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German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy 2009

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The German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy 2009 discusses new disparities in spatial development in Europe. It explores the concept of spatial disparities, which has its roots in national spatial planning and spatial development policy.


Preface - Introduction 1 Heiderose Kilper "New Disparities in Spatial Development in Europe" - several topics are included in both the title and theme of the German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy for the Year 2009. We are frst of all concerned with the concept of spatial disparities, which has its roots in national spatial planning and spatial development policy. Regional development as interregional equalisation policy, for example, is well-anchored in the German constitution through fundamental legal standards and the division of powers among the respective federal states. The "establishment of uniform living conditions within the federal territory" and "securing the uniformity of living conditions beyond the borders of any single federal state" (Section 72 Paragraph 2 of German Basic Law [GG]) are expressly specifed as aims of government action in the constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany. With the major reform of Germany's fnancial system in 1969 and incorporation of the joint task "Improvement 1 of the Regional Economic Structure" in Section 91a of German Basic Law [GG] interventions on the part of the federal government and the wealthy federal states for the beneft of states and regions with less economic success were legitimised in constitutional terms as well. All of this would be inconceivable without the concept of spatial disparities.

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The German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy 2009 explores the concept of spatial disparities, which has its roots in national spatial planning and spatial development policy, and discusses new spatial disparities in Europe. The scientific articles provide an overview of the process of formulating a European position on "territorial cohesion" and address some of the issues surrounding new spatial disparities at different levels in different European countries. This includes the transformation from the industrial to the knowledge society, the development of settlement structures, spatial patterns of suburbanisation processes, demographic transformation, and equal ecological living conditions in the European Union.



Zusammenfassung
Preface Introduction 1 Heiderose Kilper New Disparities in Spatial Development in Europe several topics are included in both the title and theme of the German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy for the Year 2009. We are frst of all concerned with the concept of spatial disparities, which has its roots in national spatial planning and spatial development policy. Regional development as interregional equalisation policy, for example, is well-anchored in the German constitution through fundamental legal standards and the division of powers among the respective federal states. The establishment of uniform living conditions within the federal territory and securing the uniformity of living conditions beyond the borders of any single federal state (Section 72 Paragraph 2 of German Basic Law [GG]) are expressly specifed as aims of government action in the constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany. With the major reform of Germany's fnancial system in 1969 and incorporation of the joint task Improvement 1 of the Regional Economic Structure in Section 91a of German Basic Law [GG] interventions on the part of the federal government and the wealthy federal states for the beneft of states and regions with less economic success were legitimised in constitutional terms as well. All of this would be inconceivable without the concept of spatial disparities.

Inhalt
Territorial Cohesion Current Views of the Commission and the Member States of the European Union From Disparities to Diversity - Territorial Cohesion in the European Union Spatial Patterns of the Knowledge Society The Importance of Infrastructures and Interaction Networks for Regional Competitiveness in the Knowledge Economy Urbanisation processes and regional disparities in Europe The role of metropolitan regions and the importance of the settlement structure Suburban residential development in post-socialist urban regions: The case of Moscow, Sofia and Budapest The European regional demographic mosaic a challenge for spatial development Polarisation or Convergence? Spatial Patterns of Fertility in Hungary 15 Years after the Beginning of the Process of Transformation The subsidiarity principle Does it impede equal ecological living conditions in Europe? Short Reports: Demographic Change: Complexity as a Challenge for Urban and Regional Development Environmental Cooperation across Germany's External Borders the Case of Ecological Networks Conference report: European groupings of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) Experiences and Prospects Hist.Urban - Integrated Revitalisation of Historic Towns to Promote a Polycentric and Sustainable Development. A contribution in support of the Leipzig Charter on Sustainable European Cities for historic towns within the CADSES area Germany in Light of the Territorial Agenda the ESPON Perspective

Produktinformationen

Titel: German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy 2009
Untertitel: New Disparities in Spatial Development in Europe
Editor:
EAN: 9783642034015
ISBN: 3642034012
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Kunst
Anzahl Seiten: 216
Gewicht: 534g
Größe: H241mm x B160mm x T18mm
Jahr: 2009
Auflage: 2009