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A MODEL OF INTERNAL MIGRATION: AN EXTENDED NEO-CLASSICAL MIGRATION MODEL AND EVALUATION OF REGIONAL MIGRATION DETERMINANTS IN POLAND

Pavlína Hejduková, Lucie Kureková

Population migration continues to be a current topic linked to a wide spectrum of various external and internal factors on both international and regional levels. In contemporary literature, there is a whole score of empirical studies that deal with international migration, its determinants and impacts on the economy. However, there are only few empirical studies that deal primarily with solely regional (i.e. internal) migration in comparison to the large number of studies analyzing international migration, which is one of the main reasons for the selection of the topic of this study and its focus on internal migration and thus on movements that take place within one geopolitical entity, usually a nationstate (for more on the definition of internal migration, see, e.g., Fendel, 2014; Royuela & Ordóñez, 2016). So-called “gravity models” stemming from an analogy to Newton’s law of gravity and Ravenstein’s laws of migration are often used for modelling internal migration and the study of it, or for the analysis of the main determinates that impact these internal fluctuations of citizens; however, these gravity models of migration are often criticized for their insufficient theoretical foundation.
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REGIONAL ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF THE EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE PROJECT: THE USE OF INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS

Marta Nosková

Topics such as economy of culture, the impact of culture on the economic development of regions, or multiplier effects of culture have begun to be quite popular in recent years not only in foreign literature, but also in the Czech Republic, where the evaluation research is rather rare (Slach & Ježek, 2015). Good examples might be the works of Raabová (2010), who studied the cultural sectors in the Czech Republic and their effects on the economy, Llop & ArauzoCarod (2011), who studied economic impact of a new museum, Herrero et al. (2006), who analysed the effects of the European Capital of Culture 2002 Salamanca, or Dunlop et al. (2004), who dealt with the economic effects of cultural industries in Scotland.
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INTEGRATIVE MODEL FOR EVALUATION OF DEVELOPMENT POTENTIALS OF REGIONS AND ITS APPLICATION ON AN EXAMPLE OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Milan Viturka

The regional development became a frequent topic in the Czech Republic mainly after the country entered the EU. Logically, this has led to a growing demand for new theoretical and methodological approaches of regional research, also as a reaction to the unilateral approaches existing at the time defining regional policy in terms of a mix of practical tasks in Central and Eastern European countries.
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Dimenzie podnikania a vzdelávania a ich implikácie v ekonomike Slovenska

Viera Kuzmišinová, Peter Kuzmišin

V 2. polovici 20. storočia v oblasti ekonomickej teórie i hospodárskej praxe sa začala intenzívnejšie venovať pozornosť skúmaniu budúcich možností a charakteru ekonomického rozvoja. Dôvodom boli najmä zdrojové obmedzenia spojené s industriálnou ekonomikou, ale i ďalšie najmä vonkajšie vplyvy ekonomického rastu, ktoré ovplyvnili vývoj svetovej ekonomiky, čo podnietilo hľadanie nových riešení na zabezpečenie budúcej prosperity.
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