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  • Private economy in the Warsaw region. Against the background of development of private economy in Poland
  • Development ; Economic activity ; Economic sector ; Economy ; Employment ; Farming;Agriculture ; Foreign investment ; National economy ; National income ; Poland ; Private sector ; Region ; Spatial distribution ; Warsaw
  • Private sector of Polish economy in the post-war period : conditions of its activity and its development. Non-agricultural private sector in the region of Warsaw : spatial distribution and causes for location.
  • GIS, necessity or luxury ? The use of Geographical Information Systems by private sector companies in the Netherlands
  • GIS, noodzaak of luxe ? Een verkenning naar het grbruik van geografische informatiesystemen bij private ondernemingen in Nederland
  • Enquiry ; Enterprise ; Geographical information system ; Information ; Netherlands (The) ; Private sector ; Technology
  • The growing interest in GIS has recently led to a diffusion of GIS in the private sector. This study presents the findings of a survey of an exploratory nature amongst private organisations in the Netherlands. The discussion examines the results
  • of a comprehensive survey of 2572 private companies. - (AGD)
  • Public-private relationships and performance in service provision
  • Collective facilities ; Developing countries ; Facilities ; Infrastructure ; Private sector ; Public sector ; Public service ; Sanitation improvement ; Service ; Town ; Water supply
  • The article compares the arguments for private-sector involvement in service provision with practice in certain countries of Latin America, Africa and Asia. The organisational arrangements through which the motives for public-sector involvement may
  • be fulfilled while maximising private-sector participation are identified.
  • The private sector, urban water conservation and developing countries : a stakeholder theory-driven perspective from Botswana
  • Botswana ; Management ; Private sector ; Urban economy ; Urbanization ; Water ; Water management ; Water needs
  • Botswana is a semi-arid and water scare country with a fast growing urban population. The private sector is an important actor for the urban economy to remain functional and competitive. The contribution of the private sector companies in water
  • Spatial patterns of private sector and public sector non-agricultural jobs in rural Northeast Thailand
  • Employment ; North East ; Outer conurbation area ; Private sector ; Public sector ; Rural area ; Thailand ; Village ; Wage ; Wage inequality
  • Desigualdad de la renta ; Empleo ; Espacio rural ; Pueblo ; Salario ; Sector privado ; Sector público ; Tailandia ; Zona periurbana
  • This article examines the spatial patterns of private sector and public sector non-agricultural jobs in rural Northeast Thailand. The results show that public jobs are over-represented in rural–remote regions, driving up the mean wage of this type
  • of region. When considering private sector employment only, spatial wage and income differentials do exist, showing that workers in remote areas are economically more disadvantaged than workers in peri-urban area.
  • Culture, social relations and private sector development in the Thai and Vietnamese fish hatchery sectors
  • Aquaculture ; Fish breeding ; Private sector ; Societal relations ; Thailand ; Vietnam
  • Acuicultura ; Piscicultura ; Relaciones sociales ; Sector privado ; Tailandia ; Viêt Nam
  • Visualising the effect of private-sector involvement on redeveloped public spaces in the Netherlands
  • Netherlands (The) ; Private sector ; Public space ; Redevelopment ; Urban area
  • The paper visualises to what extent private-sector involvement affects redeveloped public spaces. Six-dimensional diagrams are set up as an analytical tool that enables the comparison of public spaces on a number of criteria. Eight squares
  • Agro mass production and the private sector in Hungary in The peasantry of Eastern Europe. Volume II. 20 th Century developments.
  • Percent change in employment in the private sector by counties of the United States 1967 to 1970.
  • Enterprise performances in the public and private sectors: Tanzanian experience, 1970-75
  • The ‘caring entrepreneur’? Childcare policy and private provision in an enterprising age
  • Entrepreneurship ; Financing ; Firm ; Governmentality ; Grant ; Ireland ; Private sector ; Professional training ; Rural economy ; Subjectivity ; Woman
  • Economía rural ; Empresa ; Espíritu empresarial ; Financiamiento ; Formación profesional ; Gubernamentalidad ; Irlanda ; Mujer ; Sector privado ; Subvención
  • , it illustrates how a particular entrepreneurial subjectivity has been mobilised to remedy the perceived problems of private sector childcare. After I outline the contours of this subjectivity, the final section of the paper will examine how it is being realised
  • This paper explores how the problem of sustainability in the childcare sector is being addressed through a neoliberal development rationale. Focusing on the Irish childcare sector and the childcare funding programme introduced in 2006
  • Public sector relocation and regional development
  • Cost-benefit analysis ; Economic indicators ; Employment ; Location ; Organization ; Public sector ; Regional development ; Service ; United Kingdom
  • in the private sector. The paper looks at the economic benefits and costs of public sector relocation. The motivating factors are examined. Regional development agencies cannot offer the same inducements as do private services.
  • The effect of public infrastructure on the private productive sector of Spanish regions
  • Facilities ; Induced effect ; Infrastructure ; Private sector ; Production cost ; Productivity ; Profitability ; Regional disparities ; Spain
  • Activities of private developers and office location in the central region of Hiroshima city
  • Business district ; Honshu ; Japan ; Location ; Offices ; Real estate development ; Tertiary sector ; Urban area
  • The purpose of this paper is to investigate the relation between the development of office space, the location of office renting floor space and the influences of the activities of private developers on business office districts in Hiroshima City
  • Entanglement : the negotiation of urban development imperatives in Durban’s public–private partnerships
  • Discourse ; Entanglement ; KwaZulu-Natal ; Partnership ; Private sector ; Public sector ; Social geography ; South Africa ; Urban development ; Urban policy
  • Coparticipación ; Desarrollo urbano ; Discurso ; Geografía social ; KwaZulu-Natal ; Política urbana ; Sector privado ; Sector público ; África del Sur
  • In this paper, the cultural studies notion of ‘entanglement’ is used to present an intensive examination of the development imperatives articulated by actors in two public–private partnerships in Durban, South Africa. It focuses on the ways
  • Total investments (with regional distribution)| investments in the socialised and private sectors (technical composition and structure of investment funds) with 5 tables.
  • Ron Mader : the 1999 Private Sector and Government Award
  • Public service employment and the public-private wage differential in British regions
  • Employment ; Enquiry ; Great Britain ; Living standard ; Private sector ; Public sector ; Regional disparities ; United Kingdom ; Wage
  • Verkehrsinfrastruktur und Public-Private-Partnership
  • Cooperation ; Private sector ; Public sector ; Transport
  • Private rental housing: the Canadian experience
  • Canada ; Demand ; Household consumption ; Housing ; Housing market ; Housing policy ; Investment ; Private sector ; Rent control ; Rented market ; Supply
  • Outcomes in private markets for rental housing are seen as a consequence of a shift in demand or supply that may itself reflect a policy initiative. Two markets are examined: a market for rental housing stock and a market for rental accomodation