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In: Geografický časopis, vol. 66, no. 2
Marián Halás - Pavel Klapka - Branislav Bleha - Marek Bednář

Funkčné regióny na Slovensku podľa denných tokov do zamestnania

Detaily:

Rok, strany: 2014, 89 - 114
Kľúčové slová:
functional region, daily urban system, daily travel-to-work flows, local/regional labour market area, Slovakia

O článku:

Delineation of functional regions based on daily movements of population has a long tradition in world literature. They are commonly referred to as “travel-to-work areas” or “local labour market areas”. The most frequent and stable regular movement of the population with a daily periodicity is labour commuting. Therefore local labour market areas delineated on the basis of labour commuting can be regarded as general functional regions, if the parameters suitable for detailed analyses of the labour market and for demographic or socio-economic analyses are set correctly. A functional region is an area organized by spatial flows (or interactions), which presents internal coherence and external separation with regard to these flows. The main objective of the paper is to delineate functional regions of Slovakia on the basis of daily travel-to-work flows in 2001 using several size parameters. The paper verifies the procedure of the delineation of functional regions based on a commonly applied algorithm (in a slightly modified form) and its parameters on the regional and settlement system of Slovakia. The paper methodologically contributes to the discussion of the applied parameters of the self-containment and the constraint function and presents more suitable alternatives for the self-containment parameters and so-called continuous constraint function.

Ako citovať:

ISO 690:
Halás, M., Klapka, P., Bleha, B., Bednář, M. 2014. Funkčné regióny na Slovensku podľa denných tokov do zamestnania. In Geografický časopis, vol. 66, no.2, pp. 89-114. ISSN 0016-7193.

APA:
Halás, M., Klapka, P., Bleha, B., Bednář, M. (2014). Funkčné regióny na Slovensku podľa denných tokov do zamestnania. Geografický časopis, 66(2), 89-114. ISSN 0016-7193.