Rise and Decline of Industry in Central and Eastern Europe

A Comparative Study of Cities and Regions in Eleven Countries

ISBN: 978-3-540-40478-1 (Print) 978-3-540-26695-2 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-VIII

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-23

    Introduction: The Challenge of Structural Change for Industrial Cities and Regions in the CEE Countries

  3. Chapter

    Pages 25-43

    Austria: The Process of Restructuring is Largely Complete

  4. Chapter

    Pages 45-67

    Bulgaria: Identifying Regions of Industrial Decline

  5. Chapter

    Pages 69-80

    Czech Republic: Towards the Reclamation of Derelict Land

  6. Chapter

    Pages 81-110

    Germany: Tackling the East-West Divide

  7. Chapter

    Pages 111-129

    Hungary: An Umbrella Plan for the Regions

  8. Chapter

    Pages 131-153

    Latvia: A Centre-Oriented Country in Transition

  9. Chapter

    Pages 155-177

    Poland: Redevelopment Strategies at Different Levels

  10. Chapter

    Pages 179-194

    Romania: Consequences of Small Steps Policy

  11. Chapter

    Pages 195-212

    Slovakia: Transforming Industrial Regions and Preparing for EU Regional Policy

  12. Chapter

    Pages 213-227

    Slovenia: Different Types of Old Industrial Regions

  13. Chapter

    Pages 229-254

    Ukraine: Transformation of Economic Structure as the Key to Spatial Development

  14. Chapter

    Pages 255-266

    Conclusion and Perspectives: A way forward

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 267-274