Object structure

Title:

Podłoże teoretyczne podejścia Smart Villages w polityce UE. Perspektywa geograficzna = Theoretical considerations on the Smart Villages approach in the EU Policy: A geographical perspective

Subtitle:

Studia Obszarów Wiejskich = Rural Studies, t. 51

Creator:

Wolski, Oskar. Autor ; Wójcik, Marcin. Autor

Publisher:

IGiPZ PAN ; PTG

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Date issued/created:

2018

Description:

24 cm

Subject and Keywords:

Smart Villages ; smart rural development ; rural development policy ; European Union policy ; rural development concepts

Abstract:

Smart Villages is an approach to rural development currently debated within the realm of the EU policy. This concept highlights the diversity of rural areas and diverse specificity of their development challenges. It also strengthens the role of local communities, aiming to build their attitudes that enable to establish fundaments for development. Hence, it is not to design the very process of development. The approach results from the evolution of a rural development policy. The evolution, on the other hand, stems from the changes of rural areas and their perception. For that reason, the paper aims to discuss the Smart Villages approach in terms of selected contemporary rural development concepts. The paper represents a geographical perspective in the debate concerning smart development and was inspired by the authors’ thoughts on the nature of contemporary specificity related to local development and trends in the evolution of policy at this level.

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Relation:

Studia Obszarów Wiejskich

Volume:

51

Start page:

139

End page:

152

Resource Type:

Article

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Resource Identifier:

1642-4689 ; 10.7163/SOW.51.8

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CBGiOŚ. IGiPZ PAN, call no. Cz.4488 ; CBGiOŚ. IGiPZ PAN, call no. Cz.4489 ; click here to follow the link

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pol

Language of abstract:

eng

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Operational Program Digital Poland, 2014-2020, Measure 2.3: Digital accessibility and usefulness of public sector information; funds from the European Regional Development Fund and national co-financing from the state budget.

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