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  • Office location and the urban functional mosaic. A comparative study of five cities in the Netherlands
  • The office profile of specific urban districts is investigated from the points of view of certain aspects of functional structure of offices and face-to-face contacts by office employees. A comparative study is made of five cities in the Netherlands
  • . Offices in three zones (urban core, ring or subcentres, residential areas) are analyzed for aspects of functional structure, such as industrial category, organizational position, type and orientation of activities, and labour profile. Face-to-face contacts
  • have been differentiated by degree of involvement of the organization as well as that of employees, functional and spatial contact-fields. The range of locational tolerance for offices on the urban level is broader than hypothesized, the influence
  • 1984
  • On the determination of city character in urban planning.
  • to be resolved in the assessment are the comparability of Chinese urban statistical data, a convenient way to calculate the basic/ non-basic, and perfection of the intensity index of urban functions introduced in this study.
  • City function and character are interrelated, both changing with time. The assessment of city character should also be based on the regional analysis,quantitative and qualitative analysis, and a comparative approach is important. Problems waiting
  • 1984
  • The functions of Suzhou, Wuxi, Changzhou and Nantong in the Shanghai Economic Region.
  • There are over two thousand urban settlements within the Changjiang Delta area and a large and complex system of urban places with different functions is distinguishable. The four large cities have clearly functioned as development poles
  • 1984
  • Urban systems and the development of towns and cities in the Beijing-Tianjin-Tangshan Region.
  • The structure of urban systems in this region is characterised by (1) two closely located primary nodes functioning respectively as the national administrative centre and the prime economic centre of North China, (2) two levels in urban function
  • -national and provincial, (3) unbalanced growth in the hierarchy levels with the metropolises outstripping the medium and small cities. The differences in the functions and directions of development are pointed out for the three big cities and attention
  • 1984
  • The population dynamics of functional urban regions in Hungary, 1870-1980 in Geographical essays in Hungary.
  • 1984
  • Outline of methods and procedures for integrated regional development planning: urban functions in rural development project in Equity with growth? Planning perspectives for small towns in developing countries.
  • 1984
  • Information about the major results of regional concepts of urbanization and development of settlement in CSR accordingly to problems of functional use of territory, settlement structure, technical infrastructure, environment, economic
  • 1984
  • extent and in what way there is a relation between on the one hand the urban functions, the economic and spatial structure of the pioneer towns and the basic of survival for those who live there and on the other hand the frontier of agricultural
  • This research deals with the economic functioning of boom towns, and their spatial and economic structure in those parts of the Brazilian Amazon where agricultural colonization takes place. The main objective of the research was to find out to what
  • 1984
  • Changes are analysed according to size of population, by major functions, and by geographical location. Large and medium-sized cities grew more rapidly than small ones, accounting for 85 per cent of the urban population in 1982. By function
  • 1984
  • The author attempts to analyse the locational characteristics and functions of office buildings by private developers at national and urban levels. The author has investigated office buildings by Mitsubishi Estate Company, Mitsui Real Estate
  • 1984
  • for rail links to the south and west all are attempts to alleviate the city's traditional transport isolation. Urban mass transit functions efficiently because of high population densities and a limited number of trip-generating points.
  • 1984
  • Market centre analysis in the urban functions in rural development approach in Equity with growth? Planning perspectives for small towns in developing countries.
  • 1984
  • relating to establishments in eight urban areas is used to examine the way in which they assemble their inputs such as labour or specialist needs. The role of establishment status, function and location on the local impact of this demand is explored
  • As de-industrialization continues to cause fundamental changes in the role of Britain's peripheral regions and urban areas, business services offer new and vital support for the task of helping to adjust to the new economic order. Empirical evidence
  • 1984
  • regional income disparity we have used a three-tier hierarchy with at the top either the eleven provinces or seven non-contiguous functional zones. On all four regional levels our calculations show that the disparity in personal income by head of population
  • significant determinants of the differences in regional personal income. Some of these factors were shown to be closely associated with the level of urbanization.
  • 1984
  • Oyamachi is a mountain village located in Oita prefecture, northern Kyûshû Island. It is one of the very rare cases of successful development. During this process, the Agricultural Cooperative and town office strengthened their functions
  • as the rural control subsystem in rural-urban migration. This paper presents a study of Japanese rural-urban migration based on Mabogunje's systematic scheme and discusses the rural development policy, especially as it pertains to mountainous areas.
  • 1984
  • A Kozép-békési varosok funkcionalis morfologiai elemzésének altalanosithato tapasztalatai. (Experience to be generalized from the functional-morphological analysis of the mid-Békés towns)
  • The data basis for functional-morphological analyses has considerably broadened (census statistics, etc.). The positions of the mid-Békés towns in the settlement network have changed. Functions modified at a more rapid rate than morphology. (DLO).
  • 1984
  • The types and basic function of territorial planning.
  • Defines the scope of territorial (regional) planning in the context of Chinese needs and goals, the bases for recognising types according to special regional characteristics, regional functions, and territorial size. Examines the linkages between
  • 1984
  • Functional typologies of metropolitan areas: an examination of their usefulness
  • 1984
  • Use of value functions as a possible suitability scaling procedure in automated composite mapping
  • 1984
  • Kei Mouth has a dual function, holiday resort and retirement centre. The two functions dominate at different times of the year. A survey concentrated mainly upon the activities and characteristics of the permanent residents. AJC).
  • 1984