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  • Assessing cultural-spatial change in European border areas. Theory-based considerations in developing an understanding of social (re)constructions of space
  • Modelling and benchmarking of borders
  • Cultural change ; Europe ; Frontier ; Frontier region ; Germany ; Institution ; Learning process ; Social practice ; Trans-border area ; Trans-border cooperation ; Transnationalism
  • border areas occurs within a process of interaction and communication between different cultures which have their own specific knowledge systems and related social practices. Border regions are regarded as “spaces with opportunities” that provide
  • 2013
  • Forget the policy gap : why local governments really decide to take part in cross-border cooperation initiatives in Europe
  • Austria ; Cultural identity ; European integration ; Germany ; Hungary ; Norway ; Partnership ; Political geography ; Region ; Slovak Republic ; Sweden ; Trans-border cooperation
  • The article investigates the motivations of European local governments to join formalized cooperation initiatives between sub-national authorities, referred to as Euroregions. Drawing on the examples located at three national borders (Sweden/Norway
  • 2013
  • Bridging regional innovation : cross-border collaboration in the Øresund Region
  • Biotechnology ; Denmark ; Frontier region ; Innovation ; Research and development ; Sweden ; Trans-border area ; Trans-border cooperation
  • 2013
  • From frontier to bridgehead : cross-border regions and the experience of Yunnan, China
  • China ; Competitiveness ; Economic strategy ; Frontier region ; Innovation ; Power ; Regional development ; Territorial strategy ; Trans-border cooperation ; Yunnan
  • 2013
  • The impact of uncertainties on cooperation over transboundary water : the case of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations
  • Asia ; Conflict ; Israel ; Palestinian Territories ; Trans-border area ; Trans-border cooperation ; Uncertainty ; Water ; Water management
  • 2013
  • Modelling and benchmarking of borders
  • Europe ; European Union ; Frontier ; Institution ; Region ; Regionalization ; Trans-border area ; Trans-border cooperation
  • 2013
  • Modelling and benchmarking of borders
  • Europe ; European Union ; Frontier ; Governance ; Institution ; Management ; Territory ; Trans-border area ; Trans-border cooperation
  • 2013
  • ; Spain ; Territory ; Trans-border cooperation ; United Kingdom ; United States of America ; Wales
  • Dans ce numéro spécial consacré à la géographie des régions, on trouvera les articles suivants : 1-Arguing with regions ; 2-Conceptualizing the region – In what sense relational? ; 3-New localities ; 4-Experienced regions and borders : the challenge
  • in the making : 8-Between regional spaces and spaces of regionalism : cross-border region building in the Spanish ‘state of the autonomies’ ; 9-(Small) differences that (still) matter? cross-border regions and work place governance in the Southern Ontario and US
  • 2013
  • Belgium ; Decision making process ; Europe ; France ; Governance ; Large city ; Public transport ; Regional development ; Territorial integration ; Trans-border area ; Trans-border cooperation ; Urban transport
  • 2013
  • Barrier effect ; Car industry ; Decision making process ; Economic integration ; Enquiry ; Europe ; Firm ; Firm strategy ; Frontier ; Regional economy ; Saar-Lor-Lux ; Trans-border area ; Trans-border cooperation
  • 2013
  • Economic strategy ; Management ; Market ; Natural resources ; Price ; Trans-border area ; Trans-border cooperation ; Water ; World
  • 2013
  • Accessibility ; Consumption ; Frontier ; Natural resources ; Trans-border area ; Trans-border cooperation ; Water ; Water management ; Water resources ; World
  • 2013
  • Czech Republic ; Frontier ; Frontier region ; Lower Silesia ; Marginal area ; Peripheral region ; Poland ; Regional economy ; Rural development ; Sudety ; Territory ; Trans-border area ; Trans-border cooperation
  • 2013
  • China ; Development strategy ; External trade ; Geo-economics ; Geopolitics ; International relations ; Investment ; North Korea ; Trans-border cooperation
  • 2013
  • Carpathian Mountains ; European Union ; Frontier ; Man-environment relations ; Mountain ; National park ; Nature park ; Poland ; Trans-border cooperation
  • 2013
  • Modelling and benchmarking of borders
  • Decision making process ; France ; Frontier ; Governance ; Proximity ; Pyrénées ; Pyrénées-Orientales ; Spain ; Trans-border cooperation
  • 2013
  • Asia ; Central Asia ; China ; Economic cooperation ; Geopolitics ; International relations ; Investment ; Kazakhstan ; Kyrgyzstan ; Regional identity ; Social change ; Spatial dynamics ; Tadzhikistan ; Trans-border area ; Turkmenistan ; Uzbekistan
  • 2013
  • Canada ; Comparative study ; Cooperation ; Ethnic composition ; Frontier ; International migration ; Mexico ; North America ; Security ; Social geography ; Social integration ; Traffic ; Trans-border area ; United States of America
  • 2013
  • Conflict ; Ethnic group ; Former Yugoslavia ; Frontier ; Policy ; Territorial restructuring ; Trans-border cooperation
  • 2013
  • Cooperatives as Sustainable Livelihood Strategies in Rural Mexico
  • Activisme ; Agriculture biologique ; Communauté rurale ; Coopérative ; Développement durable ; Economie rurale ; Guanajuato ; Géographie sociale ; Logement ; Marché local ; Mexique ; Minorité ethnique ; Oaxaca
  • Activism ; Cooperative ; Ethnic minority ; Guanajuato ; Housing ; Local market ; Mexico ; Oaxaca ; Organic farming ; Rural community ; Rural economy ; Social geography ; Sustainable development ; alternative economies ; community ; cooperatives
  • Les AA. analysent les expériences des coopératives des deux communautés rurales mexicaines vivant dans les Etats de Guanajuato et d’Oaxaca comme stratégies de subsistance. Ils expliquent que la première propose la vente de tomates biologiques au
  • niveau local pour ne pas dépendre des marchés extérieurs et que la seconde propose une coopérative de logement offrant un mode de vie durable. Ils concluent que les projets visant à l’amélioration des modes de vie des communautés rurales sont menacés par
  • les effets des politiques commerciales néolibérales.#The sustainable livelihoods perspective and cooperative movement are rooted in frameworks that value social justice in the form of participatory democracy, distributional equity, and solidarity
  • . Unlike studies of cooperatives that focus mainly on economic efficiency and productivity, we argue that this socio-political dimension of the cooperative projects is crucial for understanding their potential as sustainable livelihoods. This exploratory
  • research examines the experiences of two rural Mexican communities in Guanajuato and Oaxaca, which formed cooperatives as alternative livelihood strategies. Our results show that each community used similar grassroots political culture to develop
  • cooperatives designed to meet local needs.
  • 2013