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Prace Komisji Geografii Przemysłu Polskiego Towarzystwa Geograficznego
Studies of the Industrial Geography Commission of the Polish Geographical Society

Publishing House: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Pedagogicznego w Krakowie
Subject(s): Geography, Regional studies
Frequency: 4 issues
Print ISSN: 2080-1653
Status: Active

  • 2018
  • 2019
  • Issue No. 1/32
  • Issue No. 2/32
  • Issue No. 3/32
  • Issue No. 4/32
  • Issue No. 1/33
  • Issue No. 2/33
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Short Description

The journal has been published since 2000 by the Department of Entrepreneurship and Spatial Management at the Institute of Geography (Pedagogical University of Cracow) and the Industrial Geography Commission of the Polish Geographical Society. This publication is a continuation of the publication series produced by these two institutions since 1987. The work of the two institutions has also been aided by the Center for Teaching Methods.

The journal is focused on problems associated with industrial geography, especially related to issues of structural changes in industry during the transition from an industrial economy to a post-industrial and knowledge-based economy. It is designed to serve as a forum for researchers at domestic and foreign institutions studying spatial changes and functional changes in industrial and service sectors experiencing globalization and the associated process of European integration. The journal accepts papers on the behaviors of various enterprises and the effectiveness of their functioning as well as papers on models designed to assess mechanisms of industrial growth and the evolution of contemporary near-industrial areas. The use of such mechanisms in applied papers designed to create growth strategies at a variety of spatial scales is also of interest. The research results published in the journal are often used in applied projects run by business entities and local governments. This is especially true of modernization projects and the creation of development strategies for spatial, social, economic, and cultural projects.