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.
REGIONAL STATISTICS, 2019, VOL 9, No 2.
Rob Atkinson: The Small Towns conundrum: What do we do about them?
János Rechnitzer – Judit Berkes – Bálint Filep: The most important city development initiatives of Hungary
Dávid Fekete – Szabolcs Morvay: Creative cities in Central and Eastern Europe – Examining the position of Győr from the creative and cultural aspects of this macro-region
Duco De Vos – Evert Meijers: Population, diversity, and restaurants: trends in the geography of cuisine variety in the Netherlands
Attila Béres – György Jablonszky – Tamás Laposa – Györgyi Nyikos: Spatial econometrics: transport infrastructure development and real estate values in Budapest
Jose Maria Fernandez-Crehuet – Jorge Rosales-Salas – Gonzalo Galindo Barragán: Construction and validation of an international reputation index: the European case
Hanna Dudek – Gülşah Sedefoğlu: Modelling severe material deprivation rates in EU regions using fractional response regression
Kenichi Shimamoto: Empirical analysis of the distribution of urban parks in Japan
Ramazan Magomedovich Magomedov–Khadzhimurad Arturovich Israpilov – Anatoliy Vasilevich Zolotaryuk – Svetlana Magomedovna Doguchaeva – Olga Yuryevna Gorodetskaia – Olga Nikolaevna Tsvetkova: Regional taxable capacity measurement methodology based on factors that determine tax gaps based on the example of the Republic of Dagestan
Kateryna Serhiivna Akbash – Natalia Оleksiivna Pasichnyk – Renat Yaroszlavovich Rizhniak: Adaptation of the UN’s gender inequality index to Ukraine’s regions
Tamás Szabó: Public service as an indicator of competitiveness
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