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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 67 (2009): Issue 1 (January 2009)

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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8 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

Open Access

Density figures for urban restructuring?

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 7 - 20

Abstract

Abstract

Density is a key planning figure. It gains importance in shrinking cities. In Eastern German cities processes of shrinkage cause declines of urban densities with particular relevance for the provision of public utilities. Therefore, it is necessary to define spans of minimum densities from the perspective of public utilities for different urban structural types. Criteria to determine adequate densities for public utilities are compared against those derivingfrom other fields of planning such as transport, social facilities, green space provision and housing demand.

Keywords

  • Density
  • Shrinkage
  • Urban Restructuring in Eastern Germany
  • Public Utilities
  • Urban Structural Types

Schlagwörter

  • Dichte
  • Schrumpfung
  • Stadtumbau Ost
  • Stadttechnische Infrastruktur
  • Stadtstrukturtypen
Open Access

Labour mobility in Germany – regional migration and commuting distinguished between different educational levels

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 21 - 33

Abstract

Abstract

This article analyses internal labour mobility within Germany, distinguishing between migration and commuting and between different educational levels. Our results show that mobility flows in Germany are influenced mostly by differences in labour market conditions between East and West Germany. East Germany is characterized by net migration and net commuting losses. Remarkably, these mobility losses are rather serious in the lowest educational group and tend to be less pronounced for the workforce with academic degrees, resulting in smaller human capital losses than often expected.

Keywords

  • migration
  • commuting
  • qualification structure
  • Germany

Schlagwörter

  • Arbeitskräftewanderungen
  • Pendlerverflechtungen
  • Qualifikationsstruktur
  • Deutschland
Open Access

Delineation of Housing Market Areas using Migration Interaction: a comparative case study

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 34 - 44

Abstract

Abstract

For an accurate and consistent evaluation of regional developments it is misleading to concentrate on administrative units. The use offunctional economic areas is an essential step towards an efficient analysis when working with spatial data. The theory of spatial arbitrage suggests migration patterns as the best fitting data for the delineation of housing market areas. This article uses an algorithm to delineate housing market areas based on the county level. It combines the calculation of a migration interaction indicator with the AMOEBA clustering procedure. The example regions examined show a strong spatial relationship between housing and labour market areas.

Keywords

  • AMOEBA
  • functional regions
  • market delineation
  • housing markets
  • housing market regions

Schlagwörter

  • AMOEBA
  • Funktionalregionen
  • Regionalabgrenzung
  • Wohnungsmärkte
  • Wohnungsmarktregionen
Open Access

Status quo and dynamics of urban sprawl in Switzerland

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 45 - 53

Abstract

Abstract

This paper deals with variances in requirements of settlement area per head in mainly rural municipalities. By regression analyses, same important explanatory factors both for settlement area per head and for its change are illustrated. Case studies indicate that only local factors like high opportunity costs of land currently contribute to limit growing land requirements. The paper concludes how the Federal government could limit urban sprawl.

Keywords

  • Ground sealing
  • rural development
  • land use
  • governance
  • settlement area

Schlagwörter

  • Versiegelung
  • ländliche Entwicklung
  • Flächenverbrauch
  • Steuerungsmöglichkeiten
  • Siedlungsfläche
Open Access

Between ecological orientation of water protection and commercialisation of water management: new requirements for spatial planning and regional policy

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 54 - 68

Abstract

Abstract

The paper analyses two parallel, but distinct, trends of water management in Germany – the ecological orientation of water protection and the commercialisation of water services – in terms of their relevance for spatial development. It describes the principal features of each of these trends, illustrates their spatial dimensions and elucidates their implications for spatial planning and regional development strategies. Conclusions are drawn on how spatial planning and regional policy could be used to greater effect to shape these ongoing – and thus still open – processes of ecological orientation and commercialisation in the water sector.

Keywords

  • Water Framework Directive
  • water protection
  • water services
  • spatial planning

Schlagwörter

  • Wasserrahmenrichtlinie
  • Gewässerschutz
  • Wasserdienstleistungen
  • Raumplanung
  • Fachplanung

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

JESSICA and urban development funds – new duties for old regional development companies?

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 69 - 78

Abstract

Abstract

The JESSICA-initiative of the European Commission and the European Investment Bank allows implementing innovative instruments to enhance investments in sustainable urban development. This article analyzes possible duties of the German regional development companies in the new field of urban development funds. As they are experienced players in the compliance of public objectives of urban development, the regional development companies have profound knowledge of the JESSICA-approach’s core areas. Given their experience in the field, the regional development companies could assume the selection and the control of urban development projects within a new structure of public private partnership in an urban development fund.

Keywords

  • JESSICA
  • urban development funds
  • regional development company
  • sustainable urban development
  • public private partnership

Schlagwörter

  • JESSICA
  • Stadtentwicklungsfonds
  • Landesentwicklungsgesellschaft
  • nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung
  • Public Private Partnership

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 79 - 87

Abstract

Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 88 - 88

Abstract

8 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

Open Access

Density figures for urban restructuring?

