The Demographyc Draining of Bulgaria’s Rural Area: A GIS-Aided Geospatial Analysis (1992–2017) View Full Text


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DATE

2019-06-26

AUTHORS

Boian Koulov , Veselin Boyadjiev , Aleksandra Ravnachka

ABSTRACT

The goal of this study is to diagnose the demographic situation in rural Bulgaria and analyze the impact of the last 25 years of transformations. The main proposition is that, during the post-1989 transition and its first EU membership decade, Bulgaria’s rural area expanded territorially and suffered a severe demographic depletion, which led to large and widening discrepancies between the national and local/regional scales and became one of the main factors to influence the country’s overall development for many decades to come. The study uses GIS-aided comparative analysis and assessment of local-level statistical information, and field monitoring to territorially identify and evaluate the rate and scale of the ongoing rural depopulation, as well as highlight the most vulnerable regions and pinpoint the few areas of exception. The research reveals tendencies of importance to the research and administration of the Bulgarian and EU rural regions. It concludes that Bulgaria’s EU membership has so far not been able to terminate the process of deep and continuing depopulation and the ensuing peripheralization of the vast majority of the local and regional administrative units in the country. The fact that the land state boundary and the mountainous areas are the most vulnerable parts of rural Bulgaria implies significant geostrategic consequences for EU’s sensitive southeastern outer border. More... »

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239-260

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TITLE

Three Decades of Transformation in the East-Central European Countryside

ISBN

978-3-030-21236-0
978-3-030-21237-7

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-030-21237-7_11

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-21237-7_11

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