Territorial development reconsidered
AbstractLamentations on societal and environmental developments become increasingly audible in our times. Currently, we can hear almost every day about reaching the balance in a very sensitive triangle economic sustainability-social sustainability-environmental sustainability. It is largely omitted that concepts of self-governance and self-government constitute one of greatest challenges and opportunities for truly sustainable development in our common future.
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nation state; globalisation; location; media; self-governance; self-government;
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- Higgott, Richard & Simon Reich, 1998. "Globalisation and Sites of Conflict: Towards Definition and Taxonomy," CSGR Working papers series 01/98, Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation (CSGR), University of Warwick.
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