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Economic Debate On Spatial Functional Linkages And Its Application to Key Spatial Development Challanges In Poland

  • Jacek Zaucha

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    (Institute for Development, Sopot, Poland)

This article presents a synthesis of today's world economic knowledge and the results of the analyses concerning: a) the nature of spatial functional linkages, including network structures, b) diversity of approaches concerning the application of spatial structures in the policies of encouraging the macro-level economic development of territorial units. This debate has been applied for discussing concrete dilemmas of spatial development of Poland i.e. the concept of polycentric metropolis. Such metropolis is a key part of the spatial development strategy for Poland i.e. Concept of National Spatial Development drawn up in 2008-2011 defining the objectives and priorities of the national spatial policy until 2030. Moreover, the article points to issues that require further research and deep analyses.

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Paper provided by Instytut Rozwoju, Institute for Development in its series Working Papers with number 1101.

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Length: 21 pages
Date of creation: Jun 2011
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Handle: RePEc:iro:wpaper:1101
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