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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 avaiable online.



Birgit Glorius: Migration to Germany: Structures, processes, and discourses

Marcell Farkas – Zoltán Dövényi: Migration to Europe and its demographic background

Zoltan Egri – Tamas Tanczos: The spatial peculiarities of economic and social convergence in Central and Eastern Europe

Lívia Berkecz-Kovács: New trends in the development of Hungarian clusters: The case of the Southern Great Plain region

Levente B. Alpek – Róbert Tésits – Gábor Hoványi: Spatial inequalities of disadvantage accumulation and their impact on

employability in Hungary

József Benedek –  Ibolya Török – Csongor Máthé: Evidence-based designation of development regions in Romania

György Kocziszky – József Benedek – Dóra Szendi: The impact of the 2008 financial crisis on household income and wealth in Visegrad countries

Magdolna Komolafe: Dwelling services, with an emphasis on imputed rent in the European Union

Onur Sungur –  Yağmur Zararci: Ranking of provinces by entrepreneurship, innovativeness, and human

capital indicators, using the PROMETHEE method –  The case study of Turkey

Katalin Lipták – Noémi Hajdú: Jarred baby food purchasing habits among mothers of infants in Hungary,

and the features of baby food labels

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