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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 66 (2008): Issue 3 (May 2008)

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

Editorial

Open Access

Raumplanung als strategische Planung

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 1 - 1

Abstract

Article

Open Access

Investment and promotion requirements of urban development 2007 until 2013 in Germany

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 282 - 289

Abstract

Abstract

The article reports on a completed study concerning the future requirements of funds in the joint promotion of urban development of the federation and the federal states. It centres around a representative survey of investment requirements in different areas of urban development measures in East and West German cities, which was examined afterwards from an macro-economic perspective. According to the study the investment and promotion requirement of urban development remains high and will amount to an estimated 64 billion euro until 2013 (public and private investments).

Keywords

  • Investment requirement in urban development
  • Urban development promotion
  • East Germany
  • West Germany
Open Access

Metropolitan regions, knowledge regions and governance

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 219 - 229

Abstract

Abstract

Lead question of the contribution is whether and how metropolitan regions are able to resolve the tension between territorially oriented and functionally oriented modes of governance resulting from combining metropolitan regions with the concept of “knowledge regions”. The discussion centers on what does the notion “metropolitan region” convey, which are the requirements put foreward by “knowledge regions”, what conflicts may surge between territorial and functional governance and how do the German metropolitan regions tend to handle those tensions.

Keywords

  • Metropolitan region
  • Knowledge region
  • Regional governance
  • Innovative systems
  • Co-ordination
Open Access

Strategic urban and regional planning

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 230 - 243

Abstract

Abstract

The term „strategic planning“ is increasingly used in German planning theory but in a very ambiguous way. For ones, the revival of strategic planning offers hopes for a third way between comprehensive and incremental planning. For others strategic planning is actually a fuzzy concept and rather “old wine in new bottles”. The main aim of the paper is to construct a new model of strategic urban and regional planning and to prove this by empirical analysis of approaches and problems in application. Therefore the first part of the paper tries a positioning of strategic planning within theoretical discourses: some definitions from international planning theories are presented, and differences between incremental and comprehensive planning models are pointed out. Part 2 provides a normative model of strategic planning with main elements: how should strategic planning be to fulfil different demands? Part 3 describes contexts, approaches and some experiences of the application of strategic visions and projects in the management of spatial changes of cities and regions in decline. Finally in part 4, the model of strategic urban and regional planning will be reflected in a critical way.

Keywords

  • City and regional planning
  • Strategic visions
  • Strategic projects
  • Planning models
  • Planning theory
Open Access

Elimination of structural deficits using the Joint Task of “Improving the regional economic structure”

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 244 - 259

Abstract

Abstract

The Joint Task of “Improving the regional economic structure” is one of the most important instruments for the “Reconstruction East”. Herein the federal states have an extensive flexibility to define their own kind of industrial policy. Due to their structural deficits this paper is focused on the federal states in East-Germany. A decrease in the budget constrains the governments to improve efficiency of subsidies. However, there is one way to solve this problem: change unselective government aid to regional as well as sectoral government aid. This paper shows that there is no federal state, which has applied this kind of policy forcefully.

Keywords

  • Joint Tasks
  • Investment Assistance
  • Regional Economic Structure
  • East Germany
Open Access

Beyond the commuter belt: graduates’ plans for migration and demographic change in rural areas

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 260 - 270

Abstract

Abstract

The population of many regions in rural areas declines as mainly young adults leave. Simultaneously, only few people move into these areas if processes like suburbanisation do not play a substantial role. In this situation, young adults must be regarded as a crucial group for the future of any region. Demographic, economic, and societal prosperity depends on them to a large extent. At the same time, school graduates are increasingly forced to be more and more mobile by changing and more volatile labour markets. The article focuses on the motivations of graduates while making their decisions to leave their home district or to stay. Based on this analysis, it asks which political instruments are appropriate in these regions beyond ‘commuter-belts’. Considering the local context, the authorities have to combine policies and instruments including family policy, regional marketing and educational aspects. The empirical findings are based on a case study in the Haßberge district in Northern Bavaria.

Keywords

  • Demographic change
  • Internal migration
  • Education geography
  • Geography of employment
  • Bavaria

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

Prom derelict port towards a thriving new city: London Docklands

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 271 - 281

Abstract

Abstract

The transformation of former docks close to city centers into profitable locations for first-class offices and top-quality residences does belong to the most striking changes in contemporary port cities. In this regard London Docklands act as a prime example in Europe. However the development from scruffy docks into a postmodern edge city which has taken place under prime minister Thatcher during the 1980ies and early 1990ies was discussed quite emotionally and controversially at that time. The goal of this paper is to analyse both the urban, economic and social ramifications and the chosen strategies of the docks regeneration exempt from ideological and political discussions.

