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dc.contributor.authorDostál, Petr
dc.contributor.authorHampl, Martin
dc.description.abstractThe structure of analysis and debate of the paper distinguishes three fundamental levels of assessment. First, basic factors of the geographical differentiation in post-l989 transformation processes are indicated and the role of metropolitan areas in these processes is assessed. Second, main tendencies in a hierarchy of relative importance of the leading units of the national settlement system are indicated emphasising relative positions of individual metropolitan areas and the dominance of the capital city of Prague metropolitan area. Third, in the last analytical section of the paper, the current structure and development of metropolitan areas are confronted with the structure of newly introduced regional multipurpose self-governmental units. Basic issues of the current transformation of the Czech territorial self-government and administration are discussed. Finally, some concluding comments are made on possible future tendencies in the hierarchy of metropolitan areas in view of intensifying European integration processesen
dc.titleMetropolitan areas in transformation of regional organisation in the Czech Republicen
dc.typePříspěvek v časopisucs
dcterms.isPartOf.nameActa Universitatis Carolinae. Geographicaen

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