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On the awkwardness of spatial development theories against the crisis


Published: May 1, 2013
Keywords:
spatial development regional planning spatial integration regional resilience
Γρηγόρης Καυκαλάς
Abstract

The presentation of the main argument starts with a synopsis of the successive efforts, sucesses and failures, of spatial development planning, especially after the energy crisis of the 1970s. The second step focuses upon the local/global relationships as a question of multi-level spatial integration. This symbiotic relationship intensifi es with the pace of globalisation and transcends national economies and even international groupings. Finally, instead of conclusion there is a comment on the resilience of regions with reference to the recent economioc crisis.

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