Demographic Challenges in the Alpine Space: The Search for Transnational Answers
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SubjectAlpine space; Immigration; Regional planning; Mobility; Housing; Healthcare; Transnational strategies; Policy formation; Alpine regions; Demographic change; Regional development; SECS-P/08; SECS-S/04
This publication documents the papers and reports presented at the Mid-term Conference of the Project DEMOCHANGE. Additionally, this volume also contains documentations and discussions on Model Region Experiences, as well as the worksession summaries. Part 1 of this book presents the keynote speeches of the conference, as well as presentations on model. Part 2 of this publication focuses on papers presented in specifically designed work sessions, covering themost important aspects of demographic change. This part of the book is structured along topical areas, whereas each topical chapter includes the presentation given as well as the documented results of expert group discussions held within each session. Part 3 contains the Model Region Posters which have been exhibited during the conference. In summary, this publication brings together the most important aspects of demographic change in the Alpine space and contributes to the understanding of the growing set of issues relevant to a variety of economic, social, societal issues in regional areas.
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