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January 29, 2016 No tags

ESR1- Socio-Spatial Polarization – Driving Force and Outcome of Territorial Mobility in Post-Socialist Romania.

ESR2- Soft Spaces in EU Cohesion Policy. Opportunities and Challenges in the Coordination of Heterogeneous Interests.

ESR3- European and national regional and innovation policies reproducing peripheries?

ESR4- Understanding the role of agents present on the housing market in the production of core-periphery relations.

ESR5-  Images of the Periphery Impeding Rural Development? Discursive Peripheralization of Rural Spaces in Post-Socialist Estonia.

ESR6- Public leaders shaping peripheral regions? A comparative case study focusing on the role of public leaders in peripheralising regions of Estonia and the Netherlands.

ESR7- Towards territorial cohesion? Path dependence and path innovation of regional policy in Central and Eastern Europe.

ESR8- Similar Ideas, Contrasting Practices: Regional Development in Central and Eastern Europe.

ESR9- Multilevel governance for balanced development between core and peripheral spaces.

ESR10- Everyday practices of adaptation and resistance to peripheralisation at household scale.

ESR11- Counteracting peripheralization through local development? – The challenges and opportunities of social and solidarity economy initiatives in Hungary and Eastern Germany.

ESR12- Relational perspectives on innovation activities of firms from peripheral regions.

ESR13- The role of renewable energy in the development of peripheral areas in North-West Romania.

ER1The formation, reproduction and persistence of spatial social and economic polarisation.

ER2Theoretical foundations for transnational comparative research on governance of core-periphery relations.

ER3- Theoretical and conceptual thoughts around the ways of adaptation, formation of strategies and potentials for new developments.


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