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eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
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6 times per year
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German, English

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Volume 62 (2004): Issue 6 (November 2004)

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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7 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

Open Access

“Soft” Gentrification, Increasing Student Numbers and Ethnic Concentrations in East German Inner-city Fringe Areas?

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 361 - 374

Abstract

Abstract

The year 1997 marks a turning point in the development of east German inner-city fringe areas: many old residential quarters have registered clear increases in the number of inhabitants again after a phase of exodus. The time of the trend reversal coincides with the development of an excess supply of housing space and decreasing rents, which determine the situation of east German housing markets until today and allow a relatively large freedom of choice in the search for housing. Under these conditions the social contrasts between emptying areas and areas that receive immigrants are increasing. Simultaneously a cultural differentiation between individual urban sub-areas is emerging as a result of the development of characteristic milieus. The article aims to provide a deeper insight into the developments in old residential areas near the inner cities since the middle of the 1990’s. Recent trends are considered by taking the social change in the inner-city fringe areas from the period of industrial expansion in Leipzig over a period eight years as a case in point.

Open Access

Can Research Institutions make the East German Economy Prosper?

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 375 - 386

Abstract

Abstract

East German firms are characterized by a relative weakness in their innovative capacity which must be seen a major reason for the poor growth rates of the region. It is often assumed that knowledge-transfers along with spillover-effects may be an effective means to enhance the competitiveness of regional firms. Using the experience of firms in Saxony-Anhalt, we examine to what extent cooperative relations exist and what forms of knowledge transfer are being practiced. A special focus is on joint projects that aim at the direct and collaborative development of innovations. We find the potential use of knowledge transfer being hindered by obstacles in both, research institutions and enterprises. Measures for the improvement of knowledge transfer are being suggested as part of an economic policy to foster the catching up of regions like Eastern Germany.

Open Access

Evaluations in Regional Development

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 387 - 396

Abstract

Abstract

In the 1990ies Regional Development Concepts have become a mainstream tool in the German Länder, mostly without a systematic review of their performance. Before this background the article deals with the neglected challenge of evaluations in regional development. Introductorily the need for and the restrictions of evaluations in regional development are described (Chapter 1). Starting from fundamental considerations on policy and programme evaluations (Chapter 2) and the state of art in evaluation of regional development in Germany (Chapter 3) a proposal for a method to evaluate Regional Development Concepts is outlined (Chapter 4) and conclusions are drawn (Chapter 5).

Open Access

Reinventing the local scope of development

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 397 - 406

Abstract

Abstract

Involving the public in decision making is a common concern of policymakers and scientists. In the reality of planning praxis, however, the opposite tendency can be observed: the local residents increasingly withdraw from the local public life. Our investigations in two periurban communities show that this withdrawal is not primarily caused by the lack of suitable opportunities for the residents to participate in shaping the local public place. In order to revive public life and promote a need oriented community development, new informal instruments are needed for the residents to express their individual needs without jeopardising their social integration.

Open Access

Regional Management – Potentials, Limits and Perspectives

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 407 - 417

Abstract

Abstract

The concept of regional management has gained more and more importance over the last decade. Based on empirical studies of three regions in Saxony-Anhalt, the concept of regional management was closely examined from a theoretical and practical perspective to determine the efficiency of this concept. The results of this analysis are presented in this essay. The structures of the regional management of the three case studies are presented and quality criteria are identified. Problems of implementation are also indicated. On this basis, recommendations are drawn for the future implementation of regional management concepts.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

Entwicklung des großflächigen Einzelhandels in regionaler Verantwortung

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 418 - 428

Abstract

Kurzfassung

Unter Federführung der regionalen Strukturkonferenz Ost-Friesland haben vier Landkreise und zwei kreisfreie Städte mit einer Abstimmung ihrer großflächigen Einzelhandelsentwicklung begonnen.

Nach einer rund zweijährigen Planungsphase, welche neben einer Bestandsaufnahme der Einzelhandelssituation vor allem die Aufstellung eines interkommunalen Kooperationsund Abstimmungsverfahrens beinhaltete, konnte Anfang 2004 eine interkommunale Vereinbarung geschlossen werden, die den Beginn der Verfahrensimplikation in der Region markierte.

Der Beitrag beschreibt Ausgangssituation, Zielstellung und Methodik des Verfahrens und geht darüber hinaus in einem Zwischenfazit auf erste Erfahrungen in realen Anwendungsfällen ein.

