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

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Volume 64 (2006): Issue 4 (July 2006)

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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9 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

Open Access

Daseinsvorsorge und demographischer Wandel: Wie ändert sich das Raum- und Staatsverständnis?

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 245 - 257

Abstract

Abstract

Demographic change challenges public services in different areas of Germany to a different extent: booming metropolitan areas are contrasted by shrinking industrial and rural areas. Thus, efficient regulation of public services can no longer follow the aim of spatial equivalence. Spatial development should rather be based on the European idea of economic, social, and spatial cohesion. In this model, public private partnerships can substitute the exhausted welfare state by offering public services. But this provision model is no emergency exit for the state and its municipalities challenged by demography.

Open Access

Qualifikationsentwicklung der Beschäftigten in Deutschland – eine raumbezogene Analyse

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 258 - 269

Abstract

Abstract

Based on data provided by the German Institute of Labour Market and Employment Research, the article depicts the development of the qualification structure of employees in German regions between 1993 and 2002, illustrated by maps and figures. We analyse spatial patterns of change for different qualification groups, outlining a regional typology, and discuss issues of ageing as well as differentiations according to types of settlement structure; finally, centre-periphery developments in two selected urban agglomerations are addressed (Berlin and Rhein-Ruhr).

Open Access

Aktuelle Entwicklungen der IuK-Technologien – Konsequenzen für räumliche Entwicklung und Raumplanung

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 270 - 283

Abstract

Abstract

Innovation is leading to several new technologies in ICT every year – while mobile phones and the Internet where the leading innovation in the ICT-sector of the 1990s, naw the integration of those networks is mare important. Due to increasing bandwidths and new wireless technologies mare services can be provided by actual data networks. This essay is showing latest developments in ICT and discusses their importance for spatial planning because of their power to influence or even change spatial stuctures.

Open Access

Lösungsansatz zum Gewichtungsproblem der Förderindikatoren beim Übergang zu einem gesamtdeutschen Modell

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 284 - 298

Abstract

Abstract

All German regions are examined in regular intervals to select eligible regions. The delimitation of assisted areas is based on a general indicator model that contains indicators of the regional income and labour market situation. Up to now the need for assistance in the regions in West and East Germany has been examined with separate models. When changing to a model for all German regions, that combines different indicators, there are several not explainable effects in the ranking of the regions. This article tries to explain these differences in ranking and offers solutions for this problem.

Open Access

Abgrenzung deutscher Arbeitsmarktregionen

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 299 - 309

Abstract

Abstract

Functional delineated labour market regions are needed for regional economic analyses. In dependence of the definition of regions economic regions in space can be seen as „rich“ or „poor“ areas. In addition to this statistical and econometric reasons argue for using functional labour market regions. The available definitions of functional units are based mostly on data from 1980s and 1990s. To that extent a new delineation is required. The authors use a factor analysis with an oblique rotation and receive 150 labour market regions, which consist of one or more administrative units (Kreise). These labour markets regions fulfil the criterion of reasonable commuting time (maximally 45 to 60 minutes in dependence of the attractiveness of the centre). They have a size of more than 50,000 inhabitants.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

„Changing fast“ – Transformationsprozesse in den Docklands in Dublin

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 310 - 321

Abstract

Open Access

Umweltprüfung von Regionalplänen – Neue Chancen für die Regionalplanung aus der Perspektive der Region Stuttgart

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 322 - 328

Abstract

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Article

Open Access

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Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 336 - 336

Abstract

9 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

Open Access

Daseinsvorsorge und demographischer Wandel: Wie ändert sich das Raum- und Staatsverständnis?

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 245 - 257

Abstract

Abstract

Demographic change challenges public services in different areas of Germany to a different extent: booming metropolitan areas are contrasted by shrinking industrial and rural areas. Thus, efficient regulation of public services can no longer follow the aim of spatial equivalence. Spatial development should rather be based on the European idea of economic, social, and spatial cohesion. In this model, public private partnerships can substitute the exhausted welfare state by offering public services. But this provision model is no emergency exit for the state and its municipalities challenged by demography.

Open Access

Qualifikationsentwicklung der Beschäftigten in Deutschland – eine raumbezogene Analyse

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 258 - 269

Abstract

Abstract

Based on data provided by the German Institute of Labour Market and Employment Research, the article depicts the development of the qualification structure of employees in German regions between 1993 and 2002, illustrated by maps and figures. We analyse spatial patterns of change for different qualification groups, outlining a regional typology, and discuss issues of ageing as well as differentiations according to types of settlement structure; finally, centre-periphery developments in two selected urban agglomerations are addressed (Berlin and Rhein-Ruhr).

Open Access

Aktuelle Entwicklungen der IuK-Technologien – Konsequenzen für räumliche Entwicklung und Raumplanung

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 270 - 283

Abstract

Abstract

Innovation is leading to several new technologies in ICT every year – while mobile phones and the Internet where the leading innovation in the ICT-sector of the 1990s, naw the integration of those networks is mare important. Due to increasing bandwidths and new wireless technologies mare services can be provided by actual data networks. This essay is showing latest developments in ICT and discusses their importance for spatial planning because of their power to influence or even change spatial stuctures.

Open Access

Lösungsansatz zum Gewichtungsproblem der Förderindikatoren beim Übergang zu einem gesamtdeutschen Modell

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 284 - 298

Abstract

Abstract

All German regions are examined in regular intervals to select eligible regions. The delimitation of assisted areas is based on a general indicator model that contains indicators of the regional income and labour market situation. Up to now the need for assistance in the regions in West and East Germany has been examined with separate models. When changing to a model for all German regions, that combines different indicators, there are several not explainable effects in the ranking of the regions. This article tries to explain these differences in ranking and offers solutions for this problem.

Open Access

Abgrenzung deutscher Arbeitsmarktregionen

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 299 - 309

Abstract

Abstract

Functional delineated labour market regions are needed for regional economic analyses. In dependence of the definition of regions economic regions in space can be seen as „rich“ or „poor“ areas. In addition to this statistical and econometric reasons argue for using functional labour market regions. The available definitions of functional units are based mostly on data from 1980s and 1990s. To that extent a new delineation is required. The authors use a factor analysis with an oblique rotation and receive 150 labour market regions, which consist of one or more administrative units (Kreise). These labour markets regions fulfil the criterion of reasonable commuting time (maximally 45 to 60 minutes in dependence of the attractiveness of the centre). They have a size of more than 50,000 inhabitants.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Article

Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 31 Jul 2006
Page range: 336 - 336

Abstract

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