The country population trend in the selected region of the Czech Republic
M. Vosejpkováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5462-AGRICECONCitation:Vosejpková M. (2002): The country population trend in the selected region of the Czech Republic . Agric. Econ. – Czech, 48: 134-137.
There are 80% municipalities under one thousand inhabitants in the CzechRepublic. The population trend observed in the region ofSouth Bohemia has proved a long-term and gradated depopulation of such small municipalities. While population has fallen in municipalities under one thousand inhabitants, towns and municipalities with more than one thousand inhabitants show the opposite trend. The possibility of changing this trend seems to lay in the state help for small municipalities parallel with the expected change of the situation after the EU accession because it is very probable, that many young families will be looking for the financially more convenient living in the country.Keywords:
district, municipality, population, region, trend