The territorial capital of the new member states in the context of EU integration
Keywords:strategy, strategic planning, development strategies
The article deals with regional / spatial development strategies, i.e. with the risks and extraordinary events that can significantly affect the development of the territory. Its aim is to draw attention, on the basis of an analysis of existing theoretical concepts and of the approach to strategic development planning, to the increased need to use the concept of an integrated approach to spatial development strategies, while taking into account all significant factors that have an impact on the development of the territory.
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