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Type of publication: journal article
Author(s): Lishchynskyy, Ihor;Lyzun, Mariia;Kuryliak, Vitalina;Savelyev, Yevhen
Title: The dynamics of European periphery
Is part of: Management theory and studies for rural business and infrastructure development = Vadybos mokslas ir studijos - kaimo verslų ir jų infrastruktūros plėtrai : mokslo darbai, 2019, vol. 41, no. 4, p. 527-536
Date: 2019
Keywords: Periphery;Core;Economic geography;Regional economics;Spatial disproportion;Territorial policy;Europe
Abstract: The paper investigates the economic dynamics of peripheral regions in Europe. There is no consensus among researchers and practitioners concerning the long-term trends of spatial disproportions among European regions. Though there is obvious evidence of inter-national convergence in the EU, the inter-regional convergence is still a challenge. Thus, territorial cohesion and balanced regional development become the main tasks of the EU Territorial Agenda. The main purpose of the paper is to inspect the ability of peripheral regions to demonstrate the tendency for anticipatory growth. The authors investigate the theoretical backgrounds of peripheral emergence, make a review of the empirical researches on regional peripheralization in Europe and analyze the quantitative indicators of the European periphery’s dynamics. The conclusion is made that there is a strong tendency toward the emergence of new growth poles to the east of "Blue Banana", the traditional European economic spine.
Appears in Collections:Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development / Vadybos mokslas ir studijos: kaimo verslų ir jų infrastruktūros plėtrai 2019, vol. 41, no. 4

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