Measuring Centre-periphery Relationship in North-East Hungary by Complex Index of Living and Local Retaining Capacity

Zsolt Kiraly,

István Takács

Abstrakt

The latest transformation of industrial and agricultural areas leads to inequity implying economic and social consequences. The complex index of living is the key factor in establishment of the index of local retaining capacity. These indexes are a very useful tool in determination of the goals of revitalization.

Słowa kluczowe: globalization, regional economy, regional differences, survey, rural areas
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