Impact of Industrial Development on the Spatial Structures in the Danube Region in Serbia
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This chapter summarizes the key problems of development changes as well as industrial development and its degradation, and provides an analysis of industrial development in the Danube and Belgrade regions (level of NUTS 2). The analysis includes two components: (1) economic growth and developmental changes; and (2) territorial concentration. In the chapter are identified the results of development changes and economic growth by applying shift-share analysis. The chapter shows that the consideration of national share, industrial mix, and regional share in total shift-share employment growth of the regions indicate a strong process of deindustrialization. An allocative component of regional economic growth has a positive value reflecting above-average industrial productivity. Comparative analysis of the regional industrial territorial concentration is based on location quotient. The results indicate a decrease of the territorial industrial concentration in the two Serbian regions.
Keywords:Belgrade and danube region / Industrial growth / Development changes
Source:Proceedings of 2015 2nd International Conference nn Industrial Economics System and Industrial Secur, 2016, 155-160
- Springer-Verlag Berlin, Berlin