Beiträge

BF111/07: TERESA

Types of interaction between Environment, Rural Economy, Society and Agriculture in European regions

Zielsetzung

Das vorliegende Projekt beabsichtigt die wechselseitigen Beziehungen von Landwirtschaft, ländlicher Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft und der Umwelt zu untersuchen. In einer integrativen Herangehensweise wird die Region über die sektoralen Grenzen hinweg als System konzipiert, in dem verschiedene AkteurInnen komplexe Ziele und Handlungsmuster verfolgen. Zentrales Anliegen ist es, Vor- bzw. Nachteile der Diversifikation landwirtschaftlicher Aktivitäten hinsichtlich unterschiedlicher Formen der landwirtschaftlichen Produktion (Unterscheidung nach Produktionsart – konventionelle Landwirtschaft vs Biolandbau, kleinstrukturiert vs großstrukturiert) zu untersuchen. Die Identifikation der Versorgungsnetzwerke und der Interaktionsmuster von Landwirtschaft, ländlicher Wirtschaft und Umwelt stehen dabei im Vordergrund.

 

Koordination

Österreichisches Institut für Raumplanung (ÖIR), Österreich

PartnerInnen

Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research (NIBR), Norwegen
Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Sussex (SPRU), Großbritannien
SUACI Montagne/GIS Alpes du Nord (SUACI), Frankreich
Humboldt University of Berlin (UBER), Deutschland
Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization, Polish Academy of Sciences (IGSO), Polen
Fundació Empresa i Ciencia Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Dpt. Economia Aplicada (FEC), Spanien
Centre for Rural Assistance Romania (CAR), Rumänien
European Academy Bozen / Bolzano, Research Institute for Regional Development (EURAC), Italien
Corvinus University of Budapest, Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development
(CUB), Ungarn
University College Cork, Department of Food Business and Development (UCC), Irland

Projekt

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weiterführende Literatur

  • Dax, T. (2017) Replication strategy, Project “A New Approach for Rural Development in Georgia”, ENPARD-programme, Borjomi, Georgia, 15pp+7 annexes.

  • Nigmann, T., Dax, T., Hoppichler, J., Hovorka, G., Machold, I. (2016): Socio-political, economic and institutional drivers – National report Austria. Im Rahmen des Projektes PEGASUS. 20 Seiten. Wien. Februar 2016

  • Machold, Ingrid, Dax, Thomas und Oedl-Wieser, Theresia (2015) \\\"Welcoming communities\\\" as incentives for rural development. Recognizing the potential of immigrants in two remote regions of Austria. Paper presented in Working Group 8 „Migration and rural social change“ at the XXVI ESRS Congress, 18-21.8.2015, Aberdeen, Scotland.

  • Dax, T., Katona-Kovács, J. and Machold, I. (2011), Governance of market in the case of local food systems as crucial dimension of the „rural web“ – case study of an Austrian and a Hungarian National Park region, in: Floriańczyk, Z. (ed.). Rural Development: Quo Vadis? Rural areas and development – vol. 8, Warsaw, 91-111.

  • Bergmann, H., Dax, T., Hocevar, V., Hovorka, G., Juvancic, L., Kröger, M. and Thomson, K.J: (2011), Reforming Pillar II – Towards Significant and Sustainable Rural Development? In: Sorrentino, A., Henke, R. and Severini, S. (eds.), The Common Agricultural Policy after the Fischler Reform, National Implementations, Impact Assessment and the Agenda for Future Reforms, Farnham (UK) and Burlington (USA): Ashgate, 331-345.

  • Bergmann, H.; Dax, T.; Hocevar, V.; Hovorka, G.; Juvancic, L.; Kröger, M. and Thomson, K.: Reforming Pillar 2 – Towards Significant and Sustainable Rural Development? paper prepared for the 8th International Conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics, Ljubljana, 29.6.-2.7.2009,

  • Dax, Th.; Hovorka, G.; Hocevar, V. and Juvancic, L. (2009): comparative analysis of territorial impacts of multicuntional agriculture in Austria and Slovenia. In: Neuwirth, J./Wagner, K. (eds): Multifunctional Territories: Importance of Rural Areas beyond Food Production. Rural areas and development vol. 6 des European Rural Development Network, Warschau 2009; 29-46

  • Bergmann, H., Dax, T., Hocevar, V., Hovorka, G., Juvancic, L., Kröger, M. and Thomson, K.J.: Reforming Pillar 2 – Towards Significant and Sustainable Rural Development? Paper at the 109th EAAE seminar “The CAP after the Fischler Reform: National Implementations, Impact Assessment and the Agenda for Future Reforms”, Viterbo, Italy, 20-21 November 2008, 17pp.

