Territorial and Environmental Challenges: A Global Comparative Account

B. Kocsis, János and Nemes, Zsófia and Porhajas, Gábor László, eds. (2022) Territorial and Environmental Challenges: A Global Comparative Account. Corvinus Geographia, Geopolitica, Geooeconomia . Corvinus University of Budapest Institute of Sustainable Development, Budapest. . ISBN 978-963-503-923-4

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The studies prepared by teams of master students of Regional and Environmental Economics students under the guidance of professional tutors are the results of intensive and elaborated undertakings and plainly demonstrate the potentials and values of such endeavours and contribute to the scientific discourses and debates. The present selection contains the best papers produced in 2020 and 2021. The topics reflect the expertise of the professors and the interests of the students, and the case studies were all processed along the similar principles and methodology, to ease the analytical comparison and formulation of useful and fruitful conclusions. Comparative analysis of territorial planning systems of China, Indonesia and Vietnam is discussed firstly that is followed by evaluations of two aspects of gentrification in Azerbaijan, China, Estonia, Georgia, Nigeria, Mongolia, and Turkey. The next two chapters focus more on economic angles: scrutiny of labour mobility is detailed in Africa and Asia whereas various features of the Brazilian economy are detailed next. The last chapter seeks to map the perspective and appreciation of climate change among young adults. The editors would like to thank the hard labour of all participants in preparation of this volume.

Item Type:Book
Series Name:Corvinus Geographia, Geopolitica, Geooeconomia
Divisions:Institute of Sustainable Development
Subjects:Environmental economics
Regional economy
International relations
ID Code:7640
Deposited By: Ádám Hoffmann
Deposited On:26 Sep 2022 12:21
Last Modified:04 Oct 2022 15:30

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