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Grix, Jonathan (2001): Demystifying Postgraduate Research. From MA to PhD. University of Birmingham Press. Birmingham

Koopmann, Philipp (1997): How to Write an Abstract? (accessed 06.10.2016)

Introductory literature Polarisation/Peripheralisation

Collective authors PoSCoPP: Understanding New Geographies of Central and Eastern Europe\\ In: Lang, T., Henn, S., Ehrlich, K., Sgibnev, W.: Understanding new Geographies of Central and Eastern Europe. Socio-Spatial Polarization and Peripheralization in a Rapidly Changing Region. Palgrave, 2015 (forthcoming)

Literature of RegPol2 partners

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

Burdack, J.; Leetmaa, K. et al. (2013): Strategies to Cope with Shrinkage in the Lower End of the Urban Hierarchy in Estonia and Central Germany. In: European Planning Studies, DOI: 10.1080/09654313.2013.820100

Ehrlich, K.; Kriszan, A.; Lang, T. (2012): Urban Development in Central and Eastern Europe – Between Peripheralization and Centralization? In: disP 189 (2/2012), pp. 77-92

Finka, M. et al. (2004): Transforming Industrial Regions Preparing for EU Regional Policy. In: Rise and Decline of Industry in Central and Eastern Europe. Berlin: Springer Verlag.

Finka, M. (2007): Territorial Cohesion - Between Expectations, Disparities and Contradictions. In: German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy 2007. Territorial Cohesion. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Finka, M. (2009): Sustainable territorial development and concepts of polycentricity in Slovak territorial development. In: Urban Research & Practice, 2 (3): 333-343.

Finka, M. & & Jaššo, M. (2010): Selected Aspects of Territorial Cohesion in Slovakia under the Recent Crisis. In Spúatioum 23/2010.

Finka, M. (2011): Evolving frameworks for regional development and spatial planning in the new regions of the EU. In: Territorial Development, Cohesion and Spatial Planning: knowledge and policy development in an enlarged EU. Abingdon: Routledge.

Kluvánková-Oravska, T. et al. (2009): From Government to Governance for Biodiversity: the perspective of central and eastern european transition countries. In Environmental Policy and Governance, 19 (3): 186-196.

Kluvánková-Oravska, T. & Chobotová, V. (2010): The Emergence of Multilevel Governance: the case of the biodiversity in the enlarged European union. In Ekonomický časopis, 2010, roč. 58, č. 4: 407-422. (0.237 – IF2009). (2010 – Current Contents, WOS, SCOPUS).

Kluvánková-Oravska, T. et al. (2010): Transforming governance and institutions for global sustainability: key insights from the Earth System Governance Project. In: Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2012: 1–10 (2.1 - IF2010).

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.

Lentz, S. (2007): Restructing Eastern Germany. Dordrecht: Springer.

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

Nagy, E. (1999): Growth and urban differentiation on the urban periphery: a case study from Szeged Hungary. Geojournal, 46 (1): 221-230.

Nagy, E. & Turnock, D. (2000): Planning regional development: Promoting small settlements in a trans-frontier situation. Geojournal, 50 (2-3): 255-271.

Nagy, E. (2001): Winners and losers in the transformation of city centre retailing in East Central Europe. European Urban and Regional Studies, 8 (4): 340-348.

Nagy, E. (2005): Transition and polarisation: Advanced producer services in the emerging regional (market) economies. Service Industries Journal, 25 (2): 229-251.

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. (2009): Constructing and crossing boundaries in a new (?) Europe. European Spatial Research and Policy, 16 (2): 49-62.

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

Nagy, E. & Timár, J. (2012): Urban restructuring in the grip of capital and politics: Gentrification in East-Central Europe. In: (eds.: Csapó, T. & Balogh, A.) Development of the Settlement Network in the Central European Countries: Past, Present and Future. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag: 121−135.

Nagy, E. et al. (2012): The changing meaning of core–periphery relations of a non-metropolitan “urban region” at the Hungarian–Romanian border. DISP – The Planning Review, 48 (2): 93-105.

Timár, J. & Váradi, M.M. (2001): The uneven development of suburbanization during transition in Hungary. European Urban and Regional Studies, 8 (4): 349−360.

Timár, J. (2002): Restructuring labour markets on the frontier of the European Union: Gendered uneven development in Hungary. In: (eds.: Rainnie, A., Smith, A., Swain, A.) Work, Employment and Transition: Restructuring Livelihoods in Post-Communism London: Routledge: 134−154. (Routledge studies of societies in transition; 15.)

Timár, J. (2004): Gendered urban policy-making: the role of geographical scale in women’s participation in Hungarian local governments. In: (eds.: Cortesi, G.; Cristaldi, F.; Droogleever, F.) Gendered Cities. Identities, Activities, Networks: A Life-Course Approach. Roma: Societá Geografica Italiana: 227−243. (IGU-Home of Geography Publication Series; 6.)

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.

Timár, J. (2007): Different scales of uneven development in a (no longer) post-socialist Hungary. Treballs de la Societat Catalana de Geografia, 64: 104−126.

Timár, J. & Fabula, S. (2013): Whose Identity Politics? – Lessons for Emerging Critical Disability Geography in Hungary. Geographica Helvetica, 68 (3): 171−179.

Additional Literature

Finka, M. & Žigrai, F. (2005): Relationship among Ideal European regions and real European regions on the example of the border region Bratislava-Vienna. In: Ideal European Regions versus real European regions. Wien: Mecca/TU Wien.

Finka, M. & Giffinger, R. (2005): Metropolitan spatial integration policies for central and eastern European metropolitan regions. In: Repositioning - Challenges for Central and Eastern European Metropolitan Regions: symposium, Berlin, 4. November 2005. Berlin: Technical University.

Finka, M. & Kluvánková-Oravská, T. (2001): Polycentric urban governance: Temporal and spatial demension. In: Shared Resources in a Rapidly Changing World: European Meeting of the International Association for the Study of the Commons, 14.-17. September 2001, Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Plovdiv: Agricultural University.

Finka, M. (2012): Soft and Fuzzy Cross-border Regions in Europe, Crossborder Cooperation – facts, challenges and barriers, J. E. Purkyne University in Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic, 13. – 14. December 2012

Kluvánková-Oravska, T. & Finka, M. (2011): Polycentric urban governance: Temporal and spatial dimension. In: Shared Resources in a Rapidly Changing World: European Meeting of the International Association for the Study of the Commons, 14.-17. September 2001, Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Plovdiv: Agricultural University.

Kluvánková, T. et al. (2013): Governing under the complexity and uncertainty. In: From governing to governance resonsidered. Ružomberok: VERBUM. vydavateľstvo Katolíckej univerzity v Ružomberku, 2013.

Nagy, E. (2005): Strategies of international investors in Hungary’s emerging retail market. In: (ed.: Turnock, D.) Foreign Direct Investment and Regional Development in East Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union. 361 p. Aldershot: Ashgate: 267-290.

Nagy, E. (2007): Forces shaping urban peripheries: Land market processes and urban planning in East Central Europe. In: (ed.: Kovács, C.) From villages to cyberspace. Szeged: University of Szeged. 385-400.

Timár, J. (1998): Recent changes and governmental problems in urban-rural fringes in the Great Hungarian Plain. In: (eds.: Barlow, M.; Lengyel, I.; Welch, R.) Local Development and Public Administration in Transition. Szeged: JATEPress: 150−157.

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