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7 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

Open Access

“Soft” Gentrification, Increasing Student Numbers and Ethnic Concentrations in East German Inner-city Fringe Areas?

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 361 - 374

Abstract

Abstract

The year 1997 marks a turning point in the development of east German inner-city fringe areas: many old residential quarters have registered clear increases in the number of inhabitants again after a phase of exodus. The time of the trend reversal coincides with the development of an excess supply of housing space and decreasing rents, which determine the situation of east German housing markets until today and allow a relatively large freedom of choice in the search for housing. Under these conditions the social contrasts between emptying areas and areas that receive immigrants are increasing. Simultaneously a cultural differentiation between individual urban sub-areas is emerging as a result of the development of characteristic milieus. The article aims to provide a deeper insight into the developments in old residential areas near the inner cities since the middle of the 1990’s. Recent trends are considered by taking the social change in the inner-city fringe areas from the period of industrial expansion in Leipzig over a period eight years as a case in point.

Open Access

Can Research Institutions make the East German Economy Prosper?

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 375 - 386

Abstract

Abstract

East German firms are characterized by a relative weakness in their innovative capacity which must be seen a major reason for the poor growth rates of the region. It is often assumed that knowledge-transfers along with spillover-effects may be an effective means to enhance the competitiveness of regional firms. Using the experience of firms in Saxony-Anhalt, we examine to what extent cooperative relations exist and what forms of knowledge transfer are being practiced. A special focus is on joint projects that aim at the direct and collaborative development of innovations. We find the potential use of knowledge transfer being hindered by obstacles in both, research institutions and enterprises. Measures for the improvement of knowledge transfer are being suggested as part of an economic policy to foster the catching up of regions like Eastern Germany.

Open Access

Evaluations in Regional Development

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 387 - 396

Abstract

Abstract

In the 1990ies Regional Development Concepts have become a mainstream tool in the German Länder, mostly without a systematic review of their performance. Before this background the article deals with the neglected challenge of evaluations in regional development. Introductorily the need for and the restrictions of evaluations in regional development are described (Chapter 1). Starting from fundamental considerations on policy and programme evaluations (Chapter 2) and the state of art in evaluation of regional development in Germany (Chapter 3) a proposal for a method to evaluate Regional Development Concepts is outlined (Chapter 4) and conclusions are drawn (Chapter 5).

Open Access

Reinventing the local scope of development

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 397 - 406

Abstract

Abstract

Involving the public in decision making is a common concern of policymakers and scientists. In the reality of planning praxis, however, the opposite tendency can be observed: the local residents increasingly withdraw from the local public life. Our investigations in two periurban communities show that this withdrawal is not primarily caused by the lack of suitable opportunities for the residents to participate in shaping the local public place. In order to revive public life and promote a need oriented community development, new informal instruments are needed for the residents to express their individual needs without jeopardising their social integration.

Open Access

Regional Management – Potentials, Limits and Perspectives

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 407 - 417

Abstract

Abstract

The concept of regional management has gained more and more importance over the last decade. Based on empirical studies of three regions in Saxony-Anhalt, the concept of regional management was closely examined from a theoretical and practical perspective to determine the efficiency of this concept. The results of this analysis are presented in this essay. The structures of the regional management of the three case studies are presented and quality criteria are identified. Problems of implementation are also indicated. On this basis, recommendations are drawn for the future implementation of regional management concepts.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

Entwicklung des großflächigen Einzelhandels in regionaler Verantwortung

Published Online: 30 Nov 2004
Page range: 418 - 428

Abstract

Kurzfassung

Unter Federführung der regionalen Strukturkonferenz Ost-Friesland haben vier Landkreise und zwei kreisfreie Städte mit einer Abstimmung ihrer großflächigen Einzelhandelsentwicklung begonnen.

Nach einer rund zweijährigen Planungsphase, welche neben einer Bestandsaufnahme der Einzelhandelssituation vor allem die Aufstellung eines interkommunalen Kooperationsund Abstimmungsverfahrens beinhaltete, konnte Anfang 2004 eine interkommunale Vereinbarung geschlossen werden, die den Beginn der Verfahrensimplikation in der Region markierte.

Der Beitrag beschreibt Ausgangssituation, Zielstellung und Methodik des Verfahrens und geht darüber hinaus in einem Zwischenfazit auf erste Erfahrungen in realen Anwendungsfällen ein.

Rezensionen

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