Mobility and the smart, green and inclusive Europe
The article sets out a two-dimensional regional typology combining measures of migration and visiting rates. It argues that forms of mobility are interrelated but that the relationship varies by broad type of region and it argues for a place-based approach in managing the interaction of mobility across Europe. Such an approach would require a territorial assessment of both the different dimensions of mobility in specific localities and the conceptualisation of a mobility carrying capacity for localities.
Volume (Year): 26 (2011)
Issue (Month): 6-7 (September)
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