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 7 - 20

Abstract

Abstract

Density is a key planning figure. It gains importance in shrinking cities. In Eastern German cities processes of shrinkage cause declines of urban densities with particular relevance for the provision of public utilities. Therefore, it is necessary to define spans of minimum densities from the perspective of public utilities for different urban structural types. Criteria to determine adequate densities for public utilities are compared against those derivingfrom other fields of planning such as transport, social facilities, green space provision and housing demand.

Keywords

  • Density
  • Shrinkage
  • Urban Restructuring in Eastern Germany
  • Public Utilities
  • Urban Structural Types

Schlagwörter

  • Dichte
  • Schrumpfung
  • Stadtumbau Ost
  • Stadttechnische Infrastruktur
  • Stadtstrukturtypen
Open Access

Labour mobility in Germany – regional migration and commuting distinguished between different educational levels

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 21 - 33

Abstract

Abstract

This article analyses internal labour mobility within Germany, distinguishing between migration and commuting and between different educational levels. Our results show that mobility flows in Germany are influenced mostly by differences in labour market conditions between East and West Germany. East Germany is characterized by net migration and net commuting losses. Remarkably, these mobility losses are rather serious in the lowest educational group and tend to be less pronounced for the workforce with academic degrees, resulting in smaller human capital losses than often expected.

Keywords

  • migration
  • commuting
  • qualification structure
  • Germany

Schlagwörter

  • Arbeitskräftewanderungen
  • Pendlerverflechtungen
  • Qualifikationsstruktur
  • Deutschland
Open Access

Delineation of Housing Market Areas using Migration Interaction: a comparative case study

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 34 - 44

Abstract

Abstract

For an accurate and consistent evaluation of regional developments it is misleading to concentrate on administrative units. The use offunctional economic areas is an essential step towards an efficient analysis when working with spatial data. The theory of spatial arbitrage suggests migration patterns as the best fitting data for the delineation of housing market areas. This article uses an algorithm to delineate housing market areas based on the county level. It combines the calculation of a migration interaction indicator with the AMOEBA clustering procedure. The example regions examined show a strong spatial relationship between housing and labour market areas.

Keywords

  • AMOEBA
  • functional regions
  • market delineation
  • housing markets
  • housing market regions

Schlagwörter

  • AMOEBA
  • Funktionalregionen
  • Regionalabgrenzung
  • Wohnungsmärkte
  • Wohnungsmarktregionen
Open Access

Status quo and dynamics of urban sprawl in Switzerland

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 45 - 53

Abstract

Abstract

This paper deals with variances in requirements of settlement area per head in mainly rural municipalities. By regression analyses, same important explanatory factors both for settlement area per head and for its change are illustrated. Case studies indicate that only local factors like high opportunity costs of land currently contribute to limit growing land requirements. The paper concludes how the Federal government could limit urban sprawl.

Keywords

  • Ground sealing
  • rural development
  • land use
  • governance
  • settlement area

Schlagwörter

  • Versiegelung
  • ländliche Entwicklung
  • Flächenverbrauch
  • Steuerungsmöglichkeiten
  • Siedlungsfläche
Open Access

Between ecological orientation of water protection and commercialisation of water management: new requirements for spatial planning and regional policy

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 54 - 68

Abstract

Abstract

The paper analyses two parallel, but distinct, trends of water management in Germany – the ecological orientation of water protection and the commercialisation of water services – in terms of their relevance for spatial development. It describes the principal features of each of these trends, illustrates their spatial dimensions and elucidates their implications for spatial planning and regional development strategies. Conclusions are drawn on how spatial planning and regional policy could be used to greater effect to shape these ongoing – and thus still open – processes of ecological orientation and commercialisation in the water sector.

Keywords

  • Water Framework Directive
  • water protection
  • water services
  • spatial planning

Schlagwörter

  • Wasserrahmenrichtlinie
  • Gewässerschutz
  • Wasserdienstleistungen
  • Raumplanung
  • Fachplanung

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

JESSICA and urban development funds – new duties for old regional development companies?

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 69 - 78

Abstract

Abstract

The JESSICA-initiative of the European Commission and the European Investment Bank allows implementing innovative instruments to enhance investments in sustainable urban development. This article analyzes possible duties of the German regional development companies in the new field of urban development funds. As they are experienced players in the compliance of public objectives of urban development, the regional development companies have profound knowledge of the JESSICA-approach’s core areas. Given their experience in the field, the regional development companies could assume the selection and the control of urban development projects within a new structure of public private partnership in an urban development fund.

Keywords

  • JESSICA
  • urban development funds
  • regional development company
  • sustainable urban development
  • public private partnership

Schlagwörter

  • JESSICA
  • Stadtentwicklungsfonds
  • Landesentwicklungsgesellschaft
  • nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung
  • Public Private Partnership

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 79 - 87

Abstract

Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 28 Feb 2009
Page range: 88 - 88

Abstract

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