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Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
Publication timeframe
6 times per year
Languages
German, English

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Volume 58 (2000): Issue 5 (September 2000)

Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
Publication timeframe
6 times per year
Languages
German, English

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11 Articles

Beiträge

access type Open Access

Specialisation and Spatial Concentration in the Economy of a Europe of the Regions

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 363 - 372

Abstract

Abstract

The subject of the paper is to analyse the development of the economic structure of regions and the concentration of economic activities in space. An important non-linearity obtained from new regional economics is stressed: the importance of the core increases at the early stage of the development, but then declines again. A similar pattern can be derived for specialisation. Against this background a discussion follows on whether specialisation trends will change after the completion of European Economic and Monetary Union and what would be the consequences. Finally, we present an empirical analysis of the prevailing trends with respect to regional concentration and specialisation for western Germany.

access type Open Access

Overcoming Disparities in Transport Infrastructure in the Reunited Germany between 1990 and 1999

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 373 - 381

Abstract

Abstract

The quality of transport infrastructure has a major impact on the economic development of regions. Where it is inadequate – as it was in the former GDR at the time of reunification – it can act as a factor stifling growth. For politics, the goal therefore was at that time – and still remains – to improve on the situation found. This article attempts to provide an appraisal of the success to date of attempts to bring about this improvement. As far as rail transport is concerned, counties in the “newLänder” (of the former East Germany) now on average have better connections to the network than counties in western Germany. However, disparities between urban and rural areas have increased considerably. By contrast, relatively little progress has been made so far in up-grading and adding to the road network.

access type Open Access

The Role of Regional Planning in Designating Flora and Fauna Habitats and Bird Sanctuaries of European Significance

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 382 - 388

Abstract

Abstract

The transposition into national law of the EU's FFH and Conservation of Wild Birds Derective has involved the introduction of a number of new duties and legal consequences (such as environmental impact assessments, protection of habitats and prohibitions on inpairment) affecting conservation and regional planning. The first part of this article is concerned with duties of notification and protection and with EIAs for projects and plans, and with the technical criteria and procedure for selecting areas for the “Natura 2000“ network. The second part of the article discusses ways in which the goals of regional planning should be taken into account in selecting suitable sites, the implementation of Natura 2000 within state development plans and regional plans, and the pros and cons of a spatial-planning-oriented procedure.

access type Open Access

The Regional Land Use Plan: potentials, problems and proposed solutions

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 389 - 398

Abstract

Abstract

The “Regional Land Use Plan” (or „Regional Masterplan” – Gm. Regionaler Flächennutzungsplan) has been introduced to link regional and urban planning. Legislation (Section 9 VI of the German Federal Regional Planning Act – Raumordnungsgesetz-ROGJ requires this plan to be applied to entire regions and to comply with regional (ROG) and urban planning law (the Federal Building Code – Baugesetzbuch-BauGB). Due to its complexity, the Länder, regions and municipalities have not yet implemented regional masterplans. However, such plans could be simplified by suitable modifications, such as different levels of planning scales and concepts, as proposed by interviewed planners, since better results and efficiency and greater acceptance of this new plan type will depend significantly on closer co-operation among the municipalities in terms of planning concepts and strategies.

access type Open Access

The Identification and Assessment of Potential Hazards from Suspected Contamination Posed by Disused Industrial Sites

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 399 - 405

Abstract

Abstract

In order to facilitate initial risk assessment on a large number of sites, a system of assessment was tested which concentrates solely on the key factors, such as sources of contamination, the carritage of harmful substances into the ground water and effects on human beings. The factors were subdivided into gradable groups or classes according to scientific criteria, thus establishing a system and a rule for computation. Determinants proved to be both the scale of investigation and the availability of data. The numerical score provides a (limited) basis for comparing and classifiying the differing degrees of hazard posed by a large number of sites.

access type Open Access

Sustainable Spatial Development: Concept for an Interdisciplinary Research Programme

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 406 - 417

Abstract

Abstract

Spatial aspects of spatial development will become a key question of social debate in the coming decades. However, substantial research deficits exist with respect to the interaction between human activities in space and their economic, social and ecological impacts. Obviously, these issues cannot be resolved by individual disciplines, but require a holistic research approach. The article presents an outline of such an interdisciplinary research programme.

