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Maritime spatial rent for modelling maritime spatial development

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Morska renta przestrzenna a zagospodarowanie przestrzeni obszarów morskich
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The paper focuses on problems related to modelling the development of maritime economic space. This entirely new issue has emerged from the recent changes in the intensity of use of marine areas. First, the economic significance of maritime space is discussed, followed by a simple model based on maritime spatial rent which aims at explaining the patterns of its development. This model encapsulates the interplay between both market and public choice factors that affect the development of maritime space. The paper also includes a discussion of attempts to obtain a monetary value of maritime spatial rent for key offshore maritime sectors in Poland. The paper concludes with suggestions on further developments in this field.
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Autorzy analizują procesy modelowania rozwoju przestrzeni morskiej w jej ekonomicznym wymiarze. To nowe zagadnienie całkiem niedawno przykuło uwagę badaczy śledzących wzrost tempa i zakresu użytkowania obszarów morskich. W artykule zostało przedstawione gospodarcze znaczenie przestrzeni morskiej, a następnie zaprezentowano prosty model oparty na morskiej rencie przestrzennej, jako narzędziu objaśniania zmian w zagospodarowaniu przestrzennym obszarów morskich. Model ten ujmuje oddziaływanie zarówno sił rynkowych, jak i decyzji wyboru publicznego, które wpływają na rozwój przestrzeni morskiej (jej zagospodarowanie przestrzenne). W artykule omówiono również próby zmierzenia wartości pieniężnej morskiej renty przestrzennej w odniesieniu do kluczowych sektorów gospodarki morskiej w Polsce. Tekst kończy się propozycjami dalszego rozwoju badań w tej sferze.
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