Lados Mihály

Lados Mihály
Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungary · Institite for Regional Studies, West Hungarian Research Department

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The present study seeks to explore the concept of "smart economy" through the definition of the smart city. It also presents smart city subsystems and the smart city model. It focuses on smart and creative startups within the smart city model. The research examines medium-sized cities in the Visegrád countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hun...
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Abstract The article is a short review of ecotourism as a new economic trend in Ecuador, presenting how private forest reserves belonging to the National System of Protected Areas (Sistema Nacional de Áreas Protegidas, SNAP) have contributed to the development of this new economic activity. This review is based on the experience of two private orga...
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The economic crisis had a deep impact on the CENTROPE Region. In average the CENTROPE countries were harder hit than the EU 27. Moreover the relative growth performance of regions within CENROPE shifted. While before 2008 the new EU countries among the CENTROPE countries experienced (with the exception of Hungary) higher growth rates than Austria,...
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A magyar–osztrák határtérségben a határ menti kapcsolatok fejlődését nagymértékben segíti, hogy az Európai Unió kiemelten foglakozik határ menti térségek, mint jellemzően elmaradott térségek támogatásával. A tagországokon belül Interreg, míg az EU-határok mentén a nem tagországok számára a Phare CBC program támogatja a határon átnyúló kezdeményezés...
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A tanulmány a megyei, a regionális, a nemzeti és a nemzetközi szintű tervekkel foglalkozik. A tanulmány középpontjában az áll, hogy az EU csatlakozással összefüggésben milyen kihívások érték/érik a hazai területi tervezést és az annak való megfelelés folyamatába a NYUTI milyen módon kapcsolódott be, mennyiben volt képes szerepet játszani a hazai te...
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A kutatási program célja, hogy bemutassa a regionális szerkezet alakulását az átmenet időszakában, amely alatt az ország Európai Uniós csatlakozásáig tartó időszak tekintettük. Megállapítottuk, az ország regionális szerkezete a különbségek nem csökkentek, hanem növekedtek. A korábban illetve kedvezőtlen adottságú térségek még jobban leszakadtak, mí...

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Green & blue (GB) was a big topic back in the USSR, and many ideas & designs even from the 1970s still appear very fresh. More interesting designs can be found across the former USSR (although not properly implemented and/or not maintained in most cases) while concepts, approaches and methods for the development of GB were extensively discussed in university textbooks. It can be however noticed that, although cities in formerly USSR countries, such as Belarus or Ukraine, are planned by people from the same school, one cannot see there anything as innovative. At the same time, new concepts, such as nature-based solutions (NBS) emerged over time, and one could expect them to evolve with the old school and yield exciting outcomes. This does not really happen, except several EU&UNDP funded pilots, and existing GB infrastructure declines, while new developments are controversial in terms of sustainability. V4 countries, having after the collapse of the Soviet bloc similar starting conditions in terms of urban planning policies and implementation strategies as Belarus and Ukraine did at the collapse of the USSR, nevertheless made a long way reflecting on their planning legacies and choosing developments paths. When it came to the development and management of GB infrastructure, there were both vivid success and failures; recent developments have focus on NBS, smart GB, participatory approaches and crowdsourcing. V4 experience is extremely useful to learn from for urban planning communities in Belarus and Ukraine in order to advance sustainability of its cities.