Divergent Patterns of Adaptation Among Central European Old Industrial Regions

Gabor Lux 1
  • 1 Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre for Regional Studies, Papnövelde Str. 22., Pécs 7621, Hungary

Divergent Patterns of Adaptation Among Central European Old Industrial Regions

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