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Geography versus spatial management. The aim of the article is to draw attention to substantive connections that combine spatial management with geography, first of all with socio-economic geography. Both disciplines are of a multidimensional nature and they expose physical space as a field of their interests. The convergence of disciplines is also reflected in the research methodology – a spatial analysis has been developing in socio-economic geography since the 1960s by the so-called spatial direction. Both disciplines are competitive not only on the scientific, but also educational and utilitarian (socio-economic practice) market. The article focuses on the essence and a cognitive sense of both fields, in general, and on their scope of competence. Spatial management should be developed as part of basic sciences, including geography as its professional specialization.
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