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Corvinus Regional Studies

Corvinus Regional Studies is a peer-reviewed scientific periodical journal in English connecting the scientific spheres of both geography and economics. The journal publishes open access original scientific regional studies in economic geography and development or other fields of human geography. Statistical and GIS-based methodological analyses are also keenly welcome.

Current issue

Volume 5, Issue 1-2. 

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Submission guide for authors

Manuscript requirements

The article must include the title; the name and affiliation (institution and the e-mail address in footnote) of author(s); an abstract (with the relevance of the topic, the main research question, the geographical and time frames, methodological, informational background and the major findings of the research) in maximum 300 words and 4–5 keywords (if relevant the acknowledgements). The text with Times New Roman 12pt font should be justified and single spaced. Only two levels of heading must be used. For the significant parts are in cursive form in the text. Except for the bold headings, the cursive parts and the references, do not use other formattings. Do not use endnotes after the chapters. The submitted manuscripts should spread between 2000–6000 words.

Figures and tables

All figures and tables should be referred in the text (preferably before the figure) by an in-text reference with the number of the figure or table in brackets (Figure 87; Table 45). Numbering of figures and tables should be consecutively in accordance with their appearance in the text. The number, title and the referring source must be written in the caption under the figures and tables. Only the most necessary labels (geographical names, abbreviations, legend etc.) should be appeared in the figures.

References style

Citations inserted in the text should refer to the author’s name (small capitals with initials of the first name) and the year of publication (PACIONE, M. 2005a; PACIONE, M. 2005b; AMIN, A. – THRIFT, N. 2007; HEIJNEN, P. et al. 2015). More in-text references in the same brackets should be arranged first chronologically, then alphabetically. The last chapter of the article must be the references where every reference cited in the text must be present. The utilized sources should be listed in alphabetical order by authors (surname, initial letter of first name), then in chronological order. In case of more than one reference from the same author(s) in the same year must be identified by the letters ‚a’, ‚b’, placed after the year of publication. Do not make list of figures and tables.

Submissions

The manuscripts are expected by e-mail in MS Word format files to Ágnes Varga (crs@uni-corvinus.hu). Please attach each figure as a separate file.

Editorial board

Editor-in-chief

Dr. Jeney László laszlo.jeney@uni-corvinus.hu Nemzetközi, Politikai és Regionális Tanulmányok Intézet / Gazdaságföldrajz, Geoökonómia és Fenntartható Fejlődés Tanszék
Egyetemi docens / Associate Professor
C épület, 410
Telefon: +36 1 482 7735 • Mellék: 7735

Founding Editor-in-chief

Dr. Tózsa István istvan.tozsa@uni-corvinus.hu Nemzetközi, Politikai és Regionális Tanulmányok Intézet / Gazdaságföldrajz, Geoökonómia és Fenntartható Fejlődés Tanszék
egyetemi tanár
C épület, C.410
Telefon: +36 1 482 7742 • Mellék: 7742

Managing editor

Dr. Jeneyné Varga Ágnes varga.agnes@uni-corvinus.hu Nemzetközi, Politikai és Regionális Tanulmányok Intézet / Gazdaságföldrajz, Geoökonómia és Fenntartható Fejlődés Tanszék
Egyetemi tanársegéd / Assistant Lecturer
C épület, 410
Telefon: +36 1 482 7736 • Mellék: 7736

Editors

dr. Forman Balázs balazs.forman@uni-corvinus.hu Nemzetközi, Politikai és Regionális Tanulmányok Intézet / Gazdaságföldrajz, Geoökonómia és Fenntartható Fejlődés Tanszék
Egyetemi docens / Associate Professor
C épület, 520
Telefon: +36 1 482 7740 • Mellék: 7740
Dr. Péti Márton marton.peti@uni-corvinus.hu Nemzetközi, Politikai és Regionális Tanulmányok Intézet / Gazdaságföldrajz, Geoökonómia és Fenntartható Fejlődés Tanszék
Egyetemi docens / Associate Professor
C épület, 519
Telefon: +36 1 482 7744 • Mellék: 7744
Dr. Salamin Géza geza.salamin@uni-corvinus.hu Nemzetközi, Politikai és Regionális Tanulmányok Intézet / Gazdaságföldrajz, Geoökonómia és Fenntartható Fejlődés Tanszék
Intézetvezető egyetemi docens / Head of Institute, Associate Professor
C épület, 532
Telefon: +36 1 482 7706 • Mellék: 7706