Keywords

  • London Docklands
  • Canary Wharf
  • Waterfront revitalisation
  • Urban development corporations
  • Enterprise zones

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 290 - 298

Abstract

Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 299 - 299

Abstract

9 Articles

Editorial

Open Access

Raumplanung als strategische Planung

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 1 - 1

Abstract

Article

Open Access

Investment and promotion requirements of urban development 2007 until 2013 in Germany

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 282 - 289

Abstract

Abstract

The article reports on a completed study concerning the future requirements of funds in the joint promotion of urban development of the federation and the federal states. It centres around a representative survey of investment requirements in different areas of urban development measures in East and West German cities, which was examined afterwards from an macro-economic perspective. According to the study the investment and promotion requirement of urban development remains high and will amount to an estimated 64 billion euro until 2013 (public and private investments).

Keywords

  • Investment requirement in urban development
  • Urban development promotion
  • East Germany
  • West Germany
Open Access

Metropolitan regions, knowledge regions and governance

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 219 - 229

Abstract

Abstract

Lead question of the contribution is whether and how metropolitan regions are able to resolve the tension between territorially oriented and functionally oriented modes of governance resulting from combining metropolitan regions with the concept of “knowledge regions”. The discussion centers on what does the notion “metropolitan region” convey, which are the requirements put foreward by “knowledge regions”, what conflicts may surge between territorial and functional governance and how do the German metropolitan regions tend to handle those tensions.

Keywords

  • Metropolitan region
  • Knowledge region
  • Regional governance
  • Innovative systems
  • Co-ordination
Open Access

Strategic urban and regional planning

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 230 - 243

Abstract

Abstract

The term „strategic planning“ is increasingly used in German planning theory but in a very ambiguous way. For ones, the revival of strategic planning offers hopes for a third way between comprehensive and incremental planning. For others strategic planning is actually a fuzzy concept and rather “old wine in new bottles”. The main aim of the paper is to construct a new model of strategic urban and regional planning and to prove this by empirical analysis of approaches and problems in application. Therefore the first part of the paper tries a positioning of strategic planning within theoretical discourses: some definitions from international planning theories are presented, and differences between incremental and comprehensive planning models are pointed out. Part 2 provides a normative model of strategic planning with main elements: how should strategic planning be to fulfil different demands? Part 3 describes contexts, approaches and some experiences of the application of strategic visions and projects in the management of spatial changes of cities and regions in decline. Finally in part 4, the model of strategic urban and regional planning will be reflected in a critical way.

Keywords

  • City and regional planning
  • Strategic visions
  • Strategic projects
  • Planning models
  • Planning theory
Open Access

Elimination of structural deficits using the Joint Task of “Improving the regional economic structure”

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 244 - 259

Abstract

Abstract

The Joint Task of “Improving the regional economic structure” is one of the most important instruments for the “Reconstruction East”. Herein the federal states have an extensive flexibility to define their own kind of industrial policy. Due to their structural deficits this paper is focused on the federal states in East-Germany. A decrease in the budget constrains the governments to improve efficiency of subsidies. However, there is one way to solve this problem: change unselective government aid to regional as well as sectoral government aid. This paper shows that there is no federal state, which has applied this kind of policy forcefully.

Keywords

  • Joint Tasks
  • Investment Assistance
  • Regional Economic Structure
  • East Germany
Open Access

Beyond the commuter belt: graduates’ plans for migration and demographic change in rural areas

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 260 - 270

Abstract

Abstract

The population of many regions in rural areas declines as mainly young adults leave. Simultaneously, only few people move into these areas if processes like suburbanisation do not play a substantial role. In this situation, young adults must be regarded as a crucial group for the future of any region. Demographic, economic, and societal prosperity depends on them to a large extent. At the same time, school graduates are increasingly forced to be more and more mobile by changing and more volatile labour markets. The article focuses on the motivations of graduates while making their decisions to leave their home district or to stay. Based on this analysis, it asks which political instruments are appropriate in these regions beyond ‘commuter-belts’. Considering the local context, the authorities have to combine policies and instruments including family policy, regional marketing and educational aspects. The empirical findings are based on a case study in the Haßberge district in Northern Bavaria.

Keywords

  • Demographic change
  • Internal migration
  • Education geography
  • Geography of employment
  • Bavaria

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

Prom derelict port towards a thriving new city: London Docklands

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 271 - 281

Abstract

Abstract

The transformation of former docks close to city centers into profitable locations for first-class offices and top-quality residences does belong to the most striking changes in contemporary port cities. In this regard London Docklands act as a prime example in Europe. However the development from scruffy docks into a postmodern edge city which has taken place under prime minister Thatcher during the 1980ies and early 1990ies was discussed quite emotionally and controversially at that time. The goal of this paper is to analyse both the urban, economic and social ramifications and the chosen strategies of the docks regeneration exempt from ideological and political discussions.

Keywords

  • London Docklands
  • Canary Wharf
  • Waterfront revitalisation
  • Urban development corporations
  • Enterprise zones

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 290 - 298

Abstract

Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 31 May 2008
Page range: 299 - 299

Abstract

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