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Early Stage Researchers:

CEBOTARI Sorin (ESR 13, Host: UBB)

Cebotari, S., Cristea, M., Moldovan, C., Zubascu, F. (2017): Renewable energy´s impact on rural development in northwestern Romania. In: Energy for Sustainable Development, Volume 37, April 2017, pp 110–123.

Cebotari, S., Benedek, J. (2017): Renewable Energy Project as a Source of Innovation in Rural Communities: Lessons from the Periphery. In: Sustainability, Volume 9, Issue 4 (April 2017)

Cebotari, S. (2015): Romanian Electricity Market in the Light of Fast Development of Renewable Energies: General Presentation and Critical Assessment in: Ortiz, W. et al. (2015) “Perspective of the Renewable Energy in the Danube Region”, Institute for Regional Studies – Centre for Economic and Regional Studies Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

LOEWEN Bradley (ESR 7, Host: MEPCO)

Loewen, B. (2015): Contextualising regional policy for territorial cohesion in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Hungarian Geographical Bulletin 2015/3.

 

MOLDOVAN Aura (ESR 1, Host: UBB)

Benedek, J., Moldovan, A. (2015): Economic convergence and polarization: towards a multi-dimensional approach. In: Hungarian Geographical Bulletin 2015/3.

 

MIHÁLY Melinda (ESR 11, Host: SI)

Mihály, M. (2017): Mit értünk társadalmi vállalkozás alatt és miért kutatjuk? – Narratívák a nemzetközi szakirodalomból [What do we mean under social enterprise and why do we research it? – Narratives from the scholarship]. In: Észak-magyarországi Stratégiai Füzetek [Northern Hungarian Strategic Papers] 14(1): 101-115 

G. Fekete, É., Hubai, L., Kiss, J., Mihály, M. (2017): Social Enterprise in Hungary. In: ICSEM Working Papers 47. Liege: The International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Project.

 

PLÜSCHKE-ALTOF Bianka (ESR 5, Host: GEO)

Plüschke-Altof, B. (2015): Visions of the Rural Impeding Development? Discourses on a ‘problematic’ region in Estonia. In: Online Proceedings XXVI European Society for Rural Sociology Congress “Places of Possibility? Rural Societies in a Neoliberal World”. European Society for Rural Sociology, Aberdeen, pp. 134-136.

Plüschke-Altof, B. (2015): Kolonisatoren von gestern, MitbürgerInnen von heute? Wandelnde Grenzziehungen gegenüber der russischen Minderheit in Estland. In: Tagungsband des 4. Studentischen Soziologiekongresses “Krisen, Prozesse, Potenziale”. Bamberg University Press, Bamberg, pp. 339-440.

Noorkõiv, R.; Plüschke-Altof, B. (2015): Suburbanisation and identity. Macro- and micro-level factors on the case of Viimsi rural municipality (Eeslinnastumine ja identiteet. Makro- ja mikrotasandi tegurid Viimsi valla näitel). In: Special Issue “Regional Development in Estonia”, Estonian Statistical Bulletin 4/15, pp. 182-211.

Plüschke-Altof, B. (2016): Rural as Periphery Per Se? Unravelling the Discursive Node. In: Sociální studia / Social Studies, 13 (2), pp. 11−28.

 

PÓSFAI Zsuzsanna (ESR 4, Host: CERSHAS)

Czirfusz, M., Horváth, V., Jelinek, C., Pósfai, Z., Szabó, L. (2015): Gentrification and Rescaling Urban Governance in Budapest-Józsefváros. In: Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Popitics 1:(4) pp. 55-77.

Czirfusz, M., Pósfai, Z. (2015): Kritikus ponton?: Önkormányzati lakásgazdálkodás a gazdasági világválság után. In: Területy Statisztika 55:(5) pp. 484-504.

 

ŠPAČEK Martin (ESR 9, Host: STU)

Špaček, M. (2014): Multilevel Governance for Balanced Development between Core and Peripheral Spaces: Research Project Outline. In: Ondrejicka (ed.). Strategic decision making in spatial development. ROAD and SPECTRA Centre of Excellence EU.

