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Medium Sized Towns in European Spatial Structure conference

October 17

Conference to be held in Budapest on October 17 2018. The conference is jointly sponsored by the Hungarian Central Statistical Office, and Területi Statisztika and Regional Statistics journals.

Planned lectures of the conference:
Denise Pumain – University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris): Which diversity in the hierarchical organisation of urban systems in Europe
Rob Atkinson – University of the West of England (Bristol): The Small Towns Conundrum: What do we do about them?
Evert Meijers – Delft University of Technology (Delft): European Medium-sized Cities in the Age of the Urban Triumph
Tosics, Iván – Metropolitan Research Institute (Budapest): The role and possibilities of functional urban areas in Central and Eastern Europe
Luděk Sýkora – Charles University (Prague): Size matters: issues and challenges of local development (with a special focus on small and medium sized towns in Czechia)
Csomós, György – University of Debrecen (Debrecen): Investigating smart city components in the urban development strategies of Hungarian cities
Fekete, Dávid– Széchenyi István University (Győr): The Modern Cities Program as a new tool in the Hungarian spatial development policy
Rechnitzer, János – Széchenyi István University (Győr) – Berkes, Judit– Széchenyi István University(Győr): The most important city development initiatives of Hungary in the last century
Participation at the conference is free of charge, but registration is required.

Please contact the following email address: regionalstatistics@ksh.hu

Details

Date:
October 17

Venue

Hungarian Central Statistical Office
Keleti Károly str. 5-7
Budapest, Hungary
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Website:
http://www.ksh.hu/?lang=en