Průmyslová brownfields v České republice: vznik, vývoj, odvětvové a regionální rozdíly

Title in English Industrial Brownfields in the Czech Republic: Formation, Development, Sectoral and Regional Differences


Year of publication 2015
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference XVIII. mezinárodní kolokvium o regionálních vědách. Sborník příspěvků
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Economics and Administration

Field Economy
Keywords Industry; Brownfields; Sectoral and Regional Differences; Czech Republic
Description The industrial tradition in the Czech Republic has been very long, it has established deep roots, and the significance of industry in the national economy is virtually irreplaceable. The tradition of industrial brownfields is almost as long but brownfields as an independent object of study came into focus among political representatives and scientists only in the second half of the 1990s. This article aims to briefly and sequentially introduce the history and presence of industrial production in the Czech Republic, which is the basic cause of the contemporary physical existence of brownfields. Emphasis is placed on analysis and evaluation of the main developmental milestones decisive in the origination and shaping of industrial brownfields, i.e. the individual periods of industrial development under the Habsburg monarchy and independent Czechoslovakia before WWII, the socialist period (1948-1989), and the subsequent period of economic transformation and integration into global structures. Using processed data files and graphical outputs, is to analyzed the origination and development of industrial regions, structural changes to them, and regional disparities in the areas and functional specifics of industrial locations and industrial brownfields.
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