tisdag 16 juli 2019

Regional Statistics - European Forum for Geography and Statistics

European Forum for Geography and Statistics

We are happy to say that the new issue of Regional Statistics has been published!


Marie Haldorson: High demand for local area level statistics – How do National Statistical Institutes respond?


Fernando Delbianco – Andrés Fioriti– Fernando Tohmé : Quantifying worldwide economic distress http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2019/rs090108.pdf

Bacsosz Sztavrosz: Analysis of the geographical diversification of financial instruments http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2019/rs090110.pdf

Iwona Müller-Frączek: Dynamic measurement of complex phenomena in assessing the Europe 2020 strategy effects

Yan Song– Arjan van Timmeren – Alexander Wandl: A literature review and categorisation of sustainability-aimed urban metabolism indicators: a context, integrator, mechanism, outcome analysis

Maria do Carmo Dias Bueno– Ricardo Neves de Souza Lima: The degree of urbanisation in Brazil http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2019/rs090101.pdf

Buddhadeb Ghosh – Sankar Narayan Samanta– Nilachal Ray – Arpita Chatterjee: Deprivation amidst affluence in ‘rising India’: Impacts of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2019/rs090102.pdf

Semra Türkan – Gamze Ozel: Determinants of electricity consumption based on the NUTS 2 regions of Turkey: A panel data approach

Tamás Sikos T.: Changes in the retail sector in Budapest, 1989–2017 http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xftp/terstat/2019/rs090104.pdf

Gábor Lados – Gábor Hegedűs: Return migration and identity change:
A Hungarian case study