Record nummer 1932400
Titel artikel Peripheral cities and their regions in the Dutch urban system until 1900
Auteur(s) Kooij, P.
Titel Town and countryside in a Dutch perspective
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Pim Kooij
Auteur(s) Kooij, P.
Uitgever Groningen [etc.] : Nederlands Agronomisch Historisch Instituut
Titel van reeks Historia agriculturae (42)
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2010)
Paginering 29 - 43
Annotatie(s) 1 krt., 5 tab
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Trefwoorden (cab) urbanisatie / steden / stadsontwikkeling / geschiedenis
Rubrieken Stedelijke plannen / Geschiedenis (algemeen)
Publicatie type Hoofdstuk uit boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting In the Netherlands a kind of urban system emerged very early in the sea provinces, but inland the country cities functioned as regional capitals without many links to cities outside their regions. After 1800 political and economic unification accelarated and the peripheral towns lost their independance. Using two indicators - the division of labour and migration - the article analysis how this proces of integration took shape after 1850
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