Recent patterns of spatial population change in Poland

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PWN-Polish Scientific Publishers , Warszawa
Population geography., Migration, Internal -- Poland., Poland -- Migra
Statementedited by Piotr Korcelli and Zbigniew Rykiel.
SeriesGeographia Polonica -- 54, Geographia Polonica -- 54.
ContributionsKorcelli, Piotr., Rykiel, Zbigniew., Instytut Geografii i Przestrzennego Zagospodarowania (Polska Akademia Nauk)
The Physical Object
Pagination149 p., [2] folded leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22392460M
ISBN 108301084898

In Poland, as in other Central and Eastern European countries, the changes connected with the second demographic transition went hand-in-hand with the establishment of democracy and the profound social transformation to a free market economy.

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Poznań is the capital of Wielkopolska voivodeship situated in mid-western Poland. With itsinhabitants, it ranks fifth in population terms. It is Poland’s major industrial, cultural and scientific centre. It is a rapidly transforming city in economic terms, and the rate of economic changes forces investment changes in its spatial Cited by:   Urban regions in Poland Source: Marcińczak and Bartosiewicz, Commuting patterns and urban form: Evidence from Poland.

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Introduction. Two main contentions dominate the study of socio-spatial change in Central Eastern Europe (CEE) in the last two decades. The first is that the development of urban regions in CEE after the demise of socialism is characterized by a substantial deconcentration of population (Borén and Gentile,Tammaru et al., ); although the social composition of suburbanizers still.

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Spatial context of urbanization: Landscape pattern and changes between and in the Warsaw metropolitan area, Poland December Landscape and Urban Planning 93() changes. 'This book presents the findings of some of ths work. Subsequently, the Human Settlements and Services Area at IIASA used both the network and the data base in research focusing on the recent dramatic shifts in spatial development trends observed in several of the countries with IIASA National Member Organizations.

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;(59) Spatial demographic trends and patterns in the Warsaw urban region. Potrykowska A. The relationship between the age and sex structure of the Warsaw urban region of Poland and the population dynamics of this area is analyzed.

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Recent urban and population change in Poland. Korcelli P. "This paper documents recent changes in urban and population trends in Poland. These changes include a sharp decrease in the spatial mobility of the population, a transition from population concentration to deconcentration at interregional scale, and a weakening of the dominance of.

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Patterns of migration. InPoland and seven other Eastern European countries joined the EU.

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