The task of this study is to review the structure of the existing commuting areas/labor market regions, which form the basis for funding under the Joint Task for Regional Economic Development (GRW), and to develop a new definition. On the basis of commuter links, districts and independent cities are grouped together in such a way that they represent economically strongly interlinked areas that are as independent as possible from the outside. As a result, labor market regions are generally better able to reflect economic conditions than counties. Different methods of delimitation and the influence of various externally imposed framework conditions are examined.
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