  • Dax, Thomas und Hovorka, Gerhard (gem. mit Bergmann, H.; Thomson, K.J.): Sustainable Rural Development Strategies and Multifunctionality of Agriculture – a comparison between Scotland and Austria. Beitrag zum XXII ESRS Kongress „New questions and challenges for Rural Europe – Mobilities, Vulnerabilities and Sustainabilities“ vom 20.-24.8.2007 in Wageneningen

  • Dax, Thomas und Hovorka, Gerhard: The territorial dimension of the Common Agricultural and Rural Development Policy and its relation to cohesion objectives. Beitrag im Tagungsband “Less Favoured Areas for Agriculture and Rural Areas, VUZE, Prag, November 2007, S. 20-32

  • Dax, Th./Machold, I./ Roberts, D.: The CAP, rural development policy and territorial cohesion: findings from an EU-wide analysis, in: Ortner, K.M. (ed.): Assessing rural development policies of the Common Agricultural Policy, selection of paper from the 87th seminar of the European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE), April 21 – 23, 2004, Wien, Wissenschaftsverlag Vauk, Kiel 2005, S. 107 - 123

  • Dax, Thomas / Machold, Ingrid / Roberts, Deborah: The CAP, Rural Development Policy and Territorial Cohesion: Findings from an EU-wide analysis, paper at the 87th EAAE seminar \"Assessing rural development policies of the CAP\", Wien, 21.-23. April 2004

  • Dax, Thomas/Hovorka, Gerhard: “Integrated rural development in mountain areas, in: Brouwer, F. (ed.), Sustaining Agriculture and the Rural Economy: Governance, policy and multifunctionality, chapter 7, Edward Elgar, Camberley, UK, 2004

  • Dax, Thomas, Machold, Ingrid, Meisinger, Christine (2007): “Rural Development Programmes and their Impact on Youth Integration” in: Jentsch, B. and Shucksmith, M. (eds.), Young People in Rural Areas of Europe, Perspectives on Rural policy and Planning, Ashgate, Aldershot, UK. (ISBN: 0-7546-3478-7), p. 151-185

  • DAX, Thomas/HOVORKA, Gerhard: “Mountain policy in Austria: Its integrated approach to rural development and contribution to multifunctional landscapes” in: J. Brandt & H. Vejre (ed.), Multifunctional Landscapes. Volume II. Monitoring, Diversity and Management. Southampton, UK, 2003, S. 207-220

  • Dax, Thomas, Machold, Ingrid, Meisinger, Christine (2001): Rural development programmes and their impact on youth integration, in: Burnett J., Jentsch B. and Shucksmith M. (eds.): PAYPIRD, Final report for the European Commission, The Arkleton Centre for Rural Development Research, Aberdeen, 2001, S. 146-183

  • Dax, Thomas and Machold, Ingrid (2001): Assessment of rural development programmes to enhance youth integration, paper to the 41st Congress of the European Regional Science Association (ERSA), Zagreb, Croatia, 29. August – 1. September 2001

  • DAX, T., MACHOLD, I. and MEISINGER, Ch.: “Policies and Young People in Rural Development”, National Report, Study Area Murau, Austria, Wien, July 2000

  • Dax, Thomas, Machold, Ingrid, Meisinger, Christine (2000): Rural development programmes and their impact on youth integration, thematic report, EU-project FAIR6 CT - 98 - 4171, Bundesanstalt für Bergbauernfragen, Wien 2000

  • DAX, Thomas; HOVORKA, Gerhard: The contribution of mountain policy to maintain multifunctional landscapes and to support rural development in Austria; präsentiert auf der internationalen Konferenz über: “Multifunctional Landscapes: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Landscape Research and Management”, in Roskilde, Dänemark, Oktober 2000, 10 Seiten


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