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Rácz Szilárd és Egyed Ildikó szerkesztésében megjelent a Deturope online folyóirat tematikus száma

The Central European Journal of Regional Development and Tourism



Megjelent a Deturope, The Central European Journal of Regional Development and Tourism online folyóirat év végi tematikus száma

Territorial disparities and economic processes in Hungary

2022 (vol. 14), issue 3

címmel, melyet Intézetünk kutatói, Rácz Szilárd és Egyed Ildikó szerkesztettek.

A tematikus számban Berkes Judit, Egyed Ildikó és Zsibók Zsuzsanna tanulmányai is olvashatók.

„Our thematic issue gives a brief overview of the territorial disparities and economic processes of Hungary. It is a pleasure for the Guest Editors to introduce the new thematic issue of DETUROPE – The Central European Journal of Tourism and Regional Development. Our publication provides a selection of papers presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Regional Science Association (HRSA) entitled New forms of territorial disparities and transforming regional policy. The conference was held at the Corvinus University of Budapest on 4-5 November 2021, with 180 participants. There were three plenary sessions, one round table discussion and a total of 23 sessions in three time slots. 140 papers were presented in 19 thematic sessions over the two days. Due to the large number of presentations HRSA offered participants four publication opportunities. In addition to the international journal DETUROPE, three others in Hungarian or English language, in the Hungarian scientific journals Comitatus: önkormányzati szemle (Comitatus: local government review, published by Comitatus Social Research Association since 1991), Észak-magyarországi Stratégiai Füzetek (Strategic Issues of Northern Hungary, published by University of Miskolc), and Tér-Gazdaság-Ember (Space-Economy-Society, published by Széchenyi István University, Győr). The papers were selected in three steps. After the HRSA conference, session chairs were requested to propose the best presentations for publication. In the second round, the submitted English language abstracts were revised by anonymous reviewers. The authors of the best eight proposals were invited to submit a manuscript in the subject of the thematic issue of Deturope. The submitted manuscripts were reviewed by two anonymous reviewers. The accepted articles were revised and corrected according to the provided critical remarks. The current issue is the 8th thematic issue prepared with the cooperation of DETUROPE and HRSA. The members of the Association – as previous or potential authors – hereby express their gratitude to the journal
and particularly its Editor-in-chief, Dr. Kamil Pícha. We hope that you will find inspiring ideas, research results or practical achievements in this collection. We wish you a good reading.”