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  • Urban self-management in Yugoslavia
  • The changing urban hierarchy in Scotland
  • Contribution to the study of the Brussels urban social movement
  • Investment policy in the Polish transport sector : an appraisal in Urban geography.
  • Crisis or recovery? Recent developments in the regional processes in Poland in Urban geography.
  • Urban planning aspects of the spatial orgenization of Moscow
  • Differentiation of urban construction costs in light of environmental factors
  • The influence of industries on urban structure of the Ruhr
  • Coordination of urban economic development policies in the Netherlands in The urban agglomeration as a political arena.
  • Antwerp : a modern city with a significant historic heritage in Old trends and new impulses in Europe's urban affairs.
  • The A. discusses recent planning and urban renewal policies in Antwerp within the contexts of the city's extensive cultural heritage and its historic evolution. Special attention is given to the architectural and urban design achievements
  • On the development of the Dutch urbanization pattern between 1930 and 1971 in The development of cities in the 19th and 20th century.
  • In this study an attempt has been made to analyse the development of the Dutch urbanization pattern between 1930 and 1971. The research is based on the 117 urban of C-municipalities listed in 1960 by the Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics
  • Peculiarities in the process of urbanization on the Great Hungarian Plain in Geographical essays in Hungary.
  • The main characteristics of urbanization on the Great Plain are due to the relative backwardness and belated development of the region. It is not only a matter of temporal lag, however, as the Great Plain does not follow the course of progress found
  • in other regions and this bears on its future urbanization too. (DLO).
  • Spatial relationship of urbanization and changes of land use structure in Geographical essays in Hungary.
  • There is a spatial connection between the intensity of land use and the degree of urbanization in Hungary. The correlation between the high ratio of urbanization and gardens is a special, although not unprecedented, feature in Hungary. The regional
  • Urbanization in the USSR : theory, tendencies and policy in Urban social theory and research.
  • Urban development and urban geography in Romania : the contribution of Vintila Mihailescu
  • Urban planning and design in the Soviet North: the Noril'sk experience
  • Another installment in a series of articles on urban and economic development at Noril'sk focuses on the experiences in urban planning and design. Special attention is devoted to efforts to defend the city from strong winds and blowing snow through
  • The following urban land cover classes are distinguished from the CCT Landsat data of Transdanubia for April 1st, 1976: urban commercial and residential| urban industrial| urban up-to-date residential| suburban| rangeland| waters| forest| parks
  • Niektoré priestorové aspekty zivotného prostredia mesta, moznosti ich riesenia. (Some spatial aspects of the urban environment and potential solutions)
  • The urban environment and its spatial structure present an inseparable unity with a number of positive and negative phenomena. The paper analyses their features genesis, relation to functional urban areas, in Slovakia and is concerned
  • Varosiasodasunk mai problémai. (Recent characteristics of urbanization in Hungary)
  • Hungarian urbanization process is discussed from 4 aspects: mobility and regional concentration of population| characteristics of the professional restratification| housing conditions| modification of town-city relations. (CK).
  • A spatial analysis of the evolution of an urban system: the case of the Netherlands
  • Subject of this study is the development of the urban system in the Netherlands in the period 1840-1970. This period can be characterized by a transition from an agrarian-commercial society to an urban-industrial one. The industrial revolution has
  • caused a spatial differentiation in the regional economic structure. The urban regional structure in the North can be described in Christallerian terms, that of the South resembles more the structure of the Loschian model, the Western part of the country