homogeneous terrain and as a function
  • of sediment source, land use and rainfall distribution. The sediment yield/basin area relationship can be inverse or direct, depending on basin characteristics. There still remains, therefore, considerable scope for defining a universal scaling law
  • 2006