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2019 | 45 | 23-40
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Definiowanie koncepcji hybrydyzacji rozwoju

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Defining development hybridization concept
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Zamierzeniem artykułu jest próba zdefiniowania koncepcji hybrydyzacji rozwoju, a także zainicjowanie dyskusji, w jaki sposób podejście to może wzbogacać współczesne koncepcje rozwoju wykorzystywane w ekonomii regionalnej i geografii ekonomicznej. Artykuł ma charakter teoretyczny i bazuje na metodyce studiów literaturowych. W pierwszej części przedstawiono wprowadzenie do problematyki hybrydyzacji rozwoju w kontekście współczesnych zjawisk globalizacyjnych. W kolejnej przybliżono pojęcia związane z hybrydyzacją rozwoju. Następnie poddano analizie ujęcie sektorowe i przestrzenne hybrydyzacji oraz sformułowano propozycję ogólnego ujęcia tej koncepcji. Artykuł kończą rozważania na temat znaczenia hybrydyzacji rozwoju w kontekście wybranych współczesnych koncepcji rozwoju wykorzystywanych w ekonomii regionalnej i geografii ekonomicznej.
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The intention of this article is an attempt to define the concept of development hybridization, and launch a discussion on how this concept can enrich contemporary development concepts used in the regional economics and the economic geography. The article has a theoretical character and is based on the methodology of literature studies. The first part of the paper introduces the problem of hybridization of development in the context of contemporary globalization phenomena. The next part defines the concepts related to hybridization of development. Then, the sectoral and 40 Adam Drobniakspatial approach to hybridization was analysed and a proposal was made for a general approach to the concept of development hybridization. The article ends with reflections on the impact of the hybridization of development on selected contemporary concepts of development used in the regional economics and the economic geography.
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2019-02-14
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