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  • Impact ; Municipality ; Rural area ; Rural development ; Slovenia
  • On the basis of the first Local Self-Government Act (1993) and the Establishment of Municipalities and Municipal Boundaries Act (1994), 147 municipalities were created in 1994, till 2002 their number increased to 193. Most of the newly-founded
  • municipalities were small, including municipalities that did not meet the conditions stipulated by law. Consequently, there have been many discussions on the efficiency of such municipalities and the reasonableness of any further division of Slovenia. In 2005, 95
  • municipalities had less than 5 000 inhabitants, which is the legally prescribed thereshold for the establishment of a municipality. Therefore, all these municipalities were surveyed and an assessment of their impact on the development of rural areas in Slovenia
  • Strangled in structures. An institutional analysis of innovative policy by Dutch municipalities
  • This study deals with municipal strategies in the Netherlands. It tries to identify municipal strategies, tries to establish whether certain comibnations of strategies are bound to certain types of municipalities and tries to establish the role
  • Planning capacity of Slovenian municipalities
  • Classification ; Local government unit ; Municipality ; Regional planning ; Slovenia ; Typology
  • Spatial planning is one of the major legal duties for Slovenian municipalities. Thirteen indicators were defined and data were collected with the help of a questionnaire and secondary sources. These indicators were then used to produce the typology
  • of management capacity in the field of planning. We also tested whether the size and spatial characteristics of a municipality affected the final result of this classification. Fifty-five municipalities were classified into three groups. - (L'A.).
  • Criteria of a successful rural municipality
  • The contribution discusses possibilities of evaluation of successibility of rural municipalities and conditions of their further development. Main goal is to identify individual criteria of successibility of rural municipalities. Nowadays
  • there are more than 5,000 of rural municipalities searching for different possibilities of development in Czechia. While some municipalities have concentrated on building of specific types of technical infrastructure e.g. gas pipes, water pipes and sewerages
  • , others are oriented to the appearence and arrangement of public areas. Either gaining further subsidy or investment, development of public infrastructure, an increase of number of inhabitants at a municipality from another point of view can be understand
  • ae success when evaluating successibility of rural municipalities.- (BJ).
  • The Niagara fruit belt: The Ontario municipal board decision of 1981
  • Urban municipalities versus rural municipalities - selected aspects of quality of life in Slovakia
  • element with the negative impact on the great differences in quality of life between inhabitants of urban and rural municipalities. Urban municipalities represent the peripheral ones. The aim of this study is to describe, analyse, and compare
  • the population structures and material level of life quality in urban and rural municipalities aggregated into eight administrative regions. Regional aggregation allows us to identify and then to explain the relevant regional differences in Slovakia according
  • to selected aspects of life quality in urban and rural municipalities. - (BJ)
  • As determinantes económicas e políticas do planeamento municipal em Portugal
  • Conditions économiques et politiques déterminantes de l'aménagement municipal au Portugal
  • Analyse du système et de la pratique de l'aménagement municipal urbain au Portugal au long du XXe siècle. - (DBF)
  • Local tax burdens and the supply of business sites in suburban municipalities
  • A model of community site supply is tested in which municipalities tradeoff increased fiscal benefits from business location and reductions in environmental quality that accompany industrial and commercial development. This tradeoff is embodied
  • in municipal zoning decisions.
  • A municipal solid wastes planning model for a metropolitan area
  • The solution of the developed model can help planners and managers of municipal solid wastes systems in selecting the optimal locations of transfer stations, recycling centers and landfill.
  • Quantitative analysis of population change in recent Japanese municipalities
  • This paper aims to find what factors will affect the population change in recent Japanese municipalities. The result implies that important factors are different in population size and economic function through the course of time. Man did not select
  • a municipality that has a better environment of modern urban life. It is noticeable that in the satellite city, « density of manufacturing factory » is becoming an influential factor for population growth. And many small population municipalities are still
  • Since 1990, Polish municipalities have exercised planning power in terms of deciding on the ways of their economic and spatial development. Results of dynamic and sometimes uncontrolled, spontaneous development processes cross the borders
  • of municipalities bringing problems, that can not be addressed, and solved by one municipality. Polish legislation provides legal basis for cooperation of municipalities. However, experience of the last several years proves that cooperation among municipalities
  • is not an easy task. It creates problems especially within functional urban areas. In this paper, the issue of cooperation among municipalities from the Warsaw Metropolitan Area (WMA) is addressed using the perspective of networking and formulation of common
  • The relationship between wider-area municipal spheres and regional urban systems in Japan
  • In this paper the writer tries to analyze urban tributary areas and daily city regions of central cities according to the analysis of connectivity between central cities and their surrounding municipalities by using commuting data among
  • municipalities (1985 Census). Instead of the concept of a city region the writer uses the concepts of a daily city region corresponding to the commuting areas of a central city and an urban tributary area consisting of a wider area. As shown in another paper
  • (Morikawa, 1990), a municipality qualifies as a central city if the workers of at least 3,000 persons are engaged in sales and service job of the city. The writer examined the spatial relationships between WAMSs (wider-area municipal spheres) and urban
  • Analisis de la distribucion de la poblacion economicamente activa y por actividades economicas, a nivel municipal, 1970
  • (1960-1970) ; Délimitation ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Mexique ; Municipe ; Population active ; Région ; Région économique ; Structure professionnelle
  • L'analyse de la population active du Mexique par activités économiques et au niveau municipal, est suivie d'un essai de typologie des régions économiques. L'article est accompagné de plusieurs cartes: en particulier cartes du pourcentage de la
  • population active au niveau municipal, par activités économiques au niveau municipal, carte régionale des activités agropastorales, des diverses activités économiques. 1960-1970.
  • Pouvoir municipal et notables à Gruissan, village du littoral languedocien
  • Communauté rurale ; France ; Gruissan, village ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Languedoc-Roussillon ; Pouvoir municipal ; Sociologie du pouvoir ; Société rurale ; Tourisme
  • Municipal planning in a mixed economy
  • L'aménagement municipal, dans le cadre d'une économie mixte (la France et la Suède sont prises comme exemples). Analyse des contraintes causées par le système politico-économique| et celles suscitées par la conjonction gouvernement local et
  • gouvernement central. Les plans d'aménagement, au niveau municipal, sont des guides et non un instrument de contrôle sur le développement de la commune, d'après l'A.
  • The economics of municipal utility districts for land development
  • Action municipale ; Analyse économique ; Croissance urbaine ; Dallas ; Egout ; Etats-Unis ; Financement ; Finances locales ; Fiscalité ; Gestion urbaine ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Houston ; Municipal Utility District ; Métropole ; Texas
  • Rappel de ce que sont les districts municipaux de viabilité (Municipal Utility districts) dans la réglementation aux Etats-Unis. Analyse économique des services de viabilité. Le rôle des M.U.D. dans le développement immobilier des villes de Dallas
  • Urban local government finance in Nigeria : the case of Lagos municipal area
  • Irrigation with reclaimed municipal wastewater in Water and agriculture.
  • Les communes de la Loire| l'application du droit municipal dans un département
  • Municipal governments and city planning and management in Nigeria