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  • Hierarchie reality a hodnoceni demografickych a geodemografickych systému. (The hierarchy of reality and the assessment of demographic and geo-demographic systems)
  • (1980) ; Comportement ; Démographie ; Evolution socio-économique ; Géographie humaine ; Population ; Système géo-démographique
  • Dynamics of socio-economic evolution. Gnoseological and ontological principles are the point of departure for a classification of real systems. Types of developing processes. The specifies of demographic and geo-demographic systems provided both
  • systems within the scope of society, or within the scope of the coexistence of society with the environment. (MS).
  • 1980
  • Migration and the development of multiregional economic systems
  • Economie ; Emploi ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie humaine ; Migration ; Migration interrégionale ; Modèle ; Système économique multirégional
  • 1980
  • Analysis of conflicts in dynamical environmental systems via catastrophe theory in Energy problems and regional development.
  • Energie ; Environnement ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Géographie humaine ; Modèle ; Production ; Rareté ; Ressource naturelle ; Système économique ; Théorie des catastrophes
  • This paper addresses itself to long-term conflicting issues in environmental policy analysis. After a brief discussion of the new scarcity and its subsequent potential perturbations of our economic system in the long run, attention will be paid
  • as to illustrate the usefulness of catastrophe theory in economic-energy-environmental systems. The paper will be concluded with a brief judgement of using catastrophe notions in the social sciences.
  • 1980
  • A Leontief model of interregional economic growth
  • Explication de la croissance économique sur un système de plusieurs régions. Pour des régions isolées, l'existence d'un équilibre dynamique n'est que le fruit du hasard. Analyse statique de l'allocation du capital et du travail, formulation de la
  • 1980
  • The developing countries and the World economic order.
  • ; Prospective ; Sous-développement ; Système économique ; Tiers-Monde
  • 1980
  • With the increasing economic cooperation of the socialist countries, traffic and transport win an ever increasing importance. Specialization, cooperation and advanced division of labour lead to an increased exchange of goods between the CMEA
  • -countries. Demonstrates the different branches of transport and their special tasks in connection with the socialist economic integration. To master these tasks a close cooperation in transport-matters of the CMEA exists on several levels. Central point
  • of the cooperation is the organization of an integrated transportsystem, which requires the complex adaptation of the national transport-systems. In this system railway-and pipeline-transport take charge of the most important tasks.
  • 1980
  • The economics of renewable energy systems for developing countries
  • Analyses détaillées de coût-avantage pour deux systèmes concrets: une usine de gaz de fermentation indienne à l'échelle de la famille, et une pompe d'irrigation à cellules solaires de 5,5 kW sur les rives du lac Tchad. L'usine de gaz de fermentation
  • 1980
  • The world-wide connections of economics, transportation networks, and politics have made the world a single system of interrelating elements urging man for a global solution of those problems. Prerequisits are, however, that man gains insight
  • 1980
  • African economic problems and the African position on the law of the sea in relation to manganese nodules
  • 1980
  • An application of economic interaction models to the analysis of spatial effects of economic integration
  • 1980
  • A new international economic order for the peasant in the Third World?
  • 1980
  • Papers and Proceedings of the 92nd Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, Atlanta, Georgia, dec. 28-30, 1979
  • 1980
  • An alternative approach to macro-economic simulation modelling analysis in less developed countries
  • 1980
  • World trade and the Pacific economic center of East and West| producers'cartels and oil control
  • 1980
  • The evaluation of natural resource adequacy: elusive quest or frontier of economic analysis?
  • 1980
  • Externals economics and agglomeration: an appraisal of macro scale Studies of polarization
  • An attempt is made to replicate for the New Zealand space economy the macro-level studies of industrial agglomeration and the polarization of economic activity using complex methodologies applied to input-output data. These studies have employed
  • an economic rationale to explain agglomeration, resting upon the local availability of external economies of scale, although their evidence is largely indirect and circumstantial. More direct evidence exists to support a behavioural rationale for the growth
  • and continuance of agglomeration. The paper demonstrates that a range of methodologies applied to New Zealand input-output data and spatial association data yields method specific results. There is a wider implication that an economic rationale for agglomeration
  • 1980
  • Economic factors in the location and development of the British glass industry
  • , with the total dominance of Pilkington's in St Helens. Means of transportation, both of materials and products, and proximity to consumption points have been significant economic factors in the changing locational patterns. Technical innovations have had
  • 1980
  • An interregional policy model for energy-economic-environmental interactions in Energy problems and regional development.
  • This article deals with conflicts between energy, pollution and economic issues in an interregional framework. On the basis of an interregional input-output model extensed with pollution and energy sectors a policy analysis aiming at finding
  • 1980
  • how the economic cycles, the specific economic structure and state intervention affects the form and content of technological development, and how the mainstream of technological development once set in motion seems to have its own technical inertia
  • . Further, it is discussed how technological development in connection with the macro-level of economic cycles, the medium-level of economic structure and the micro-level of individual business, tend to generate and reproduce an unequal distribution
  • 1980
  • On the economics of solar energy. The public-utility interface.
  • 1980