Sökning: "structural change"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 710 avhandlingar innehållade orden structural change.
1. Dagligvarudistributionens strukturomvandling : Drivkrafter och konsekvenser för städers utformning och miljö
Sammanfattning : The purpose of this study is to describe and analyse the dramatic structural changes in the wholesaling and retailing of food and groceries in towns and cities in Sweden, with emphasis on the period after the Second World War. Besides a general analysis based on national data, the town of Linköping is used to illustrate the spatial dimension in the development of food distribution at the micro level. LÄS MER
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3. Strukturomvandling och social utslagning : en analys av sambanden mellan social struktur och social missanpassning och utslagning under perioden 1860-1975
Sammanfattning : Structural changes in society have often been related to social problems such as crime, alcoholism and social elimination. In this analysis of the development of social elimination in Sweden during the period 1860-1975, which is mainly based on official data, it is demonstrated that there is not always a causal relationship between structural change and such social problems. LÄS MER
4. (Re-)shaping regional economies : Regional innovation system dynamics and new industrial path development
Sammanfattning : This dissertation explores the complexities of regional economic restructuring. It casts a light on how regional environments are ‘reconfigured’ in relation to the transformation of existing regional industries and the development of new ones. LÄS MER
5. Områdesbaserad politik – möjligheter till strukturell förändring : Lokalt utvecklingsarbete i marginaliserade bostadsområden i Malmö
Sammanfattning : In 1995 the Swedish government launched the first area-based initiative Special initiatives in immigrant-dense neighbourhoods as a response to the current debate concerning the failings of the integration policy. The area-based policy and projects undertake the mission to reverse the trend in marginalized neighbourhoods in Sweden’s major cities from 1995 to 2014. LÄS MER