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The latest issue of Regional Science Policy & Practice are available! Volume 14, Issue 4, August 2022

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Regional Science Policy & Practice
Volume 14, Issue 4
Night Lights, Big Data and Urban and Regional Development

Pages: 695-1027

August 2022

Issue Edited by: Katarzyna Kopczewska, John Östh, Umut Türk, Jie Huang


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Issue Information

Pages: 695-696 | First Published: 13 September 2022


Regional development in Central and Eastern Europe and Asia

Katarzyna Kopczewska

Pages: 697-698 | First Published: 13 September 2022


Spatial spillover effects of corruption in Asian countries: Spatial econometric approach

Masoud Khodapanah, Zahra Dehghan Shabani, Mohammad Hadi Akbarzadeh, Mahboubeh Shojaeian

Pages: 699-717 | First Published: 31 October 2020

Key conditions for Euroregions development at external EU borders: A case study of the Polish–Belarusian borderland

Tomasz Studzieniecki, Andrzej Jakubowski, Beata Meyer

Pages: 718-739 | First Published: 25 March 2021

A new planning instrument for urban development in Hungary: The modern cities program

Dávid Fekete

Pages: 740-758 | First Published: 21 April 2021

Harmonization of Russian supply chain management standards with EU requirements

Viktor Shestak, Viktor Konstantinov, Vladislav Govorov, Evgenia Budko, Oleg Volodin

Pages: 759-777 | First Published: 21 April 2021

Rural area sustainable development strategies on the basis of a cluster approach

Rasul Gusmanov, Eugene Stovba, Alfiya Kuznetsova, Iskander Gusmanov, Timur Taipov, Gulnara Muhametshina, Liana Akhmetova

Pages: 778-795 | First Published: 13 September 2021

The resilience of Russian Arctic cities 1989–2017

Andrey Polyachenko

Pages: 796-825 | First Published: 29 March 2022


Night light indicators of regional economic activity

Katarzyna Kopczewska

Pages: 826-827 | First Published: 13 September 2022


Analysis of spatial inequality using DMSP‐OLS nighttime‐light satellite imageries: A case study of Thailand

Krittaya Sangkasem, Nattapong Puttanapong

Pages: 828-849 | First Published: 22 December 2020

Mapping poverty rates in Chile with night lights and fractional multinomial models

Simone Cecchini, Giovanni Savio, Varinia Tromben

Pages: 850-876 | First Published: 25 March 2021

Nighttime‐lights satellite imagery reveals hotspots of second home mobility in rural Russia (a case study of Yaroslavl Oblast)

Alexander Sheludkov, Alexandra Starikova

Pages: 877-890 | First Published: 10 June 2021

Predicting intra‐urban well‐being from space with nonlinear machine learning

Piotr Wójcik, Krystian Andruszek

Pages: 891-913 | First Published: 19 September 2021


Modelling place attractiveness in the era of big and open data

John Östh, Umut Türk, Jie Huang

Pages: 914-915 | First Published: 13 September 2022


Open Access

Where is the consumer centre? A case of St. Petersburg

Konstantin Kholodilin, Irina Koroleva, Darya Kryutchenko

Pages: 916-938 | First Published: 25 June 2020

Open Access

House price valuation of environmental amenities: An application of GIS‐derived data

Liv Osland, John Östh, Viggo Nordvik

Pages: 939-959 | First Published: 06 December 2020

Open Access

Commuting patterns of preschool children in metropolitan Stockholm

Andreas Alm Fjellborg, Håkan Forsberg

Pages: 960-980 | First Published: 01 March 2021

Open Access

Intergenerational income mobility in Sweden: A look at the spatial disparities across municipalities

Alessandra Michelangeli, John Östh, Umut Türk

Pages: 981-1004 | First Published: 09 July 2021

Open Access

Stated locational preferences of Italian entrepreneurs: The underlying location factors

Dario Musolino, Wim Meester, Piet Pellenbarg

Pages: 1005-1021 | First Published: 18 November 2021


New Economies for Sustainability. Luise Li Langergaard, Springer Nature Switzerland AG, Cham, Switzerland. 2022. 273 Hardback. xii, pp ISBN 978‐3‐030‐81742‐8 ISBN 978‐3‐030‐81743‐5 (e‐book)

Fadli Agus Triansyah

Pages: 1022-1024 | First Published: 06 June 2022

Goldin, Claudia. 2021. Career and family: Women's century‐long journey toward equity. Princeton University Press,. US$27.95, Hb, 325pp, ISBN 978‐0‐691‐20178‐8

Amitrajeet A. Batabyal

Pages: 1025-1027 | First Published: 06 June 2022

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