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New perspectives of the regional development of old industrial areas
Lučka Lorber, 2010, objavljeni znanstveni prispevek na konferenci

Opis: The process of brownfield revitalisation still poses a challenge in the SEE area. It is delayed and hindered because of legal, financial, environmental and image problems. These areas of old industrial cities represent an underexplored economic value, are areas for investment and could be motors for job creation. In our paper we would like to present the main goals of the revitalisation process. The main long-term goal is to develop an internationally competitive business location that will be able to attract new businesses dealings in higher value added environmentally friendly production and knowledge based services, aiming thus at faster and stable economic development of the region.
Ključne besede: economic geography, industrial zones, revitalisation, old industrial zones, projects, added value, brownfields
Objavljeno: 07.06.2012; Ogledov: 1307; Prenosov: 23
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Applicative economic geography in general grammar school in Slovenia
Eva Konečnik Kotnik, 2011, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Within the contribution "Applicative Economic Geography in General Grammar School in Slovenia", the selection of learning objectives in the syllabus for geography in general grammar school in Slovenia are presented. The selection of objectives relates to economic geography. This article presents the results of generic comparative analysis of learning objectives within the framework of the quoted substantive area of syllabi, which have been issued during the period from the emergence of Slovenia as an independent state (1992, 1998 and 2008). We present here the results of the evaluation of quoted learning objectives from the viewpoint of social needs and, respectively, the applicability of the quoted learning objectives, as well as the results of the evaluation of current learning objectives from the viewpoint of teaching practice in the general grammar school on the part of teachers of geography in the general grammar schools.
Ključne besede: šolska geografija, ekonomska geografija, gimnazije, Slovenija, geographical education, economic geography, grammar schools, Slovenia
Objavljeno: 10.07.2015; Ogledov: 559; Prenosov: 56
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Slovenian economy on the way from independence to catching up average economic development of EU-27
Lučka Lorber, 2008, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: During the EU accession process, an intensive process of economic restructuring was taking place in Slovenia that was intended to secure Slovenia's incorporation into the common European market. At the time of adapting the legal and economic order to European standards, everyone was aware of the fact that successful EU spatial integration depends on the achieved economic power that is comparable to the average EU-27 economic growth. Slovenia's economic structure, determined by the GDP structure, is slowly approaching the structure of developed economies with the importance of agriculture and manufacture decreasing, and the importance of services increasing. However, financial and busines services, and technologically demanding sectors are growing too slowly. Structural changes of the Slovene economy have an affect on transformation of geographical space and create a new social-economic gravitational region. Functional and structural economic changes that resulted from social and political changes following Slovenia's newly-gained independence and its transition to market economy have changed the role of Slovenia in the common European economic market. Slovenia is to be found on a key development crossing, moving from an industrial to post industrial society. Slovenia's basic development goal is to exceed the average economic development of the enlarged EU by 2015 to be able to secure and improve social security, faster development in all its regions, and improve the environment. In other words strive for a better quality of life and overall human development.
Ključne besede: geography, economic geography, unified European market, Lisbon strategy, structural indicators, transition countries, Europe, competitiveness
Objavljeno: 21.12.2015; Ogledov: 414; Prenosov: 33
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Geographical marginality in Slovenia from the point of demographical indicators
Stanko Pelc, 2006, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: We start the paper with a terminological discussion about globalization and geographical marginality. Then we present an analysis that intends to find out whether the demographic data at municipal level can reveal us marginal regions (municipalities). We divided all municipalities according to their centrality into the group of predominantly central and predominantly peripheral. We calculated 5 demographic indicators and according to the average value defined municipalities that were essentially different (potentially marginal). The analysis shows that demographic indicators are not reliable and not an appropriate tool for the definition of marginal regions.
Ključne besede: geography, population geography, economic geography, globalization, marginality, Slovenia
Objavljeno: 02.03.2018; Ogledov: 364; Prenosov: 95
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Neoendogenous in- and output of selected rural areas: the case of economic cycles in Slovenia
Irma Potočnik Slavič, 2010, pregledni znanstveni članek

Opis: The article focuses on neoendogenous rural development that enables development of endogenous potentials of rural areas (human, social, economic, environmental etc. as development resources of the local territorial level) and external resources (i. e. RD programmes on national and EU level). Four Slovenian case study areas were chosen to test the existence, functioning and outcomes of economic cycles. The survey was undertaken on the smallest spatial-social unit (household), additionally existing voluntary local network (associations) and locally and widely connected economic structures (entrepreneurship) were observed. The research partly confirmed that the activation of endogenous potentials of rural areas is evident through the empowerment of (regional) economic cycles.
Ključne besede: economic geography, agricultural geography, rural areas, rural development, Slovenia
Objavljeno: 29.03.2018; Ogledov: 177; Prenosov: 44
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Health resorts and their importance for the development of less developed areas in Slovenia
Uroš Horvat, 2010, pregledni znanstveni članek

Opis: In the paper is presenting the importance of health resorts for the development of less development areas in Slovenia. Health resorts are one of the oldest kinds of tourist resorts and started to develop in Slovenia already in 18th and in the beginning of 19t h centuries. The main reasons for the first tourists’ visits were connected with bathing in thermal waters, drinking of healing water, socializing of the higher social classes and entertainment. Later, the health resorts became centres of highly qualified medical rehabilitation based on the basis of using of natural remedies and modern medical treatments. The so called classical health resorts prevailed in Slovenia until the mid-1980s. The beginning of the 1990s marked an important turnabout in the development of health resorts in Slovenia. With the construction of modern swimming pools, some health resorts have started to use thermal water for fun and “experience”. The so called “thermal rivieras” or “thermal parks” have emerged with covered or open pools, which are open throughout the year. The reorientation to mass tourism based on recreation, healthy lifestyle, wellness etc., as well as spending of holidays in apartment accommodation have significantly increased the tourist visits in the so called recreation health resorts. These are usually located in less developed areas of the country, which means their importance is even greater for the employment of the inhabitants and the spatial and functional development of rural areas. In the case study author is orientated especially on the development of the health resorts in the Posotelje region (in NE Slovenia).
Ključne besede: economic geography, geography of tourism, health resorts, less developed areas, Slovenia
Objavljeno: 29.03.2018; Ogledov: 234; Prenosov: 41
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