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Struktur- und Entwicklungsanalyse der Arbeitsmarktregionen in Deutschland: 2001 - 2009

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  • Mossig, Ivo
  • Smets, Florian
  • Scheibner, Matthias
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    Regionale Strukturpolitik zielt darauf ab, Standortnachteile strukturschwacher Regionen durch Fördermaßnahmen auszugleichen und regionale Entwicklungsunterschiede abzubauen. Zudem soll das generelle Wachstumsziel unterstützt werden. Doch anhand welcher Kennziffern lassen sich strukturelle Unterschiede identifizieren und wie dynamisch ist die Beschäftigtenentwicklung auf regionaler Ebene? Vor diesem Hintergrund werden in diesem Beitrag drei zentrale Fragestellungen bearbeitet: 1. In welchen Arbeitsmarktregionen haben zwischen 2001 und 2009 überdurchschnittlich positive sowie besonders negative Beschäftigtenentwicklungen stattgefunden? 2. Welche räumlichen und sektoralen Konzentrationsprozesse lassen sich feststellen? Stehen die Konzentrationsmaße in einem direkten Zusammenhang zur Beschäftigtenentwicklung? 3. Welchen Einfluss übt die Wachstumsdynamik der einzelnen Wirtschaftszweige auf die Beschäftigtenentwicklung in den Arbeitsmarktregionen aus? Weisen Arbeitsmarktregionen mit überproportional wachstumsstarken Branchen auch ein überproportionales Beschäftigtenwachstum auf?

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    Paper provided by Universität Bremen, Institut für Geographie in its series Beiträge zur Wirtschaftsgeographie und Regionalentwicklung with number 1-2013.

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    Date of creation: 2013
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:brebwr:12013
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    1. Granato, Nadia & Farhauer, Oliver, 2007. "Die Abgrenzung von Arbeitsmarktregionen: Gütekriterien und -maßzahlen," Discussion Papers 2007/2, Technische Universität Berlin, School of Economics and Management.
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