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Journal Details
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Journal
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 63 (2005): Issue 1 (January 2005)

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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12 Articles

Vorweg

access type Open Access

Kontinuität im Wandel

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 1 - 2

Abstract

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Border Opening within Divided Cities - A Simulation of the Effects on City Structure

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 3 - 10

Abstract

Abstract

Poland’s joining the EU rises the question of the effects the opening of borders has on formerly separated cities. As consequence of the fall of the Berlin wall Häußermann and Kapphan (2000) observed the development of segregation. This contribution, by means of microeconomic simulations of the housing market, examines whether their findings are systematic or rather an empirical exception. Under a perfect price mechanism, segregation already arises within the divided city and remains even after the border has been opened. In case of limited pricing, segregation can be avoided as long as the city is divided but not after its unification.

access type Open Access

On the Convergence of the National Spatial Planning Policies of France and Germany in the Post-EUREK Process

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 11 - 20

Abstract

Abstract

The concepts of the French aménagement du territoire and of German spatial planning have approached each other in the post-EUREK-process that began after 1999. After the withdrawal of the EU-Commission from the EUREK-process that was organised intergovernmentally until then the evolved organisational and procedural structures of CEMAT and the structures that were newly created by the Commission are existing side by side. The pursuit of European spatial planning interests by the member states is strengthened by the principle of subsidiarity that is included in the European treaties. With the re-organisation of the objective- and competence system of the EU, particularly through the introduction of the aspect of “territorial cohesion“ that is associated with article 16 EGV (services of general economic interest), the debate on the European Constitutional Treaty raises different questions regarding the future organisation of a European spatial development policy. At any rate the existing insecurity concerning the competence of the EU in spatial planning is not removed by the constitutional treaty. Political interests that go in the same direction can be followed more effectively within the states and on the European level through the approach of spatial planning policy.

access type Open Access

A “Regionalpark“ as a field of action for Metropolitan Governance

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 21 - 31

Abstract

Abstract

Several Metropolitan Regions in Germany have adopted Regionalpark Concepts as a strategy to develop open spaces. In Switzerland there is a lack of actively governing and shaping open spaces in urbanised landscapes. The chances and obstacles to realizing a Regionalpark in Switzerland have been analysed based on a case study in the Zurich Glattal Region. The study considers the creation of a Regionalpark as afield of action for Metropolitan Governance. In order to perform Metropolitan Governance succesfull three strands of activity are proposed to be taken into consideration: strategies, structures and the culture of Governance.

access type Open Access

Ruinous competition for inhabitants

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 32 - 46

Abstract

Abstract

A competitive development of local authorities concerns the increase in the number of inhabitants. The German criteria of tax division between the Federal Government, the states and the local authorities in this competition are gaining a special dynamic. The outcome of demographically determined population losses and a high proportion of fixed costs for local infrastructure is a ruinous competition. The paper analyses this competition by using data for housing spaces and local deficits in the Bremen region. It is shows that processes of suburbanisation are driven by an over-proportional supply of space in rural communities. The city as the central place and core of the region tries to counteract this development by providing spaces for housing with a lower density. Different instruments of financial compensation are tools to maintain vital infrastructure and a budgetary balance.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

The City Region as a Co-operative Network

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 47 - 54

Abstract

Abstract

With the partial project for Munich entitled “Mobility and Communication – Strategies and Visions for the City and the Region“ in the framework of the combined project “Future Munich 2030“ the attempt was made to understand mobility and communication as integrative forces of urban society and as generators for urban society and urban culture.

With special regard to Munich, whose society is characterised by varied Interactive discourses and an individual public urban culture, the question of the urban relationship in the context of the future city region has gained a particular significance.

access type Open Access

The creation of Equivalent Living Conditions in all Sub-areas

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 55 - 62

Abstract

Abstract

The public discussion about the standard for the creation of equivalent living conditions in all sub-areas has obtained a topicality in Germany for a number of reasons that has even prompted the Federal President to mention the subject recently. Government spatial planning in the federation and the federal states (Länder) has not taken up this new discussion at all or only tentatively. The author describes the relationships between spatial planning tasks and the Implementation of this standard. He refers to earlier discussions on the subject in the former Federal Republic of Germany and to the state of the scientific discourse at that time. He outlines the fact that ”no levers“ are available with the Federal Constitution and also with the specific stipulations of the Spatial Planning Act to realise this demand on a 1∶1 scale, as is called for in many places now. He describes what should be done instead in his view.

access type Open Access

Europäisierung der Raumplanung

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 63 - 67

Abstract

Article

access type Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 68 - 73

Abstract

access type Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 74 - 82

Abstract

Erratum

access type Open Access

Mose, Ingo; Brodda Yvonne: Neue regionale Entwicklungskonzepte für periphere ländliche Räume

