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Moravian Geographical Reports
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A cohort perspective on the fertility postponement transition and low fertility in Central Europe

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European territorial cohesion policies: Parallels to socialist central planning?

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Creative industries in the capital cities of the Baltic States: Are there innovations in urban policy?

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Capturing cross-border continuity: The case of the Czech-Polish borderland

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Socio-economic changes in the borderlands of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries

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Anytime? Anywhere? The seasonality of flight offers in Central Europe

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Retail Sprawl in Post-Soviet Urban Residential Communities: Case Studies of Saint-Petersburg and Vilnius

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Urban Shrinkage as a Challenge to Local Development Planning in Slovakia

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The reurbanisation concept and its utility for contemporary research on post-socialist cities: The case of the Czech Republic

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