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Beschreibung

"Territorial cohesion" strives for a more balanced spatial development and seeks to improve integration throughout the EU. The scientific articles in this volume examine the interpretations of this term, the challenges of European spatial development policy, and the problems and concepts involved in achieving territorial cohesion. Two short reports illustrate the implementation of territorial cohesion on the basis of two research projects.

Aus den Rezensionen:

" Joachim Burdack und Markus Hesse geben eine ausgezeichnete Übersicht der internationalen Literatur zur Suburbanisierung in all ihren Varianten Aus internationaler Sicht ist der deutsche Fachbeitrag zur europäischen Raumentwicklungspolitik ... durchaus wichtig. Die deutschen juristischen Kenntnisse über die europäische Raumentwicklungspolitik sind einmalig. Das Ministerium für Verkehr, Bau und Stadtentwicklung steuert die transnationale Zusammenarbeit Markus Leibenath und Robert Knippschild geben von dieser Zusammenarbeit einen Ausschnitt wieder, wobei sie den Anschluss bei der internationalen Literatur suchen " (Andreas Faludi, in: RuR - Raumforschung und Raumordnung, 2008, Vol. 66, Issue 5, S. 465 ff.)



Klappentext

The various regions within the EU are marked by a high degree of disparity with regard to their economic performance and productivity, and as regards their labour markets. Facing these regional differences, the task of regional and spatial sciences is to develop concepts and strategies to reduce and prevent territorial imbalances. Thus "territorial cohesion" stands for a more balanced spatial development, and aims to improve integration throughout the EU. Although the term is used in many EU documents and strategies, its meaning remains vague and unclear. The scientific articles in this annual deal with the interpretations of this term, the challenges of European spatial development policy, and the problems and concepts involved in achieving territorial cohesion. Furthermore two short reports illustrate the implementation of territorial cohesion on the basis of two research projects.



Zusammenfassung
PrefaceIntroduction 1 Dietmar Scholich The various regions within the European Union are marked by a high degree of disparity with regard to economic performance and productivity, and with respect to their labour markets. The intention underlying the EU's concept of 'territorial cohesion' is to reduce these differences and imbalances and, at the same time, to ensure more balanced spatial development throughout the EU. Territorial cohesion for which the German language uses two slightly different terms, territoriale Kohäsion and territorialer Zusammenhalt has to be seen as a general term encompassing a number of different components. In addition to redressing disparities and spatial imbalances, this concept aims to improve territorial integration and to promote co-operation among EU regions. In striving to bring about territorial cohesion, due account must be taken of the diversity of the European continent, and consideration should be given to the advantages and disadvantages each area exhibits. Among the special challenges to be faced are the concentration of population and economic activity in what has come to be known as the Pentagon, the process of EU enlargement, and the severe imbalances which exist between the major centres of population and other parts of the EU territory. Against this background, it was only right and proper that territorial cohesion should be included in the draft of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe (Article I-3), which lists economic, social, and territorial cohesion as being among the Union's objectives.

Inhalt
Preface Introduction.- Preface Introduction.- Refereed Section.- Status and Perspectives of Territorial Cohesion with Respect to European Spatial Development Policy (ESDP) Normative and Governance Aspects.- Territorial Cohesion Between Expectations, Disparities and Contradictions.- Regional Disparities Reasons Enough to Run a Cohesion-Oriented Spatial Policy?.- Territorial Cohesion, Brain Drain and Digital Divide.- Environmental Protection needs good Administration: Ecological Applications of the New Legal Instrument European Groupings of Territorial Co-operation (EGTC).- Suburbanisation, Suburbia and Zwischenstadt: Perspectives of Research and Policy.- Varying Costs of Living as Compensation for Regional Disparities in Germany.- Territorial Cohesion and Transboundary Governance: Insights from the Polish-German and the Czech-German Borders.- Short Reports.- Spatial Development Strategies in the Enlarged EU: ESPON Project 1.2.3 on Spatially Relevant Aspects of the Information Society.- IRS Participates in EU-funded Research Project Governance for Sustainability.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Territorial Cohesion
Editor:
EAN: 9783540717454
ISBN: 3540717455
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Kunst
Anzahl Seiten: 184
Gewicht: 448g
Größe: H241mm x B160mm x T16mm
Jahr: 2007
Auflage: 2007