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2012 | nr 10 | 59--72
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Economic Resilience as the Evolutionary Concept for Post-Industrial Regions: the Case of Leipzig and Halle

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The article offers a discussion on regional economic resilience concepts. It further discusses the need for an evolutionary perspective in order to understand economic resilience indicators for adjusting capabilities as well as to understand general preconditions for economic resilience of Central European post-industrial regions. It also presents two cases of the two East German urban areas of Leipzig and Halle in Germany. (original abstract)
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