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Development Strategies in the Alpine-Adriatic Region

 

 

 
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN THE ALPINE-ADRIATIC REGION 
 
edited by:
Gyula Horváth
 
Pécs : Centre for Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
 
1993
 
349 p.
 
ISBN 963 8371 81 1
   

 

This is the first collection of studies to examine development problems in regions around the Alps and Adriatic Sea. It focuses particularly on those systems, which derive from common Central European roots, but which have developed in different ways in the environment of their own national system of government, whether it be unitary or federal.

The main themes examined by each of the contributors are the major modern justifications of regional economies: interregional cooperation and innovative development. As well as outlining the differences in the way these regional systems have developed in time, the book also illustrates the common features derived from the Central European "model".

As a contribution to the study of regional economies of the Alps-Adria Working Community, the book will interest not only researchers, and Students of Geography, Economics, Government and Politics but also practitioners in the field of local and regional governments.