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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 65 (2007): Issue 1 (January 2007)

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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10 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

Open Access

Pendelbereitschaft von Arbeitnehmern in Deutschland

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 5 - 14

Abstract

Abstract

An analysis of the commuter behaviour is an important question because of the high unemployment rate in many German regions. However, there are no actual investigations for the whole country. We use data of the Federal Employment Office (Bundesagentur für Arbeit), which include all national insurance contributors, to estimate gravity models. These calculations show the willingness to travel from home to work for all employed persons as well as for sociodemographic subgroups. lt can be stated that men are more prepared to commute than women if the distance is increasing, that Germans are more willing to commute than foreigners and that workers have a greater commuting resistance than other employees. A local analysis shows that the influence of distance on commuting is higher in East German regions than in West Germany. One reason for that result may be the lower wages in East Germany. Employees accept longer driving times to work in economically prosperous regions in West Germany.

Open Access

The geography of the Creative Class in Germany

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 15 - 29

Abstract

Abstract

The article analyses the regional distribution of different categories of creative individuals in Germany. Generally, the share of creative people is higher in cities as compared to the rural areas. The freelancing artists are a kind of exception in this respect; they constitute a relatively high share of the population in some rural areas. A high share of creative people in a region can be explained by a high level of public provisions and a high share of foreign born population, which can be regarded as an indicator of the “openness” in the local milieu. Good employment opportunities have only a relatively weak impact. Regions with a high share of creatives tend to have an above average level of new business formation, a high level of innovation and a relatively high share of employees in high-tech industries.

Open Access

The Regional Park Saar – a Consideration from a Post-modern Perspective

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 30 - 43

Abstract

Abstract

In the course of the post-modernisation of society the social space relations and spatial claims are changing. City landscapes reflect these processes. With the instrument of the regional park spatial planning is devoting itself to the qualities and future perspectives of the urban landscape. Taking the Regional Park Saar as a case in point, it is shown that a new planning practice is connected with this. Here special emphasis is given to a post-modern conception of space and a more strongly co-operative approach. Non-linear, iterative planning processes are characterised by flexibility, spontaneity and individuality. Spatial planning obtains new, unfamiliar attributes: ambiguous, symbolic, experimental…

Open Access

Effects of a modified income tax distribution between a city state and suburbia – the example of Hamburg

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 44 - 55

Abstract

Abstract

Within German city states the income tax distribution according to registered residence leads to disproportionately high revenue losses. Due to commuting employees city states lose both their municipal and federal rates to their surrounding residential municipalities and Federal States. This paper simulates the modified distribution of the local income tax revenue in case of an equal split between registered residence and place of work. Emphasis is laid on the fiscal impacts for suburbia. Considering the Hamburg region as an example it is shown that both the city state and the suburban centres would profit from a modified allocation.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

Die Verwaltungsreform in Dänemark unter besonderer Betrachtung der Neuordnung der Regionen und des Planungssystems

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 56 - 59

Abstract

Open Access

Flächen- und Maßnahmenpools im Rahmen der Eingriffsregelung

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 60 - 67

Abstract

Open Access

Mit Bioenergie zur Energieautonomie?

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 68 - 70

Abstract

Open Access

Erfolgreiche Beispiele interkommunaler Kooperationen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 71 - 77

Abstract

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

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Open Access

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Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 88 - 88

Abstract

10 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

Open Access

Pendelbereitschaft von Arbeitnehmern in Deutschland

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 5 - 14

Abstract

Abstract

An analysis of the commuter behaviour is an important question because of the high unemployment rate in many German regions. However, there are no actual investigations for the whole country. We use data of the Federal Employment Office (Bundesagentur für Arbeit), which include all national insurance contributors, to estimate gravity models. These calculations show the willingness to travel from home to work for all employed persons as well as for sociodemographic subgroups. lt can be stated that men are more prepared to commute than women if the distance is increasing, that Germans are more willing to commute than foreigners and that workers have a greater commuting resistance than other employees. A local analysis shows that the influence of distance on commuting is higher in East German regions than in West Germany. One reason for that result may be the lower wages in East Germany. Employees accept longer driving times to work in economically prosperous regions in West Germany.

Open Access

The geography of the Creative Class in Germany

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 15 - 29

Abstract

Abstract

The article analyses the regional distribution of different categories of creative individuals in Germany. Generally, the share of creative people is higher in cities as compared to the rural areas. The freelancing artists are a kind of exception in this respect; they constitute a relatively high share of the population in some rural areas. A high share of creative people in a region can be explained by a high level of public provisions and a high share of foreign born population, which can be regarded as an indicator of the “openness” in the local milieu. Good employment opportunities have only a relatively weak impact. Regions with a high share of creatives tend to have an above average level of new business formation, a high level of innovation and a relatively high share of employees in high-tech industries.

Open Access

The Regional Park Saar – a Consideration from a Post-modern Perspective

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 30 - 43

Abstract

Abstract

In the course of the post-modernisation of society the social space relations and spatial claims are changing. City landscapes reflect these processes. With the instrument of the regional park spatial planning is devoting itself to the qualities and future perspectives of the urban landscape. Taking the Regional Park Saar as a case in point, it is shown that a new planning practice is connected with this. Here special emphasis is given to a post-modern conception of space and a more strongly co-operative approach. Non-linear, iterative planning processes are characterised by flexibility, spontaneity and individuality. Spatial planning obtains new, unfamiliar attributes: ambiguous, symbolic, experimental…

Open Access

Effects of a modified income tax distribution between a city state and suburbia – the example of Hamburg

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 44 - 55

Abstract

Abstract

Within German city states the income tax distribution according to registered residence leads to disproportionately high revenue losses. Due to commuting employees city states lose both their municipal and federal rates to their surrounding residential municipalities and Federal States. This paper simulates the modified distribution of the local income tax revenue in case of an equal split between registered residence and place of work. Emphasis is laid on the fiscal impacts for suburbia. Considering the Hamburg region as an example it is shown that both the city state and the suburban centres would profit from a modified allocation.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

Die Verwaltungsreform in Dänemark unter besonderer Betrachtung der Neuordnung der Regionen und des Planungssystems

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 56 - 59

Abstract

Open Access

Flächen- und Maßnahmenpools im Rahmen der Eingriffsregelung

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 60 - 67

Abstract

Open Access

Mit Bioenergie zur Energieautonomie?

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 68 - 70

Abstract

Open Access

Erfolgreiche Beispiele interkommunaler Kooperationen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 71 - 77

Abstract

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Buchanzeigen

Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2007
Page range: 88 - 88

Abstract

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