Deindustrialization, decline and restructuring in socio-spatial context: a multi-layer exploratory study on a mono-centric local economy, Zonguldak case

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2009
Işın, Şenay
This thesis investigates in deindustrialization process, its decline impacts and restructuring process in socio-spatial context. Both deindustrialization and restructuring processes are evaluated regarding a muti-layer conceptualization of the problem. Zonguldak Case is chosen to investigate in the deindustrialization process taken place in the mono-centric local economy dependent on coal mining, the decline impacts of this process on the whole urban set-up including labour households, the city, other economic activities and industrial, regional and urban restructuring process in response to these impacts. The study discusses diverse restructuring attempts concerning local dynamics and local characteristics of Zonguldak.

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Ş. Işın, “Deindustrialization, decline and restructuring in socio-spatial context: a multi-layer exploratory study on a mono-centric local economy, Zonguldak case,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2009.