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Informacje o czasopiśmie
Format
Czasopismo
eISSN
1869-4179
Pierwsze wydanie
30 Jan 1936
Częstotliwość wydawania
6 razy w roku
Języki
Niemiecki, Angielski

Wyszukiwanie

Tom 76 (2018): Zeszyt 6 (December 2018)

Informacje o czasopiśmie
Format
Czasopismo
eISSN
1869-4179
Pierwsze wydanie
30 Jan 1936
Częstotliwość wydawania
6 razy w roku
Języki
Niemiecki, Angielski

Wyszukiwanie

8 Artykułów

Editorial

Otwarty dostęp

Über soziale Verwundbarkeit, Planungsmethoden und Arbeitskräftemobilität

Data publikacji: 31 Dec 2018
Zakres stron: 483 - 484

Abstrakt

Beitrag/Article

Otwarty dostęp

Risk Management without Risk Reduction? The Role of Social Vulnerability in Post-Disaster Recovery after Floods in Germany

Data publikacji: 31 Dec 2018
Zakres stron: 485 - 496

Abstrakt

Abstract

Environmental and climate hazards, such as floods, increasingly cause damages in cities and urbanised areas in Germany. The capacity of the impacted populations to cope with the outcome of related disasters is, amongst others, influenced by their vulnerability. Vulnerability reduction is thus key for creating social or structural resilience. This is particularly the case during post-disaster recovery and reconstruction. Recovery planning is, per definition, supposed to enable improvement, rather than a reconstruction of the status quo. However, which role does vulnerability play in recovery projects, and what kind of a recovery can improved planning lead to as a result? Based on a case study of the flood disaster of the river Danube in 2013, and particularly the Bavarian city of Deggendorf, we investigate these questions. From 2013 to 2018, data was collected by means of a survey, a spatial analysis and qualitative interviews. The results show how particular social vulnerabilities strongly influence the individual access to resources required during recovery and reconstruction as well as the capacity to deal with long-term disaster impacts. We conclude that recovery and development planning needs to acknowledge such vulnerabilities to a higher degree. The article contributes to discussions on the societal and governance causes for social vulnerability and is oriented towards actors responsible for planning and disaster management as well as the increasingly impacted public.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Environmental disaster
  • Flood
  • Vulnerability
  • Recovery
  • Building back better
  • Risk management
  • Urban planning
  • Resilience
Otwarty dostęp

Regional Mobility and Spatial Inequality: Determinants of Spatial Labor Market Behavior Considering Firm- and Region-Specific Factors

Data publikacji: 31 Dec 2018
Zakres stron: 497 - 514

Abstrakt

Abstract

Regional disparities exist between states as well as within countries. In the Federal Republic of Germany, as a result of reunification, there are still considerable regional differences in terms of economic conditions. Local economic and structural circumstances affect individual employment opportunities and can be a motive for migration. Based on rational-economic approaches, the article examines the spatial labor market behavior of full-time employees subject to social security contributions, taking into account individual, firm-specific and regional characteristics. Workplace mobility is analyzed as a job move between the macro regions of North, South and East Germany. For this purpose, a linked employer-employee dataset (LIAB) from the “Institute for Employment Research” is used, supplemented by regional structural indicators (INKAR) at the level of the spatial planning regions. The analyses using binary logistic regression models show that transregional mobility especially depends on individual characteristics such as age and qualifications. Regarding regional features, it can be seen that the emigration tendency of younger employees increases with the local level of unemployment. Overall, the results do not indicate that there is a single-track brain drain from structurally weak regions. Nevertheless, these regions face a problem in age-specific migration patterns. The outflow of young workers weakens structurally poor areas directly and permanently.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Regional mobility
  • Spatial inequality
  • Labor market
  • Regional structural indicators
Otwarty dostęp

Rational vs. (?) communicative planning methods: Theoretical starting points, empirical findings from experiments and considerations for development of methods on the example of the utility-analysis

Data publikacji: 31 Dec 2018
Zakres stron: 515 - 529

Abstrakt

Abstract

The aim of the article is, based on focused theoretical considerations, to find empirical results concerning the character of several planning methods to find conclusions for their further development. Examined is the question if several understandings of planning rationality are expressed in several planning methods. Firstly, the debate on the term of rationality in planning is reflected, which can be pointed to the dichotomy between means-and-ends-rationality on one hand and communicative rationality on the other. Based on this, empirical findings of a research project are presented, where several planning methods were valued on three main dimensions: “rational”, “communicative” and “creative”. Connected to this, on the example of the useful value analysis is examined if rational planning methods were developed towards the “communicative turn” in planning. In the conclusion a more systematic communicative design of proven rational planning methods is seen as an important and practical relevant field of planning research.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Rationality
  • Communication
  • Planning methods
  • Experiments
  • Useful value analysis

Bericht Aus Der Praxis/Practice Report

Otwarty dostęp

What do we need in Rural Areas? How to use Accessibility Modelling as a Strategy in Transport Planning

Data publikacji: 31 Dec 2018
Zakres stron: 531 - 550

Abstrakt

Abstract

Ensuring accessibility to public services and facilities is one of the biggest challenges for rural communities. Thus, planners need to locate spaces with problems in accessibility. It is necessary to estimate the impact of shifts in supply of social infrastructure or public transport. In this particular case, instruments are missing to visualize those shifts. Consequently, such an instrument was developed on behalf of the Ministry of Rural Affairs and Consumer Protection of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany) in the rural district of Calw. Along with using tools to operationalize a regional analysis of accessibility, an indexing model was developed, which combines in one indicator the accessibilities of public services and facilities providing everyday commodities. Furthermore, the instrument allows removing or adding facilities. It is thus possible to calculate operating figures, which can be used for objective decisions. Valuable for planners developing strategies for organizing services of public interest, the indexing model as part of the developed instrument describes a new method in spatial planning.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Accessibility
  • Rural space
  • Public services
  • Transport modeling

