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La différenciation spatiale de l'intégration régionale en Europe centrale et orientale

Abstract : The integration of Central and Eastern European countries into the European Union has led to a profound change and significant restructuring of regional economies. However, the process is far from being successful in some “shrinking” regions which combine backwardness in infrastructure and in economic terms lined with a demographic decline. In this context, this paper attempts to show the uneven integration of Central and Eastern Europe regions using spatial analysis (spatial autocorrelation and geographically weighted regression). The results show that there is a strong spatial variability of regional integration. The latter is particularly advanced in metropolitan regions and areas near the border of the EU-15 Member States. In contrast, regions on the fringe of the European integration are located further to the East.
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Sébastien Bourdin. La différenciation spatiale de l'intégration régionale en Europe centrale et orientale. CIST2014 - Fronts et frontières des sciences du territoire, Collège international des sciences du territoire (CIST), Mar 2014, Paris, France. pp.39-46. ⟨hal-01353425⟩



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