Spatial Change And Interregional Flows In The Integrating Europe: Essays in Honour of Karin Peschel by Johannes BröckerSpatial Change And Interregional Flows In The Integrating Europe: Essays in Honour of Karin Peschel by Johannes Bröcker

Spatial Change And Interregional Flows In The Integrating Europe: Essays in Honour of Karin Peschel

byJohannes BröckerEditorHayo Herrmann

Paperback | October 4, 2000

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Within the broad frame of regional research in an international perspective, the contributions of this volume present new theoretical, methodological and empirical results as well as political strategies for the following topics:- ecomomic integration in the Baltic rim,- innovation and regional growth,- economic integration, trade and migration,- transport infrastructure and the regions. Most of the topics deal with the long-term integration process in Europe, with a particular focus on the North European and Baltic Sea integration.
Title:Spatial Change And Interregional Flows In The Integrating Europe: Essays in Honour of Karin PeschelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:270 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.17 inPublished:October 4, 2000Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Economic Integration in the Baltic Rim: N. Groes: Structural Shifts? Sketches of the Regional Economic Development in Denmark.- A.P. Cornett: Regional Economic Integration in the Baltic Rim: Towards a European Region after Ten Years of Transition?- H.-P. Gatzweiler, W. Görmar: From Vision to Action: Spatial Development in Europe and Around the Baltic Sea.- L.O. Persson: Potential Labour Mobility between the Baltic States and Sweden.- J. Bröcker, F. Richter: Economic Integration and Transport Infrastructure in the Baltic Sea Area.- S. Baradaran, L. Lundqvist: Infrastructure and Mobility in the Baltic Sea Region.- S. Hacker, B. Johansson: Sweden and the Baltic Sea Region: Transaction Costs and Trade Intensities.- Innovation and Regional Growth: M. Fritsch: Public Research Institutions in Regional Innovations Systems: Assessment and Outline of a Research Agenda.- J. Genosko: Regional Innovation Networks. Some Theoretical Remarks.- R. Cappellin: Urban Agglomeration and Regional Development Policies in an Enlarged Europe.- D. Dohse: Knowledge Creation, Knowledge Diffusion and Regional Growth.- U. Blien, a. Tassinopoulos: Regional Development in a Restructuring Economy. The Examples of the Urban Areas of Kiel and Nuremberg. Economic Integration, Trade and Migration: S. Akkoyunlu, R. Vickerman: Migration and the Efficiency of European Labour Markets.- K. Schöler: Regional Market Areas at the EU Border.- J.A. van der Linden, J. Oosterhaven: Specialization and Concentration in the European Union, 1965 - 1985.- M. Sonis, G.J.D. Hewings, Y. Okuyama: Vertical Specialization and Interregional Trade: Turbulence Analgoy and Feedback Loops. Analysis of the Midwest Economy.- Transport Infrastructure and the Regions:. H.-F. Eckey, K. Horn: The Quality of the Transport Infrastructure in European Regions and the Influence of the Trans-European Net.- P. Nijkamp: Risk of Planning and Financing Infrastructure Projects: A Private-Public Nexus.- R.H. Funck: Regional Integration of Transport and Communications Systems in Southern Africa.