Shaping Spatial Structures of Lower Silesia Region on the Background of Global Changes
Stanisław Korenik , Katarzyna Miszczak , Małgorzata Rogowska
AbstractContemporary development processes are take differential in social and economic space. The diversity occurs as in inter- as in intraregional scale. Lower Silesia region belongs to one of the most dynamically developing in our country. However, in the region, development processes are taking place at different rates. Wrocław with its milieu dominates by creating a modern spatial center, the southern subregions of the voivodship notice a significantly lower rate of development, which results in a growing divergence in the region's economy. The purpose of the paper is to determine the development processes of Lower Silesia region and its individual areas (subregions will be adopted as basic units here) and identification of the causes of such shaping of phenomena. A descriptive method, literature studies,source data analysis and simple statistical methods were used to achieve this purpose.
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Slavík Jan, Povolná Lucie (eds.): Social and Economic Development & Regional Policy. Adaptation of Post-Industrial Society to Global Changes : conference proceedings, 2018, Faculty of Social and Economic Studies Jan Evangelista Purkynĕ University in Usti nad Labem, ISBN 9788075611635, 109 p.
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|Keywords in English||region, regional development, subregions, spatial differentiation of development|
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