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rft.atitle ZUM PROBLEM DER RAUMWIRKSAMKEIT RECHTLICHER INSTRUMENTE AUS POLITISCH-GEOGRAPHISCHER SICHT
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abstract <p>During the past decade all over the world, and particularly in the western industrialized countries, the political systems have increasingly influenced spatial processes. For many fields, such as environmental policy, this required new regionally significant legal provisions. In the Federal Republic of Germany, legal regulations are enacted in one of the legal forms provided by the legal system. These forms are called "legal instruments" because they serve the Federal Government as well as the Länder governments to achieve their political objectives. The regional effects of the different legal instruments have not yet been analyzed by German Political Geography. The legal system of the Federal Republic of Germany provides the legal instruments of the law („Gesetz“), the statutory instrument („Rechtsverordnung“), the administrative regulation („Verwaltungsvorschrift“), the statutes („Satzung“), the judge-made law („Richterrecht“), and within the scope of the European Communities the regulation („Verordnung“), the decision („Entscheidung“), the directive („Richtlinie“) and the recommendation („Empfehlung“). Illustrated by two current examples, the following article analyzes the given devices of controlling regionally significant processes as well as the extent of the different legal instruments' regional effects. The first example deals with the reduction of lead emission in the Federal Republic of Germany. In order to achieve this objective, the most suitable legal instruments are the law, the statutory instrument and the directive. Regulations layed down in these legal forms are of high regional significance. Judge-made law would not always guarantee an optimal achievement of the mentioned objective; however, in individual cases, judge-made law may have a considerable influence on the use and development of a specific area. The remaining legal forms have proven less effective. The second example refers to local energy supply concepts which are of major importance to supplying citizens with gas, electricity and district heating, and which in the course of their implementation bring about numerous regional changes. Despite of the high priority given to supply concepts in energy and environmental policy, their legal basis has up to the present been absolutely insufficient. Problems emerging in the context of supply concepts can be solved best through the legal instrument of the law.</p>
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description <p>During the past decade all over the world, and particularly in the western industrialized countries, the political systems have increasingly influenced spatial processes. For many fields, such as environmental policy, this required new regionally significant legal provisions. In the Federal Republic of Germany, legal regulations are enacted in one of the legal forms provided by the legal system. These forms are called "legal instruments" because they serve the Federal Government as well as the Länder governments to achieve their political objectives. The regional effects of the different legal instruments have not yet been analyzed by German Political Geography. The legal system of the Federal Republic of Germany provides the legal instruments of the law („Gesetz“), the statutory instrument („Rechtsverordnung“), the administrative regulation („Verwaltungsvorschrift“), the statutes („Satzung“), the judge-made law („Richterrecht“), and within the scope of the European Communities the regulation („Verordnung“), the decision („Entscheidung“), the directive („Richtlinie“) and the recommendation („Empfehlung“). Illustrated by two current examples, the following article analyzes the given devices of controlling regionally significant processes as well as the extent of the different legal instruments' regional effects. The first example deals with the reduction of lead emission in the Federal Republic of Germany. In order to achieve this objective, the most suitable legal instruments are the law, the statutory instrument and the directive. Regulations layed down in these legal forms are of high regional significance. Judge-made law would not always guarantee an optimal achievement of the mentioned objective; however, in individual cases, judge-made law may have a considerable influence on the use and development of a specific area. The remaining legal forms have proven less effective. The second example refers to local energy supply concepts which are of major importance to supplying citizens with gas, electricity and district heating, and which in the course of their implementation bring about numerous regional changes. Despite of the high priority given to supply concepts in energy and environmental policy, their legal basis has up to the present been absolutely insufficient. Problems emerging in the context of supply concepts can be solved best through the legal instrument of the law.</p>
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spelling BOESLER, KLAUS-ACHIM GRAAFEN, RAINER 0016-7479 Franz Steiner Verlag https://www.jstor.org/stable/27818358 <p>During the past decade all over the world, and particularly in the western industrialized countries, the political systems have increasingly influenced spatial processes. For many fields, such as environmental policy, this required new regionally significant legal provisions. In the Federal Republic of Germany, legal regulations are enacted in one of the legal forms provided by the legal system. These forms are called "legal instruments" because they serve the Federal Government as well as the Länder governments to achieve their political objectives. The regional effects of the different legal instruments have not yet been analyzed by German Political Geography. The legal system of the Federal Republic of Germany provides the legal instruments of the law („Gesetz“), the statutory instrument („Rechtsverordnung“), the administrative regulation („Verwaltungsvorschrift“), the statutes („Satzung“), the judge-made law („Richterrecht“), and within the scope of the European Communities the regulation („Verordnung“), the decision („Entscheidung“), the directive („Richtlinie“) and the recommendation („Empfehlung“). Illustrated by two current examples, the following article analyzes the given devices of controlling regionally significant processes as well as the extent of the different legal instruments' regional effects. The first example deals with the reduction of lead emission in the Federal Republic of Germany. In order to achieve this objective, the most suitable legal instruments are the law, the statutory instrument and the directive. Regulations layed down in these legal forms are of high regional significance. Judge-made law would not always guarantee an optimal achievement of the mentioned objective; however, in individual cases, judge-made law may have a considerable influence on the use and development of a specific area. The remaining legal forms have proven less effective. The second example refers to local energy supply concepts which are of major importance to supplying citizens with gas, electricity and district heating, and which in the course of their implementation bring about numerous regional changes. Despite of the high priority given to supply concepts in energy and environmental policy, their legal basis has up to the present been absolutely insufficient. Problems emerging in the context of supply concepts can be solved best through the legal instrument of the law.</p> ZUM PROBLEM DER RAUMWIRKSAMKEIT RECHTLICHER INSTRUMENTE AUS POLITISCH-GEOGRAPHISCHER SICHT Geographische Zeitschrift
spellingShingle BOESLER, KLAUS-ACHIM, GRAAFEN, RAINER, Geographische Zeitschrift, ZUM PROBLEM DER RAUMWIRKSAMKEIT RECHTLICHER INSTRUMENTE AUS POLITISCH-GEOGRAPHISCHER SICHT
title ZUM PROBLEM DER RAUMWIRKSAMKEIT RECHTLICHER INSTRUMENTE AUS POLITISCH-GEOGRAPHISCHER SICHT
title_full ZUM PROBLEM DER RAUMWIRKSAMKEIT RECHTLICHER INSTRUMENTE AUS POLITISCH-GEOGRAPHISCHER SICHT
title_fullStr ZUM PROBLEM DER RAUMWIRKSAMKEIT RECHTLICHER INSTRUMENTE AUS POLITISCH-GEOGRAPHISCHER SICHT
title_full_unstemmed ZUM PROBLEM DER RAUMWIRKSAMKEIT RECHTLICHER INSTRUMENTE AUS POLITISCH-GEOGRAPHISCHER SICHT
title_short ZUM PROBLEM DER RAUMWIRKSAMKEIT RECHTLICHER INSTRUMENTE AUS POLITISCH-GEOGRAPHISCHER SICHT
title_sort zum problem der raumwirksamkeit rechtlicher instrumente aus politisch-geographischer sicht
title_unstemmed ZUM PROBLEM DER RAUMWIRKSAMKEIT RECHTLICHER INSTRUMENTE AUS POLITISCH-GEOGRAPHISCHER SICHT
url https://www.jstor.org/stable/27818358