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The New Issue of Regional Statistics is already Available! (2023, VOL 13, No 3)

THE NEW ISSUE OF REGIONAL STATISTICS IS ALREADY AVAILABLE!

We are pleased to inform you that a new issue of the Regional Statistics has been released and now it’s available online.

https://www.ksh.hu/terstat_eng_current_issue

REGIONAL STATISTICS, 2023, VOL 13, No 3.

STUDIES

Arnoldo López-Marmolejo – C. Vladimir Rodríguez-Caballero: Assessing the effect of gender-related legal reforms on female labour participation and GDP per capita in the Central American region

https://www.ksh.hu/statszemle_archive/regstat/2023/2023_03/rs130301.pdf

Nguyen Van Thanh – Dung Thi Thuy Nguyen  – Phuong-Tra Vu – Hiep Ngoc Luu – Hoa Hanh Hoang  : The impact of polarisation on Covid-19 outcomes, 2020

https://www.ksh.hu/statszemle_archive/regstat/2023/2023_03/rs130302.pdf

Mohammad M. Jaber: Multidimensional energy poverty in Jordan between 2009 and 2018: Progress and possible policy interventions

https://www.ksh.hu/statszemle_archive/regstat/2023/2023_03/rs130303.pdf

Arnold Tóth – Botond Géza Kálmán – József Poór – Imola Cseh Papp: Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on unemployment in selected countries and country groups

https://www.ksh.hu/statszemle_archive/regstat/2023/2023_03/rs130304.pdf

Vít Pošta: The disaggregation of the projected impacts of automation in the regional labour markets between 2019 and 2030: Case of the Czech Republic

https://www.ksh.hu/statszemle_archive/regstat/2023/2023_03/rs130305.pdf

András Igari: Spatiotemporal inequalities of excess mortality in Europe during the first two years of the Covid-19 pandemic

https://www.ksh.hu/statszemle_archive/regstat/2023/2023_03/rs130306.pdf

Trang L. Q. Tran – Miklós Herdon – Thich D. Phan – Tuan M. Nguyen: Digital skill types and economic performance in the EU27 region, 2020–2021

https://www.ksh.hu/statszemle_archive/regstat/2023/2023_03/rs130307.pdf

Anel A. Kireyeva – László Vasa – Nailya K. Nurlanova – Lee Jung Wan – Aisulu Moldabekova: Factors causing depopulation of vulnerable regions: Evidence from Kazakhstan, 2009–2019

https://www.ksh.hu/statszemle_archive/regstat/2023/2023_03/rs130308.pdf

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