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By Stefan Krätke

Neue glitzernde Immobilien-Fassaden werden häufig als image einer gelungenen Aufwertung Berlins im Kreise der Metropolen Europas angesehen. Dagegen ist die wirtschaftliche Entwicklung der Stadt in den 90er Jahren vor allem durch eine Beschäftigungskrise gekennzeichnet, die nicht zuletzt auf die sozialräumliche Entwicklung durchschlägt.
Das Buch analysiert die wirtschaftlichen, sozialen und räumlichen Strukturveränderungen Berlins in den 90er Jahren aus der Perspektive vergleichender Metropolenforschung. So stellt die Arbeit aber nicht nur ein Berlin-Buch dar, sondern einen exemplarischen Beitrag zur "integralen" sozio-ökonomischen Stadtanalyse, die ökonomische, soziologische und geographische Sichtweisen zusammenführt.

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Abs. 755 25,2 abs. I. Land- und Forstwirtschaft -286 11. 967 III. 684 IV. 396 V. 127 VI. Verkehr und Nachrichtenübm. 506 VII. Kreditinstitute und Versichg. 151 VIII. 582 (anderweitig nicht genannt) IX. Organis. 072 62,4 X. 607 -9,4 zus. ohne X. Gebietskörperschaft. 1998 **) Landesarbeitsamts-Geschäftsstellen Potsdam, Nauen, Oranienburg, Bernau, Strausberg, Fürstenwalde, Königs-Wusterhausen, Zossen Im Sektor Handel läßt sich angesichts der quantitativen Relationen von Beschäftigungs-Abbau in Berlin und Zuwachs im Speckgürtel von Ansätzen einer Suburbanisierungs-Tendenz sprechen: Die Kernstadt verlor rund 24000 Beschäftigte, während der Speckgürtel fast 14000 hinzugewann.

607 -9,4 zus. ohne X. Gebietskörperschaft. 1998 **) Landesarbeitsamts-Geschäftsstellen Potsdam, Nauen, Oranienburg, Bernau, Strausberg, Fürstenwalde, Königs-Wusterhausen, Zossen Im Sektor Handel läßt sich angesichts der quantitativen Relationen von Beschäftigungs-Abbau in Berlin und Zuwachs im Speckgürtel von Ansätzen einer Suburbanisierungs-Tendenz sprechen: Die Kernstadt verlor rund 24000 Beschäftigte, während der Speckgürtel fast 14000 hinzugewann. Im Sektor Dienstleistungen (soweit anderweitig nicht genannt) waren im Zeitraum von 1993-1998 in allen Teilräumen der Region Berlin-Brandenburg Beschäftigungsgewinne zu verzeichnen.

35 Tab. 98 abs. I. Land- und Forstwirtschaft 11. Energiewirtschaft, Bergbau III. Verarbeitendes Gewerbe IV. Baugewerbe V. Handel VI. Verkehr und Nachrichtenübm. VII. Kreditinstitute und Versichg. VIII. Dienstleistungen (anderweitig nicht genannt) IX. Organis. ohne Erwerbszweck X. 897 zusammen ZUS. ohne X. Gebietskörperschaft. in % "Speckgürtel" Rest Branden*) burg in % in % abs. abs. 458 -6,1 -4,6 *) Landesarbeitsamts-Geschäftsstellen Potsdam, Nauen, Oranienburg, Bemau, Strausberg, Fürstenwalde, Königs-Wusterhausen, Zossen Die Entwicklung der Gesamtbeschäftigung (ohne Sektor Gebietskörperschaften) in den Teilräumen der Region Berlin-Brandenburg zeigt nur fiir den Zeitraum 1993-1998 den Speckgürtel als herausragende "Wachstumsregion" (+ 41400), wobei diesem Zuwachs ein mehr als dreimal so großer Beschäftigungsverlust der Kernstadt (- 135000) gegenübersteht.

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