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Bendel ppt gi2011_grenzregionen_final

Bendel ppt gi2011_grenzregionen_final



GI2011-X-border-SDI/GDI-Symposium, 23..5.2011: Bad Schandau (SAX)

GI2011-X-border-SDI/GDI-Symposium, 23..5.2011: Bad Schandau (SAX)
[ 11. Sächsisches GIS-Forum ]
24.5.2011: Decin (CZE)
[ 1. Bohemian#Saxonian GIS-Forum ]



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    •  diploma-thesis - result of a project at the western border of Germany ◦ goals of this project:  supporting cross-border networking  pushing interconnected cross-border regions to be part of the land use planning of Germany  developing common fields of action for a coherent regional cross-border development ◦ how to reach:  a group of scientists made one of the first steps by exploring the data availability discribing cross-border interweavingshort backround information
    • Interconnected cross-border regions in Saxony? the diploma-thesis made the first step replying the issue by working out the data availability discribing cross-border interweaving at the border regions of saxony further backround information are provided with the abstract as well as with the summaryshort backround information
    • Which indicators were used?Indicators
    • Which indicators were used? seven indicator groups 1. structural disparities 2. labour market, education, universities 3. economy, services sector, health care 4. traffic 5. residential population 6. culture, leisure behaviour, recreation 7. regional development, land use all in all 25 indicatorsIndicators
    • structural disparitiesIndicators
    •  price level ◦ Consumer price index for Saxony  NUTS level: 1  Year of publication: 2008  Transnational : no ◦ Special consumer price index euroregion Neisse-Nisa- Nysa  Special index for food products, commodities, services  No comprehensive data coverage for Saxony  NUTS level: 3  Year of publication: 2009  Transnational: CZ-DE-PLselected results
    • labour market,education,universitiesselectedresults
    •  cooperation between universities ◦ incomplete data acquisition  Atlas Euroregion Elbe/Labe as one example ◦ STHI (Saxon-Czech university initiative)  strengthening intercultural competence  knowledge transfer  research suppportingselected results
    • economy,services sector,health careselectedresults
    •  customers flow in the retail-sector ◦ a study by the chamber of commerce and industry  also no comprehensive data coverage  NUTS Level: 4  year of publication: 2009  transnational: CZ-DE  evidence of spatial interweavingselected results
    • trafficselected results
    •  cross-border public transport ◦ each connection was determined ◦ almost all connections can be substantiated by passenger numbers ◦ no detailed spatial interweavment because departure and destination are unknown  RE 100 Dresden – Wroclaw : 40.293 passengers used this connection in 2009selected results
    •  in addition: cross-border public transport ◦ the questioning of the airport dresden delivered following results:  NUTS Level: 3  year of publication: 2009  transnational: CZ-DE-PL  evidence of spatial interweaving ◦ e.g.: 2.800 passengers of Ustecky kraj used the airport in dresdenselected results
    • extract of the result matrixsummary of the global results
    •  all in all low data availability ◦ differences between the indicator groups ◦ „traffic“, „residential population“ and „regional development, land use“ are satisfying ◦ the other groups are much more complicated poor data quality ◦ most of the datas are not able to give any evidence for cross-border interweavment ◦ 30% of the datas have a good starting position for a future presentation of cross- border interweavment (NUTS-3) three ways of result interpretation ◦ procedure of data research has faild ◦ lack of cross-border interweavment caused low data availability ◦ cross-border interweavment are generally left unrecordedsummary of the global results
    • 1. further development of the statistic offers2. development of analytical methods3. setup and maintenance of an statistic platform4. setup of an cross-border statistic hub5. partnership with a „MORO“-Region6. learning from historyrecommendations for action
    • initiating a trilateral research project (ESPON 2013) priority 2: targetgroup-oriented analysisWhat are the advantages for the border area? incorporated studies & thematic examinations scientific support from experimental approaches bundling other structural fondsrecommendations for action
    • Which conditions must be fulfilled? The reaserch project must fit into the european context and pick up a spatial theme. a reproduceable and simply transfarable approach the research results should include proposals to implement the outcomes in other areas demonstrative characterrecommendations for action
    • Thank you for your attention. Frank Bendel Dipl.-Geogr. 0177 974 1557 bendel.frank@yahoo.decontact details