 

Experienced Researchers:

BALOGH Péter (ER 1, Host: CERSHAS)

Balogh, P. (2015): The Land of Storms and the region where the country´s heart beats: changing images of peripherality in Hungary. In: Hungarian Geographical Bulletin 2015/3.

 

PFOSER  Alena (ER 3, Host: IfL)

Pfoser, A. (2017): Narratives of peripheralisation: Place, agency and generational cohorts in post-industrial Estonia. In: European Urban and Regional Studies.

 

Partners:

Benedek, J., Kurkó, I.: Convergence or divergence? The position of Romania in the Spatial structure of the European Union.

Benedek, J., Cristea, M., Bartók, B. (2013): Regional Development and Establishment of Renewable Energy Clusters in North-West Region of Romania. In: Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 12:2, pp. 237-244.

Benedek, J., Cristea, M. (2014): Growth pole development and ‘metropolization’ in post-socialist Romania. In: Studia UBB Geographia, LIX, 2, 2014, pp. 125 – 138.

Benedek, J., Moldovan, A. (2015): Economic convergence and polarization: towards a multi-dimensional approach. In: Hungarian Geographical Bulletin 2015/3.

Lang, T. (2011): Regional development issues in Central and Eastern Europe: shifting research agendas from a focus on peripheries to peripheralisation? In: Eröss, A.; Karacsonyi, D. (eds.): Geography in Visegrad and Neighbour Countries, Budapest, 57-64.

Lang, T. (2012): Shrinkage, Metropolization and Peripheralization in East Germany. In: European Planning Studies, 20:10, pp. 1747-1754.

Lang, T. (2012): Conceptualising urban shrinkage in East Germany: understanding regional peripheralisation in the light of discursive forms of region building. In: Naumann, M.; Fischer-Tahir, A. (eds.): Peripherization: The Making of Spatial Dependencies and Social Injustice, Heidelberg, Springer.

Lang, T., Henn, S., Sgibnev, W., Ehrlich, K. (2015): Understanding Geographies of Polarization and Peripheralization Perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe and Beyond. Palgrave Macmillan.

Lang, T. (2015): Socio-economic and Political Responses to Regional Polarisation and socio-spatial peripheralisation in Central and Eastern Europe: a research agenda. In: Hungarian Geographical Bulletin 2015/3.

Máté, G., Néda, Z., Benedek, J. (2011): Spring-Block Model Reveals Region-Like Structures. In: PLoS ONE, 6:2, pp. 1-8.

Nagy, E. (2005): Retail Restructuring and Emerging Spatial Patterns of Consumption: New Aspects of Development Disparities in Hungary. In: Hungarian Spaces and Places: Patterns of Transition. Pécs, Centre for Regional Studies.

Nagy, E., Nagy, G. (2009): Changing spaces of knowledge-based business services in Hungary. Hungarian Geographical bulletin, 58, 2, 101-120.

Nagy, E: (2015): Discussion of inequalities from the periphery”, Editorial in Hungarian Geographical Bulletin 2015/3.

Noorkõiv, R. (2015): Apartment market as indicator of level of regional development (Korteriturg regionaalarengu taseme mõõdikuna). In: Special Issue “Regional Development in Estonia”, Estonian Statistical Bulletin 4/15,  pp. 170-181.

Noorkõiv, R.; Plüschke-Altof, B. (2015): Suburbanisation and identity. Macro- and micro-level factors on the case of Viimsi rural municipality (Eeslinnastumine ja identiteet. Makro- ja mikrotasandi tegurid Viimsi valla näitel). In: Special Issue “Regional Development in Estonia”, Estonian Statistical Bulletin 4/15, pp. 182-211.

Noorkõiv, R. (2016): Village Elders-based Community Model (Külavanemal Põhinev Kogukondlik Mudel). In: Estonian Statistical Bulletin 1/16, pp. 151-160.

Raagmaa, G; Kindel, G. (2015): Recreational home owners in leadership and governance of peripheral recreational communities, Hungarian Geographical Bulletin 2015/3

Timár, J. (2005): Gender and Spatial Inequalities in Hungary in the Transition Era. In: Hungarian Spaces and Places: Patterns of Transition. Pécs, Centre for Regional Studies.

 

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