Rezension/Book Review

8 Artykułów

Editorial

Otwarty dostęp

Über soziale Verwundbarkeit, Planungsmethoden und Arbeitskräftemobilität

Data publikacji: 31 Dec 2018
Zakres stron: 483 - 484

Abstrakt

Beitrag/Article

Otwarty dostęp

Risk Management without Risk Reduction? The Role of Social Vulnerability in Post-Disaster Recovery after Floods in Germany

Data publikacji: 31 Dec 2018
Zakres stron: 485 - 496

Abstrakt

Abstract

Environmental and climate hazards, such as floods, increasingly cause damages in cities and urbanised areas in Germany. The capacity of the impacted populations to cope with the outcome of related disasters is, amongst others, influenced by their vulnerability. Vulnerability reduction is thus key for creating social or structural resilience. This is particularly the case during post-disaster recovery and reconstruction. Recovery planning is, per definition, supposed to enable improvement, rather than a reconstruction of the status quo. However, which role does vulnerability play in recovery projects, and what kind of a recovery can improved planning lead to as a result? Based on a case study of the flood disaster of the river Danube in 2013, and particularly the Bavarian city of Deggendorf, we investigate these questions. From 2013 to 2018, data was collected by means of a survey, a spatial analysis and qualitative interviews. The results show how particular social vulnerabilities strongly influence the individual access to resources required during recovery and reconstruction as well as the capacity to deal with long-term disaster impacts. We conclude that recovery and development planning needs to acknowledge such vulnerabilities to a higher degree. The article contributes to discussions on the societal and governance causes for social vulnerability and is oriented towards actors responsible for planning and disaster management as well as the increasingly impacted public.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Environmental disaster
  • Flood
  • Vulnerability
  • Recovery
  • Building back better
  • Risk management
  • Urban planning
  • Resilience
Otwarty dostęp

Regional Mobility and Spatial Inequality: Determinants of Spatial Labor Market Behavior Considering Firm- and Region-Specific Factors

Data publikacji: 31 Dec 2018
Zakres stron: 497 - 514

Abstrakt

Abstract

Regional disparities exist between states as well as within countries. In the Federal Republic of Germany, as a result of reunification, there are still considerable regional differences in terms of economic conditions. Local economic and structural circumstances affect individual employment opportunities and can be a motive for migration. Based on rational-economic approaches, the article examines the spatial labor market behavior of full-time employees subject to social security contributions, taking into account individual, firm-specific and regional characteristics. Workplace mobility is analyzed as a job move between the macro regions of North, South and East Germany. For this purpose, a linked employer-employee dataset (LIAB) from the “Institute for Employment Research” is used, supplemented by regional structural indicators (INKAR) at the level of the spatial planning regions. The analyses using binary logistic regression models show that transregional mobility especially depends on individual characteristics such as age and qualifications. Regarding regional features, it can be seen that the emigration tendency of younger employees increases with the local level of unemployment. Overall, the results do not indicate that there is a single-track brain drain from structurally weak regions. Nevertheless, these regions face a problem in age-specific migration patterns. The outflow of young workers weakens structurally poor areas directly and permanently.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Regional mobility
  • Spatial inequality
  • Labor market
  • Regional structural indicators
Otwarty dostęp

Rational vs. (?) communicative planning methods: Theoretical starting points, empirical findings from experiments and considerations for development of methods on the example of the utility-analysis

Data publikacji: 31 Dec 2018
Zakres stron: 515 - 529

Abstrakt

Abstract

The aim of the article is, based on focused theoretical considerations, to find empirical results concerning the character of several planning methods to find conclusions for their further development. Examined is the question if several understandings of planning rationality are expressed in several planning methods. Firstly, the debate on the term of rationality in planning is reflected, which can be pointed to the dichotomy between means-and-ends-rationality on one hand and communicative rationality on the other. Based on this, empirical findings of a research project are presented, where several planning methods were valued on three main dimensions: “rational”, “communicative” and “creative”. Connected to this, on the example of the useful value analysis is examined if rational planning methods were developed towards the “communicative turn” in planning. In the conclusion a more systematic communicative design of proven rational planning methods is seen as an important and practical relevant field of planning research.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Rationality
  • Communication
  • Planning methods
  • Experiments
  • Useful value analysis

Bericht Aus Der Praxis/Practice Report

Otwarty dostęp

What do we need in Rural Areas? How to use Accessibility Modelling as a Strategy in Transport Planning

Data publikacji: 31 Dec 2018
Zakres stron: 531 - 550

Abstrakt

Abstract

Ensuring accessibility to public services and facilities is one of the biggest challenges for rural communities. Thus, planners need to locate spaces with problems in accessibility. It is necessary to estimate the impact of shifts in supply of social infrastructure or public transport. In this particular case, instruments are missing to visualize those shifts. Consequently, such an instrument was developed on behalf of the Ministry of Rural Affairs and Consumer Protection of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany) in the rural district of Calw. Along with using tools to operationalize a regional analysis of accessibility, an indexing model was developed, which combines in one indicator the accessibilities of public services and facilities providing everyday commodities. Furthermore, the instrument allows removing or adding facilities. It is thus possible to calculate operating figures, which can be used for objective decisions. Valuable for planners developing strategies for organizing services of public interest, the indexing model as part of the developed instrument describes a new method in spatial planning.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Accessibility
  • Rural space
  • Public services
  • Transport modeling

Rezension/Book Review

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