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Regional Development in Croatia from the turn of Millennium to the EU accession

Rácz, Szilárd (2015): Regional Development in Croatia from the turn of Millennium to the EU accession. Published in: Regional Statistics , Vol. 4, No. 2 (February 2015): pp. 87-105.

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Abstract

Researching territorial development in the independent Croatia is an interesting subject for research from many aspects. Unique developments – state formation, war, spatial restructuring of population – have been taking place up until the turn of the millennium, which have also been accompanied by several significant regional impacts. The historical differences have been escalated by the time of transition, the process of Euro-Atlantic integration, and eventually, by the world economic crisis. This study takes into account the most important spatial forming factors and developments on a county level, focusing on the time frame, at the end of which Croatia became a full member of the European Union.

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