Kurzberichte Aus Praxis und Forschung

access type Open Access

Das IRS-Werkstattgespräch – Netzwerk einer transdisziplinären und kommunikativen Stadtgeschichtsforschung

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 418 - 421

Abstract

access type Open Access

Zum Einsatz neuer Informationstechnologien in Raumplanung und Umweltverwaltung

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 422 - 426

Abstract

access type Open Access

„Nordrhein-Westfalen im 21. Jahrhundert – Die Zukunft innovativ und nachhaltig gestalten“

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 427 - 429

Abstract

Neue Literatur

access type Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 430 - 437

Abstract

access type Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 437 - 442

Abstract

11 Articles

Beiträge

access type Open Access

Specialisation and Spatial Concentration in the Economy of a Europe of the Regions

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 363 - 372

Abstract

Abstract

The subject of the paper is to analyse the development of the economic structure of regions and the concentration of economic activities in space. An important non-linearity obtained from new regional economics is stressed: the importance of the core increases at the early stage of the development, but then declines again. A similar pattern can be derived for specialisation. Against this background a discussion follows on whether specialisation trends will change after the completion of European Economic and Monetary Union and what would be the consequences. Finally, we present an empirical analysis of the prevailing trends with respect to regional concentration and specialisation for western Germany.

access type Open Access

Overcoming Disparities in Transport Infrastructure in the Reunited Germany between 1990 and 1999

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 373 - 381

Abstract

Abstract

The quality of transport infrastructure has a major impact on the economic development of regions. Where it is inadequate – as it was in the former GDR at the time of reunification – it can act as a factor stifling growth. For politics, the goal therefore was at that time – and still remains – to improve on the situation found. This article attempts to provide an appraisal of the success to date of attempts to bring about this improvement. As far as rail transport is concerned, counties in the “newLänder” (of the former East Germany) now on average have better connections to the network than counties in western Germany. However, disparities between urban and rural areas have increased considerably. By contrast, relatively little progress has been made so far in up-grading and adding to the road network.

access type Open Access

The Role of Regional Planning in Designating Flora and Fauna Habitats and Bird Sanctuaries of European Significance

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 382 - 388

Abstract

Abstract

The transposition into national law of the EU's FFH and Conservation of Wild Birds Derective has involved the introduction of a number of new duties and legal consequences (such as environmental impact assessments, protection of habitats and prohibitions on inpairment) affecting conservation and regional planning. The first part of this article is concerned with duties of notification and protection and with EIAs for projects and plans, and with the technical criteria and procedure for selecting areas for the “Natura 2000“ network. The second part of the article discusses ways in which the goals of regional planning should be taken into account in selecting suitable sites, the implementation of Natura 2000 within state development plans and regional plans, and the pros and cons of a spatial-planning-oriented procedure.

access type Open Access

The Regional Land Use Plan: potentials, problems and proposed solutions

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 389 - 398

Abstract

Abstract

The “Regional Land Use Plan” (or „Regional Masterplan” – Gm. Regionaler Flächennutzungsplan) has been introduced to link regional and urban planning. Legislation (Section 9 VI of the German Federal Regional Planning Act – Raumordnungsgesetz-ROGJ requires this plan to be applied to entire regions and to comply with regional (ROG) and urban planning law (the Federal Building Code – Baugesetzbuch-BauGB). Due to its complexity, the Länder, regions and municipalities have not yet implemented regional masterplans. However, such plans could be simplified by suitable modifications, such as different levels of planning scales and concepts, as proposed by interviewed planners, since better results and efficiency and greater acceptance of this new plan type will depend significantly on closer co-operation among the municipalities in terms of planning concepts and strategies.

access type Open Access

The Identification and Assessment of Potential Hazards from Suspected Contamination Posed by Disused Industrial Sites

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 399 - 405

Abstract

Abstract

In order to facilitate initial risk assessment on a large number of sites, a system of assessment was tested which concentrates solely on the key factors, such as sources of contamination, the carritage of harmful substances into the ground water and effects on human beings. The factors were subdivided into gradable groups or classes according to scientific criteria, thus establishing a system and a rule for computation. Determinants proved to be both the scale of investigation and the availability of data. The numerical score provides a (limited) basis for comparing and classifiying the differing degrees of hazard posed by a large number of sites.

access type Open Access

Sustainable Spatial Development: Concept for an Interdisciplinary Research Programme

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 406 - 417

Abstract

Abstract

Spatial aspects of spatial development will become a key question of social debate in the coming decades. However, substantial research deficits exist with respect to the interaction between human activities in space and their economic, social and ecological impacts. Obviously, these issues cannot be resolved by individual disciplines, but require a holistic research approach. The article presents an outline of such an interdisciplinary research programme.

Kurzberichte Aus Praxis und Forschung

Neue Literatur

access type Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 430 - 437

Abstract

access type Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 30 Sep 2000
Page range: 437 - 442

Abstract

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