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Bański Jerzy (Polska Akademia Nauk)
Tytuł
Rural Areas of Economic Success in Poland - Diagnosis and Conditioning
Źródło
Studia Obszarów Wiejskich, 2009, t. 20, 69-88, tab., wykr., bibliogr. 44 poz.
Rural Studies
Słowa kluczowe
Obszary wiejskie, Rozwój obszarów wiejskich, Struktura przestrzenna
Rural areas, Rural development, Spatial structure
Uwagi
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Abstrakt
The main aim of the work described here has been to achieve a theoretical understanding of rural areas of economic success, as well as the factors stimulating economic progress in the Polish countryside. The search for rural areas of success involves space which is not in general "susceptible" to economic success and in most senses constitutes Poland's economic periphery. Thus, to be successful in the meaning of this study, an area should be characterised by a positive course to socioeconomic processes, which are promoting or strengthening the development of the said area's spatial and functional structure. The research carried out shows that the most success-prone rural areas are those situated around large cities. The further towards the periphery an area is located, the more difficult it becomes for it to achieve any economic success not associated with agricultural activity.(original abstract)
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Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Poznaniu
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Język
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