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Economic-geographic review of differentiated development in Croatian karst coastal areas


Lončar, Jelena; Braičić, Zdenko
Economic-geographic review of differentiated development in Croatian karst coastal areas // Geographies of marginality : the realities of physically marginalised areas : book of abstracts / Lukić, Aleksandar (ur.).
Zagreb: Hrvatsko geografsko društvo, 2012. (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Economic-geographic review of differentiated development in Croatian karst coastal areas

Autori
Lončar, Jelena ; Braičić, Zdenko

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Geographies of marginality : the realities of physically marginalised areas : book of abstracts / Lukić, Aleksandar - Zagreb : Hrvatsko geografsko društvo, 2012

ISBN
9789537245122

Skup
Geographies of Marginality: The Realties of Phisically Marginalised Areas ; IGU Commision on Marginalization, Globalization and Regional and Local Response

Mjesto i datum
Dubrovnik, Hrvatska, 19.-23.8.2012

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Obalne regije/jedinice; administrativni gradovi i općine; ekonomske aktivnosti; ekonomski razvoj; pokazatelji
(Coastal regions/units; administrative cities and municipalities; economic activities; economic development; indicators)

Sažetak
In this paper we will talk about differentiated economic development in Croatian karst coastal areas which we devided in seven regions – Istra, Rijeka, Podvelebit, Zadar, Šibenik, Split and Dubrovnik coastal area. Of course, in this case, economic development or undevelopment is a sign of how are cirtain areas included in national economy and on the other hand are they (economically) marginalized. For that purpose we will instal two hypothesis: (1) some parts of Croatian coastal areas are economically developed than the others, and (2) some parts of Croatian coastal belt (cities and municipalities) are more or less specialized in chosen areas of economic activities. Analysis of differentiated development is concerning present time point (structure analysis) i.e. trends in economic developent will not be taken in consideration. Taking in consideration different approaches for extraction coastal areas in the world, Croatian coastal belt includes administrative cities and municipalities whose territories are streching along the coast line, except those one on the islands. These administrative cities and municipalities are then sorted in the seven bigger coastal regons mentioned above. In this paper we suppose that some of the cities and especially municipalities in that area are marginalized because stronger economic activity is attracted in bigger cities with developed infrastrucutre, and some of these areas are not even reconsidered in some investment or governmental decisions. In that way, they are for a long time lagging behind. In this paper, through different calculations, we will try to find out is there marginality in coastal belt and in which areas. In order to get the grade of attained level of development and to establish differences in economic activities of coastal regions, and marginality in that sence, we plan to analyse multiple economic indcators: number of employed per 100 inhabitants, percent proprotion of employed from unemployed, income per inhabitant, percent proportion of industrial workers as wel as percent proportion of tourist workers in number of employed people. Rating seven above mentioned regions according to economic indicators, we will determine their hierarchy. Also, we plan to establish hierarchy between cities and municipalities i.e. extract those with most advantegeous and most unfavorable indicators. We expect that indicators will show that areas in Northern Adriatic coast have better situation that areas in the South. To establish economic directionality of coastal administrative units to certain activities we will also use index of specialization which shows in which measure coastal parts are specialized in economic activities such as fishery, industry, turism and trade. These data will be obtain from state census, yearly reports and Ministery of Finances. Results of this analysis will show differences in indicators and economic activities as well as differences in economic development. In that way we will qualitatively and quantitatively recognize and document regional inaquality and extract more or less marginalized areas.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski



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Projekt / tema
119-1191306-1371 - Promjene okoliša i kulturni pejzaž kao razvojni resurs (Borna Fuerst-Bjeliš, )

Ustanove
Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Zagreb