L’evolution des rapports entre la distribution spatiale de la population et la desserte en voie de communications modernes. Etude de cas - la Moldavie

Gabriel Cimpoesu-Haisuc, Ionel Muntele


This study aims to examine the correlations between the quality of transport infrastructure and the evolution of the spatial distribution of population over a long period (1860-2002). It is certified so that after 1948 we can only speak of a true correlation between the two track parameters, the effect of a lack of economic and social modernization of the studied region. In this way only in the last half century has shown, large and rough, the rural exodus and only in recent decades can speak o the manifestation of axial concentration and suburbanization trends. These processes show a continued divergence in the evolution of both population density and average annual growth rate, unlike the period before 1948, marked by a relative homogeneity. From this divergence were born a number of gaps that are consistent, with few exceptions, the spatial distribution of population dynamics in developed countries.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15551/scigeo.v57i0.97


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ISSN: 1223-5334; eISSN: 2284-6379. Published in Romania




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