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  • Methodological problems of studying local income and employment effects of tourism
  • Measuring regional income inequalities : a centre-periphery analysis of survey data
  • Analysis of the problem of a balanced population composition in the great urban agglomerations. In the seventies there is a trend towards more one person households, more people with low incomes and a growing percentage of ethnic minorities
  • in the central parts of the cities. On the other side high income groups migrate to the suburbs and the rural areas. Much attention is paid to the negative effects of the unbalanced urban growth of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht, and to the means
  • Facilities (survey of facilities by republic and autonomous province, 1965-1981)| investment (investment as a proportion of national income, structure of investment by purpose, investment per head of the population and per employed).
  • A statistical review on the industrial output, agricultural production, transports, construction, foreign trade, incomes of population and further assumptions of economics growth of Czechoslovakia at the end of 1978.
  • Intraregional income distribution and poverty : some investigations for the Netherlands, 1960-81
  • Dutch social security benefits and interprovincial income inequalities : a decomposition and a factor analysis
  • Economic development trends in the USSR 1970-1988 : Part II (Consumption, investment and income redistribution)
  • Zur räumlichen Verteilung der Einkommensdisparität innerhalb der Landwirtschaft Schleswig-Holstein in den Wirtschaftsjahren 1972/73 bis 1976/77. (On spatial distribution of income disparities within the agriculture of Schleswig-Holstein between
  • The development of Siberian regions: economic profiles income flows and strategies for growth
  • The A. relates socio-economic developments to income data as a backdrop for the analysis of actual and perceived changes in the structure of neighbourhoods. This perception corresponds to the processes of social upgrading and downgrading. Changes
  • Czechoslovakia represents 1,6% of the world industrial production. The industry is the main source of the national product (67,4%) and national income (64,1%). In the article is examined the influence and composition of the industrial employment
  • Analysis of radical changes in economic flows and in the factors of production: production (table of indicators of economic growth, table of percentage composition of gross material products), distribution of the national income, final consumption
  • The factors analysis of Georgia is based on 22 coefficients of social-economic development. Main important factors, of urban industrial complexes, agronomical complexes and other incomes of population, define 6 fundamental regional types and 4
  • The study is about activities in the twilight area between leisure and labour, hidden from official observation and carried for the purpose of creating a positive income effect. The importance of the informal economy in the modern western society
  • The different physical geographic conditions determine the type and level of agriculture. The income of population is far behind the country's average. So there is a population decrease. This unfavourable process must be changed, by improving
  • During this century the possibilities for farmers to earn a good income from intensive animal husbandry and horticulture have greatly increased. As a result, despite the sharp decrease in the number of farmers, many farmers from a small farm
  • . Commutation helped spatial links widen. Income from double /main and part-time jobs/ sources retains population. The places of villages in settlement network must be strengthened. (DLO).
  • of overall Soviet goals for increased productivity of labor and for foreign-exchange income. Containerization has improved labor productivity and has earned almost 700 million rubles in hard currency.