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Latest issue of the journal Regional Statistics is available

We would like to offer your attention the latest issue of our journal Regional Statistics! www.ksh.hu/terstat_eng

STUDIES

The cognitive and geographical structure of knowledge links and how they influence firms’ innovation performance – Tom Broekel – Ron Boschma

DOI: 10.15196/RS06201 http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2016/rs06201.pdf

An improved radiation model and its applicability for understanding commuting patterns
in Hungary – Levente Varga – Géza Tóth – Zoltán Néda

DOI: 10.15196/RS06202  http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2016/rs06202.pdf

Commuting patterns in Romania: Case study on Cluj County – József Benedek
– Iulia Hărănguș – Titus Man

DOI: 10.15196/RS06203 http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2016/rs06203.pdf

The Transport in Our Time-Budget – Tamás Fleischer – Melinda Tir  

DOI: 10.15196/RS06204 http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2016/rs06204.pdf

Migration settlement networks in the Carpathian Basin, 2001–2011
– Áron Kincses – Lajos Bálint

DOI: 10.15196/RS06205 http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2016/rs06205.pdf

Estimates of Net Capital Stock and Consumption of Fixed Capital for Australian States and Territories, 1990–2013 – Serguei Mikhailitchenko

DOI: 10.15196/RS06206 http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2016/rs06206.pdf

Characteristics of transit tourism in Hungary with a focus on expenditure
– Áron Kincses – Géza Tóth – Mihály Tömöri – Gábor Michalkó

DOI: 10.15196/RS06207 http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2016/rs06207.pdf

The uneven transformation of consumption spaces and the rise of new marginalities
in Hungary – Erika Nagy – Gábor Nagy – Gábor Dudás

DOI: 10.15196/RS06208 http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2016/rs06208.pdf

VISUALIZATIONS

Brand wars in cyberspace: a GIS solution – Ákos Jakobi – Hajnalka Lőcsei

DOI: 10.15196/RS06209 http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2016/rs06209.pdf

The world’s economic centre of gravity – Géza Tóth – Zoltán Nagy

DOI: 10.15196/RS06210 http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2016/rs06210.pdf

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