Proces industrializacije in oblikovanje industrijske regije v prostoru severovzhodnega Jadrana 1900–1940
INDUSTRIALISATION PROCESS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE INDUSTRIAL REGION IN THE NORTH‐EASTERN ADRIATIC 1900–1940
In his article the author presents the industrialisation process and the establishment of the indu- strial region in the area of the north-eastern Adriatic in the period between 1900 and 1940, and focuses on analysing the industries or industry sectors characteristic for the industrialisation process (iron and steel, metal products, mechanical, textile and coal industry) as well as industries specific for the area (building materials and fish processing industry). The methodology is based on the theory of the development of industrial regions, general location theory, and theory of growth poles. The analysis indicated that the basic industrial structure, the so-called industrial framework, developed in the area, with the centre in Trieste as the regional growth pole, and that the 1930s Great Depression – to a greater extent than World War I – represented a decisive turning point in its development.
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