New entry on polycentricity in our Compendium!

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published on 20/01/2023


Polycentricity refers to spatial structures on various scales that feature a number of spatially separated centres related to one another through mutual exchange processes. The term is used both in an empirical/analytical sense and in a political/normative sense, but a uniform understanding has yet to emerge.

Read more in our Compendium of Urban and Regional Development in the entry "Polycentricity" authored by Thorsten Wiechmann and Stefan Siedentop.