Archives

2020

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2019

Salamin, Géza (2019) Hungarian Efforts to Mainstream Territorial Cohesion in Development Policy: Signs of Europeanisation of Domestic Spatial Planning. Corvinus Regional Studies, 4 (1-2). pp. 5-27.

Oleshchenko, Anastasiia (2019) Current Trends of Spatial Planning in Ukraine. Corvinus Regional Studies, 4 (1-2). pp. 29-39.

Somlyódy-Pfeil, Edit (2019) The Adaptation of Territorial Governance from Unitary State Perspective: About the Framework of Functional Space Construction. Corvinus Regional Studies, 4 (1-2). pp. 41-60.
Kőszeghy, Lea and Csizmady, Adrienne (2019) Hungarian Urban Planning and the Challenge of Integrated Planning: A Sociological Analysis. Corvinus Regional Studies, 4 (1-2). pp. 61-69.
Höcke, Christian (2019) Challenges for Civic Participation and Local Democratic Processes in Urban Development German Experiences. Corvinus Regional Studies, 4 (1-2). pp. 71-81.
Madzhirski, Vasil and Dimitrova, Elena (2019) Challenges and Lessons Learned during the Initial Implementation of EU Urban Mobility Policy in Bulgarian Cities in the period 2007–2017. Corvinus Regional Studies, 4 (1-2). pp. 83-97.
Farkas, Sára (2019) Financial Institutions Matter for Territorial Development Challenges to Achieve Growth and Positive Impact on Local Economies in Hungary (2007–2013). Corvinus Regional Studies, 4 (1-2). pp. 99-116.

2018

Blyth, Richard (2018) Strategic Planning Effective Cooperation for Spatial Planning Across Boundaries. Corvinus Regional Studies, 3 (1-2). pp. 5-18.

Gere, László (2018) Smart City Practices: The Case of Songdo and the India Smart Cities Mission. Corvinus Regional Studies, 3 (1-2). pp. 19-36.

Alföldi, György and Balázs, Bálint (2018) The Future of a Shrinking Hungarian City, Salgótarján. Corvinus Regional Studies, 3 (1-2). pp. 37-45.
Filepné Kovács, Krisztina, Gonzalez de Linares, Paloma, Iváncsics, Vera, Kukulska, Anita, Wilkosz-Mamcarczyk, Magdalena, Cegielska, Katarzyna, Szylar, Marta, Noszczyk, Tomasz and Valánszki, István (2018) What Can We Learn from Western European Landscape Policies? Comparitive Analysis of European Landscape Policies Focusing on Poland and Hungary. Corvinus Regional Studies, 3 (1-2). pp. 47-64.

Iváncsics, Vera, Filepné Kovács, Krisztina, Máté, Klaudia, Valánszki, István, Gonzalez de Linares, Paloma and Kollányi, László (2018) A Cross-border Review of Green Infrastructure Planning Methods and Differences. Corvinus Regional Studies, 3 (1-2). pp. 65-78.

Gonzalez de Linares, Paloma, Iváncsics, Vera, Filepné Kovács, Krisztina, Máté, Klaudia and Valánszki, István (2018) Green Governance in Metropolitan Regions. Corvinus Regional Studies, 3 (1-2). pp. 79-100.
Nagy, Boglárka (2018) Auroville’s Disappearing Beaches. Corvinus Regional Studies, 3 (1-2). pp. 101-111.

Contact

Publisher: Department of Geography, Geoeconomy and Sustainable Development, CUB
(H-1093, Budapest, Közraktár u. 4–6.)
HU ISSN 2061-8646 (Online)
Published: in English
E-mail: crs@uni-corvinus.hu

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