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 83 - 83

Abstract

access type Open Access

Wiechmann, THorsten; Beier, Markus: Evaluationen in der Regionalentwicklung

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 84 - 84

Abstract

12 Articles

Vorweg

access type Open Access

Kontinuität im Wandel

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 1 - 2

Abstract

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Border Opening within Divided Cities - A Simulation of the Effects on City Structure

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 3 - 10

Abstract

Abstract

Poland’s joining the EU rises the question of the effects the opening of borders has on formerly separated cities. As consequence of the fall of the Berlin wall Häußermann and Kapphan (2000) observed the development of segregation. This contribution, by means of microeconomic simulations of the housing market, examines whether their findings are systematic or rather an empirical exception. Under a perfect price mechanism, segregation already arises within the divided city and remains even after the border has been opened. In case of limited pricing, segregation can be avoided as long as the city is divided but not after its unification.

access type Open Access

On the Convergence of the National Spatial Planning Policies of France and Germany in the Post-EUREK Process

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 11 - 20

Abstract

Abstract

The concepts of the French aménagement du territoire and of German spatial planning have approached each other in the post-EUREK-process that began after 1999. After the withdrawal of the EU-Commission from the EUREK-process that was organised intergovernmentally until then the evolved organisational and procedural structures of CEMAT and the structures that were newly created by the Commission are existing side by side. The pursuit of European spatial planning interests by the member states is strengthened by the principle of subsidiarity that is included in the European treaties. With the re-organisation of the objective- and competence system of the EU, particularly through the introduction of the aspect of “territorial cohesion“ that is associated with article 16 EGV (services of general economic interest), the debate on the European Constitutional Treaty raises different questions regarding the future organisation of a European spatial development policy. At any rate the existing insecurity concerning the competence of the EU in spatial planning is not removed by the constitutional treaty. Political interests that go in the same direction can be followed more effectively within the states and on the European level through the approach of spatial planning policy.

access type Open Access

A “Regionalpark“ as a field of action for Metropolitan Governance

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 21 - 31

Abstract

Abstract

Several Metropolitan Regions in Germany have adopted Regionalpark Concepts as a strategy to develop open spaces. In Switzerland there is a lack of actively governing and shaping open spaces in urbanised landscapes. The chances and obstacles to realizing a Regionalpark in Switzerland have been analysed based on a case study in the Zurich Glattal Region. The study considers the creation of a Regionalpark as afield of action for Metropolitan Governance. In order to perform Metropolitan Governance succesfull three strands of activity are proposed to be taken into consideration: strategies, structures and the culture of Governance.

access type Open Access

Ruinous competition for inhabitants

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 32 - 46

Abstract

Abstract

A competitive development of local authorities concerns the increase in the number of inhabitants. The German criteria of tax division between the Federal Government, the states and the local authorities in this competition are gaining a special dynamic. The outcome of demographically determined population losses and a high proportion of fixed costs for local infrastructure is a ruinous competition. The paper analyses this competition by using data for housing spaces and local deficits in the Bremen region. It is shows that processes of suburbanisation are driven by an over-proportional supply of space in rural communities. The city as the central place and core of the region tries to counteract this development by providing spaces for housing with a lower density. Different instruments of financial compensation are tools to maintain vital infrastructure and a budgetary balance.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

The City Region as a Co-operative Network

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 47 - 54

Abstract

Abstract

With the partial project for Munich entitled “Mobility and Communication – Strategies and Visions for the City and the Region“ in the framework of the combined project “Future Munich 2030“ the attempt was made to understand mobility and communication as integrative forces of urban society and as generators for urban society and urban culture.

With special regard to Munich, whose society is characterised by varied Interactive discourses and an individual public urban culture, the question of the urban relationship in the context of the future city region has gained a particular significance.

access type Open Access

The creation of Equivalent Living Conditions in all Sub-areas

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 55 - 62

Abstract

Abstract

The public discussion about the standard for the creation of equivalent living conditions in all sub-areas has obtained a topicality in Germany for a number of reasons that has even prompted the Federal President to mention the subject recently. Government spatial planning in the federation and the federal states (Länder) has not taken up this new discussion at all or only tentatively. The author describes the relationships between spatial planning tasks and the Implementation of this standard. He refers to earlier discussions on the subject in the former Federal Republic of Germany and to the state of the scientific discourse at that time. He outlines the fact that ”no levers“ are available with the Federal Constitution and also with the specific stipulations of the Spatial Planning Act to realise this demand on a 1∶1 scale, as is called for in many places now. He describes what should be done instead in his view.

access type Open Access

Europäisierung der Raumplanung

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 63 - 67

Abstract

Article

access type Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 68 - 73

Abstract

access type Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 31 Jan 2005
Page range: 74 - 82

Abstract

Erratum

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