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  • Theoretical and methodological aspects of the identification and delimitation of peripheral areas
  • Czech Republic ; Marginality ; Methodology ; Peripheral region ; Polarization ; Space
  • This article focuses on the topic of the polarisation of space. Its objective is to give a basic overview of the theoretical and methodological aspects of research on peripheral areas and to discuss selected aspects. Attention is given
  • to the concept of polarisation of space as a central theoretical point of departure in studying peripheral areas. In the second section, attention is directed at defining the terms marginality/ peripherality and marginal/peripheral areas. - (EN)
  • Accessibility of peripheral regions : a case of Czechia
  • Accessibility ; Car ; Czech Republic ; Microregion ; Peripheral region ; Public transport ; Transport
  • This paper presents the accessibility of peripheral regions in the Czech Republic after the period of transformation, which caused the differences between the core and the peripheral regions even on the micro-regional level. The tendency
  • Patterns and problems of peripherality in Lithuania - borderland of the EU
  • Concept ; European Union ; European integration ; Lithuania ; Peripheral region
  • This article is devoted to an analysis of the phenomena of peripherisation in Lithuania. The authors discuss meanings of the concept of periphery and peripherality, analysing the process of peripherisation in Lithuania. Most attention is paid
  • Czech Republic ; Peripheral region ; Region ; Statistical analysis
  • The possibilities of using statistical analysis for Czech peripheral regions are examinated. The types of traditional peripheral areas with a low settlement density and prevailing agricultural structure are evaluated. A definition of peripheral
  • The dimensions of peripheral areas and their restructuring in Central Europe
  • Central Europe ; Comparative study ; Core-periphery ; Europe ; Peripheral region ; Post-communism ; Spatial structure ; Territorial restructuring ; Territory ; Visegrád Group
  • The A. provides a general overview about the restructuring spatial pattern of peripheral areas in Central Europe. The Visegrad Countries are regarded as Central European countries, in this case, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary
  • are involved. Major methodological problems hampered the process of data collection and the comparison of different delimitations of peripheral areas in different countries. However, a general overview could have been made in order to detect the most important
  • alterations of the spatial structures of the investigated countries. The territorial structures of peripheral areas during the socialist era and nowadays were compared to each other. The changes in the location of peripheral areas reflect back the increasing
  • Demographic problems of the peripheral regions in Bulgaria case study area - the northwestern planning region
  • Bulgaria ; Demographic change ; Depopulation ; Depressed region ; Peripheral region ; Population ageing
  • The Northwestern planning region is a typical example of a peripheral area whose unfavourable geographical location has for a long time predetermined the poor growth of its economic potential. The peripheral position strongly restricts
  • the possibilities for a better education, for carrying out investigations, for making innovations and developing technologies or for stimulating the competitive power. The main problem of the peripheral is depopulation. During the period 1946-2002 the population
  • migration. The peripheral location causes a lower educational level of the population. - (BJ)
  • Telematik : eine Gefahr für die Wirtschaft peripherer Räume?
  • Economic policy ; Employment ; Peripheral region ; Regional economy ; Telecommunications ; Telematics
  • Assessment and optimization of economic restructuring in a small peripheral region
  • . A scenario experiment was performed in a small peripheral area of Finland, Northern Karelia, in the early 1980s, and preliminary results are given regarding its ability to evaluate the course of restructuring in manufacturing in this area.
  • Pits, peripheralization and the politics of scale : struggles over locating extractive industries in the townof Caledon, Ontario, Canada
  • Aggregate ; Canada ; Extractive industry ; Industry ; Location ; Ontario ; Peripheral region
  • Developing SMMEs in peripheral spaces : the experience of Free State Province, South Africa
  • Economic policy ; Enterprise ; Free State ; Industry ; Peripheral region ; Regional economy ; Small firm ; South Africa
  • retained a commitment to the paradigm of state-led delivery. This article explores the challenges facing the development facing SMME development in the country's peripheral development spaces using the example of the Free State. - (AJC)
  • Research into peripheral areas in the Czech Republic - changes in the landscape and land use in the model regions
  • Czech Republic ; European integration ; Land use ; Local development ; Peripheral region ; Region ; Regional development
  • In research activities in the Czech Republic, the centre of attention has been shifting towards peripheral territories. As a result, there is a project shared by several academic institutions that is focused on the position of the periphery within
  • Brandenburg ; Education ; German Democratic Republic ; Germany ; Governance ; Peripheral region ; Saxony ; Territory
  • Brain drain in Eastern Germany and increasing governance paradoxes related to the outcomes of post-socialist peripheralization, new approach to educational policy in Saxony and Brandenburg. - (IfL)
  • Regional policy and local development prospects in a Greek peripheral region : the case of Thraki
  • Italian urban geography : counterurbanization versus peripheral development
  • Den siste butikken. Marginale kjopmenn og forbrukere i Ostlandets randomrader The last retail outlet. Marginal shopkeepers and consumers in the peripheral areas of eastern Norway
  • Considerations about the peripheral places of tourism
  • Rural structure, surplus mobilisation and modes of production in a peripheral region: the Brazilian North East
  • The rise and fall of universal primary education in peripheral Northern Nigeria
  • Core-periphery ; Economic impact ; Hungary ; Living standard ; Peripheral region ; Political reform ; Poverty ; Rural-urban relations ; Spatial distribution ; Town
  • The spatial income pattern of Hungary significantly altered after the political transition. The change influenced the territorial characteristics of peripheral areas. The development of the formerly backward areas in Western Hungary was confirmed
  • by the investigation of the lowest tenth of the income rank analysed in the study. The paper points out that the appearance of new peripheral settlements were in connection with the structural crisis of the mining and heavy industrial areas of NE and SW Hungary
  • . Peripheral settlements tend to concentrate territorially after the political transition causing the deepening of their depression. The backward situation of the peripheral areas can be regarded as stable, their catching up has not started yet. - (AM)
  • Regeneration policies for peripheral housing estates : inward-and outward-looking approaches
  • Problem peripheral estates may be seen as a particular variant of the wider phenomenon of the hard-to-let social housing estate. Peripherality refers to a range of phenomena, including spatial isolation, long travel-to-work distances
  • and marginalisation from employment opportunities. Economic problems commonly associated with peripheral estates include the lack of economic base and high levels of unemployment. Regeneration policies applied since the mid 1980s are examined.