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International workshop on new challenges of decentralisation in Pécs
International workshop on new challenges of decentralisation in Pécs

The Transdanubian Department of the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, in cooperation with the International Geographical Union (IGU), organised a two-days workshop in Pécs on 9-10 May 2019, about challenges of local governments and decentralisation.

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COST Empower-SE project meeting
COST Empower-SE project meeting

The COST Empower-SE ("Empowering the next generation of social enterprise scholars") WG1 “Foundations” meeting was hosted 16th-17th January in Budapest at the Corvinus University. The meeting, on which 93 researchers from 33 countries participated, was co-organized by our colleague Melinda Mihály (IRS CERS HAS, Békéscsaba), by the colleagues of Corvinus University of Budapest (György Pataki and Julianna Kiss) and by the colleagues of the EMES International Research Network (Marthe Nyssens, Rocio Nogales, Sabine Spada and Thomas Pongo).

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Final conference of RuRES project
Final conference of RuRES project

The final conference of the project „Renewable energy sources and energy efficiency in a function of rural development-RuRES”, co-financed by the European Union under the Interreg V-A Hungary-Croatia Co-operation Programme 2014-2020, was held on 17th December 2018 in Osijek (Croatia) at University of Osijek Faculty of Electrical Engineering Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek. Details are available here.

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RELOCAL consortium meeting in Budapest
RELOCAL consortium meeting in Budapest

The RELOCAL consortium meeting held on the 9th – 10th of October in Budapest aimed at discussing insights, commonalities, differences and key messages of the first 18 Case Studies already available. Panels and group discussions were meant to help partners in the elaboration of new case studies and finalisation of ones already provided. Two from among the Hungarian case studies were discussed after being reviewed, both were evaluated positively. The event was hosted by the Central and North Hungarian research Department of the Institute for Regional Studies where most of the colleagues who participates in the project are affiliated.

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TOPICALITIES
New Challenges of Decentralization – Pécs, 9-10 May 2019

Workshop of the International Geographical Union Commission Geography of Governance and HAS CERS Institute for Regional Studies. Deadline for abstract submission: 15 January 2019.

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New publication of Sass Magdolna, Gál Zoltán and Juhász Bálint in Post-communist Economies

The impact of FDI on host countries: the analysis of selected service industries in the Visegrad countries.

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New publication of Tünde Virág and Monika Váradi in Tijdschrift Voor Economische en Sociale Geografie

Spatial Exclusion and Boundary-Making in Different Roma Neighbourhoods in Hungarian Rural Small Towns.

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New publication of Fabula Szabolcs and Timár Judit in Cities

Violations of the right to the city for women with disabilities in peripheral rural communities in Hungary.

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Journal website upgrade

The website of the journals published by MTA KRTK Institute for Regional Studies was upgraded to the newest version of the journal management system Open Journal Systems.

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Scientific activity report of the Institute for Regional Studies, year 2017

Contents: I. Main duties of the research institute. II. Outstanding research results. III. National and international relations. IV. Research proposals, winning in 2017. V. List of important publications.

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