2 edition of Studies on service problems in the sparsely populated areas in northern Sweden found in the catalog.
Studies on service problems in the sparsely populated areas in northern Sweden
|Series||Geographical reports ;, 5, Geographical reports ;, no. 5.|
|LC Classifications||HN573.5 .W43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||75332123|
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The Northern Sparsely Populated Areas (NSPA) Political Statement Summary This is a summary of the Northern Sparsely Populated Areas’ political statement on the framework of the future EU Cohesion Policy. The NSPA is a strong, specific and promising region. I have to comment on Markku Nissinen's answer! Mostly wrong. Actually, quite erroneous. Only % of Sweden resides above the Polar Circle. In Kiruna, 19 days are without sunshine. Not exactly months. Kiruna has an average winter temperature of.
People who live in sparsely populated areas along the fringes of cities. The point where the country would balance if it could be laid flat and everyone weighed the same. The highways, levees, mass transit, communications systems, electricity, water, sewer and other public goods needed to support population. This report looks at the northern sparsely populated areas of Finland, Norway and Sweden, which are becoming increasingly important to the geopolitical and economic interests of .
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Studies on service problems in the sparsely populated areas in northern Sweden Weissglas, Gösta Umeå University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Geography. Studies on service problems in the sparsely populated areas in northern Sweden.
By Gösta Weissglas. Abstract Diss. Umeå: Umeå universitet, [email protected] Topics: Social and Economic Geography, Social och ekonomisk geografi. Publisher: Umeå: Umeå Author: Gösta Weissglas. The study area is located in a relatively peripheral and sparsely populated area in northern Sweden and consists of three local labour markets: Umeå, Örnsköldsvik and Lycksele.
2 Many local labour markets in northern Sweden are spatially large with few by: In the context of a relatively peripheral and sparsely populated area in northern Sweden, this paper aims to study commuting behaviour and factors influencing individuals’ propensities to Author: Erika Sandow. Bylund E.
() Industrial Location Policy and the Problems of Sparsely Populated Areas in Sweden. In: Robinson E.A.G. (eds) Backward Areas in Advanced Countries. International Economic Association Conference Volumes, Numbers 1–Cited by: 1. In the context of a relatively peripheral and sparsely populated area in northern Sweden, this paper aims to study commuting behaviour and factors influencing individuals’ propensities to commute longer Cited by: The northern sparsely populated areas (NSPA) of Finland, Norway and Sweden are becoming increasingly important to the geopolitical and economic interests of these countries and the European Union (EU).
The NSPA regions are located on the periphery of Europe and are part of Europe’s gateway to the Arctic and eastern Russia. Mountain areas are seldom at the core of a nation’s economic or political system, placing the sparsely populated areas which are the focus of this thesis in the periphery (Westholm, ; Nordre- gio.
The northern sparsely populated areas (NSPA) of Finland, Norway and Sweden are becoming increasingly important to the geopolitical and economic interests of these countries and the European Union.
These regions have unique geographical characteristics - low population density and a harsh climate - and face specific challenges due to an ageing population, long distances from markets, and high-cost land transport.
This briefing seeks to analyse the issues that affect sparsely populated and underpopulated areas and provide a short overview of the EU support available for this category of region.
Details will also be provided of the role of the European. Implementing Smart Specialisation in Sparsely Populated Areas This publication is a Technical report by the Joint Research Centre, the European Commission’s in-house science service.
It aims to provide evidence-based scientific support to the European policy-making process. EPRS Sparsely populated and underpopulated areas Members' Research Service Page 2 of 12 Background The debate on the post cohesion policy has already begun.
A number of local and regional actors, such as the Committee of the Regions (CoR), the Demographic Change Regions Network (DCRN), the Northern Sparsely Populated Areas network (NSPA) and. The NSPA network organised an Open Days side event under the name: "Northern Sparsely Populated Areas heading for smart growth - Europe and beyond" on Tuesday October 7th in Brussels.
During the event important interest promotion issues and EU-policies concerning the northern areas were discussed and presentations on various themes were. This book examines key aspects of the human mobilities associated with tourism in sparsely populated areas, and investigates how new mobility patterns inspired by technological, economic, political, and social change provide both opportunities and risks for those areas.
Examples are drawn from the northern peripheries of Europe and the north of. The Northern Sparsely Populated Areas network, NSPA, represents the interests of the four northernmost counties and regions of Sweden (Norrbotten, Västerbotten, Jämtland Härjedalen and Västernorrland), seven northernmost and eastern regions of Finland (Central Ostrobothnia, Kainuu, Lapland, North Karelia, Northern Ostrobothnia,File Size: KB.
A logistics network is the ‘connective tissue’ in a comprehensive supply chain and often the decisive factor for the chain’s ultimate success. Logistics networks in sparsely populated areas are facing different challenges than those that operating in relatively densely inhabited ones. This paper discusses, firstly, various critical success factors of a logistics network in order for it Cited by: Preferences for commuting in sparsely populated areas.
Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2(3): e area in focus in this study is a relatively sparsely populated area in northern Sweden. 4 Part 2: Shared challenges and opportunities Northern Sparsely Populated Areas have collaborated as a network since The NSPA was established as a collaborative network in to raise awareness of the common issues and circumstances facing these regions within EU institutions, to influence EU policy and to provide a platform for best.
The northern sparsely populated areas (NSPA) of Finland, Norway and Sweden are becoming increasingly important to the geopolitical and economic interests of these countries and the European Union. These regions. Northern Sparsely Populated Areas - Launch of OECD report, Brussels, 13 March 1.
OECD TERRITORIAL REVIEW OF THE NSPA Committee for Regions Brussels 13 March 2. • Findings – unique attributes of the NSPA in a European context and the importance of productivity and workforce activation to future growth. futures of sparsely populated areas.
is study examines issues around t for purpose for the application of projections to remote contexts. We focus on projections made for the Northern Territory of Australia, a jurisdiction in the north of the country,Cited by: 2.Building on an analysis of data from a survey of Swedish residents' commuting options and preferences, this paper focuses on commuting in a relatively sparsely populated and peripheral area in northern Sweden.
Further, the question of whether increased commuting is socially sustainable from a commuter’s perspective is discussed.Ireland, in the rural areas of West Belgium and in the North of Netherlands or the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
So this is a common issue. These regions have specific features and needs. Nevertheless, despite their differences, sparsely populated areas in Europe have to face at least four common problems:File Size: 26KB.