Development challenges in rural areas in the Mazovieckie Voivodeship

Jerzy Bański

DOI: 10.21858/msr.25.03

Vol no: 25

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In the spatial structure of the Mazovian Voivodeship, it is possible, in a very general way, to distinguish two basic elements – Warsaw and the rural areas in its vicinity, and the remaining areas, with sub-regional centers, smaller cities and rural areas. Modern economic structures with innovative production and service industries are concentrated in Warsaw and, to a lesser extent, in Radom and Plock. In the rest of the voivodeship, the primary role is played by the agricultural sector, characterized by great spatial diversity.