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Restructuring Networks in Post-SocialismLegacies, Linkages and Localities$
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Gernot Grabher and David Stark

Print publication date: 1996

Print ISBN-13: 9780198290209

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198290209.001.0001

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Regional and Local Factors in the Restructuring of South-Eastern Poland

Regional and Local Factors in the Restructuring of South-Eastern Poland

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(p.190) 8 Regional and Local Factors in the Restructuring of South-Eastern Poland
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Restructuring Networks in Post-Socialism
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Gernot Grabher

David Stark

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198290209.003.0008

This chapter argues that the key issue in the economic policy of the state is economic structuring despite the progress of the transformation processes. The OECD (1993) report on the problems of regional development policy in England points to the fundamental importance of ‘structural mega-adjustments’. An investigation on institutional structures and regional development was carried out in the South-eastern part of Poland among nine provinces: Bielsko-Biata, Kielce, Kraków, Krosno, Nowy Sącz, Przemœl, Rzeszów, Tarnobrzeg, and Tarnów. The major differences in institutional structures are highlighted here. Four main configurations of institutional set-ups in regional restructuring emerged from the gathered data: atomistic, bipolar, hierarchic, and network. The rest of the chapter discusses the main institutional barriers to regional restructuring.

Keywords:   OECD, institutional barriers, regional restructuring, Kielce, Krosno, atomistic, bipolar, hierarchic, network

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