WP7: Identification and selection of indicators

Konstanze Schönthaler, Bosch & Partner, Munich
Duration: August 2005 - May 2006

The results of the survey are summarised in a folder on "Monitoring of regional development in the Alps by means of indicators":

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The final WP7 report is available in English: download pdf-File

  Based on former Alpine Convention studies and the results of WP5 and WP6, this work package elaborated a set of core indicators for the chosen main trend, namely the urbanisation processes in the Alpine space. In the process, a problem oriented approach was used considering the three pillars of sustainability: environment, economy and society. The indicators are proposed for the municipal and local level (LAU 5). To focus the selection of indicators a conceptual model was established:
 

Structure of conceptual model idea

Identification indicators
The identification indicators shall be used to localise the main trends and to describe the extent of their occurrence. The following table displays a set of indicators, which was defined to identify and characterise urbanisation processes in the context of the main trend "Urban centres and fringes - between competition and cooperation".

 

WP 7

WP5: Impact of cultural differences on regional development in the Alps more
WP6: Analysis of expert´s estimations on alpine development more
WP8: Specification and test of data for an alpine wide information system more
WP9: Elaboration and optimisation of indicator based and qualitative tools more
WP10: First confrontation of theory and practice: Test of tools in six regions more
WP11: Second confrontation: Presentation of strategies for the solution of conflicts within the regions more
WP12: Cooperation with SOIA/Alpine Convention more
Internal regulations concerning work packages, reports and publications:
Elaboration of work packages
Quality control for WP-reports
Publication procedure
Copyright issues

 

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