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New issue of the Regional Statistics has been released and now it’s avaiable online.

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



Marcos Álvarez-Díaz–Beatrice D’Hombres–Claudia Ghisetti: Modelling inter- and intra-regional tourism flows in Spain – a spatial econometric approach

Gerardo Gallo–Armando Montanari: Coastal and marine tourism: the employment system in Northern Latium at the time of the economic crisis

Ariel Mitev–Anna Irimiás–Gábor Michalkó–Mariangela Franch: “Mind the scenery!” Landscape depiction and the travel intentions of Game of Thrones fans: some insights for DMOs

Anton Kasagranda–Daniel Gurňák–Katarína Danielová:Congress tourism and fair tourism of Slovakia – quantification, spatial differentiation, and classification

Lajos Bálint–Zoltán Csányi–Máté Farkas–Hajnalka Hluchány–Áron Kincses: International migration and official migration statistics in Hungary

Ádám Páthy:Types of development paths and the hierarchy of the regional centres of Central and Eastern Europe

Mariann Szabó: Spatial distribution of the top 500 companies on regional and county levels in Hungary – a repeated analysis

Izabella Szakálné Kanó–Éva Kazemi-Sánta– Imre Lengyel: Territorial distribution of highly educated individuals in Hungary after 1990

Zoltán Bertus: Investigating the background of radical right-wing mobilization in Hungary with regional statistical methods

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