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Latest issue of the journal Regional Statistics is available

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



Péter Járosi: Modelling Network Interdependencies of Regional Economies using Spatial Econometric TechniquesDOI: 10.15196/RS07201

Zsuzsanna Zsibók: Continuing divergence after the crisis: long-term regional economic development in the United Kingdom DOI: 10.15196/RS07202

Adam Drobniak: Economic resilience and hybridization of development – A case of the Central European Regions DOI: 10.15196/RS07203

Robert Guzik–Arkadiusz Kołoś–Krzysztof Gwosdz: Interconnections in public transport as a method for delimiting urban functional areas and the settlement hierarchy DOI: 10.15196/RS07204

Teodora  Brandmuller – Gunter Schäfer – Petri Ekkehard – Oliver Müller – Valeriya Angelova-Tosheva: Territorial indicators for policy purposes: NUTS regions and beyond DOI: 10.15196/RS07205

Péter Kovács – Gábor Bodnár:Examining the Factors of Endogenous Development

in Hungarian Rural Areas by Means of PLS Path Analysis DOI: 10.15196/RS07206

László J. Kulcsár – David L. Brown: Population Ageing in Eastern Europe: Toward a Coupled Micro-Macro Framework DOI: 10.15196/RS07207

Gábor Dudás – György Vida – Tamás Kovalcsik – Lajos Boros: A socio-economic analysis of Airbnb in New York City DOI: 10.15196/RS07208

Petra Szűcs – Miklós Lukovics – Kézy Béla: Opportunities for walkability in Szeged and Valencia DOI: 10.15196/RS07209

Gábor Valkó – Mária Fekete–Farkas – Ildikó Kovács: Indicators for the economic dimension of sustainable agriculture in the European Union DOI: 10.15196/RS07210

Zoltán Egri: Regional health inequalities in the European macroregion from the East Central European perspective DOI: 10.15196/RS07211


György Csomós: Visualising cities’ international scientific collaboration: a spatial scientometric approach based on Scopus data DOI: 10.15196/RS07212

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