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Scope of RegPol² research covers several countries, intensity of the coverage is displayed in the map below:

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Individual projects, sorted by the country are listed below:

EU level (2)
Theoretical foundations for transnational comparative research on governance of core-periphery relations
Theoretical and conceptual thoughts around the ways of adaptation, formation of strategies and potentials for new developments

Germany (6)
Understanding the role of agents present on the housing market in the production of core-periphery relations
Similar Ideas, Contrasting Practices: Regional Development in Central and Eastern Europe.
Multilevel governance for balanced development between core and peripheral spaces
Counteracting peripheralization through local development? – The challenges and opportunities of social and solidarity economy initiatives in Hungary and Eastern Germany.
•  Relational perspectives on innovation activities of firms from peripheral regions.

• European and national regional and innovation policies reproducing peripheries?

Hungary (5)
Understanding the role of agents present on the housing market in the production of core-periphery relations
Towards territorial cohesion? Path dependence and path innovation of regional policy in Central and Eastern Europe
Everyday practices of adaptation and resistance to peripheralisation at household scale
Counteracting peripheralization through local development? – The challenges and opportunities of social and solidarity economy initiatives in Hungary and Eastern Germany.
The formation, reproduction and persistence of spatial social and economic polarisation

Estonia (5)
Images of the Periphery Impeding Rural Development? Discursive Peripheralization of Rural Spaces in Post-Socialist Estonia.
Public leaders shaping peripheral regions? A comparative case study focusing on the role of public leaders in peripheralising regions of Estonia and the Netherlands
Towards territorial cohesion? Path dependence and path innovation of regional policy in Central and Eastern Europe
• Relational perspectives on innovation activities of firms from peripheral regions.

• European and national regional and innovation policies reproducing peripheries?

Romania (4)
Socio-Spatial Polarization – Driving Force and Outcome of Territorial Mobility in Post-Socialist Romania.
Similar Ideas, Contrasting Practices: Regional Development in Central and Eastern Europe.
Everyday practices of adaptation and resistance to peripheralisation at household scale
The role of renewable energy in the development of peripheral areas in North-West Romania

Czech Republic (3)
Towards territorial cohesion? Path dependence and path innovation of regional policy in Central and Eastern Europe
Multilevel governance for balanced development between core and peripheral spaces

• Soft Spaces in EU Cohesion Policy. Opportunities and Challenges in the Coordination of Heterogeneous Interests.

Slovakia (3)
Multilevel governance for balanced development between core and peripheral spaces

• European and national regional and innovation policies reproducing peripheries?

• Soft Spaces in EU Cohesion Policy. Opportunities and Challenges in the Coordination of Heterogeneous Interests.

Austria (2)

Multilevel governance for balanced development between core and peripheral spaces

• Soft Spaces in EU Cohesion Policy. Opportunities and Challenges in the Coordination of Heterogeneous Interests.

Netherlands (1)
Public leaders shaping peripheral regions? A comparative case study focusing on the role of public leaders in peripheralising regions of Estonia and the Netherlands

 

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