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The Central Transdanubia volume of the series “Regions of the Carpathian Basin” published

Central Transdanubia is the smallest NUTS2 region of Hungary with a population of 1.1 million. Even though the region's population is declining in line with national trends, its rate is considerably lower. The destiny, history, current situation and future of Fejér, Veszprém and Komárom-Esztergom counties are all embedded in the process which led to the creation of Hungarian regional development and planning regions. Industry has an overwhelming weight in the economic structure of the region, with the highest number of employees. Among the main factors of successful transformation are the impacts of global economy and foreign direct investments, as well as dynamic industrial development. Foreign capital arriving in the region has undoubtedly contributed to modernisation of the economic structure, gaining access to foreign markets, and the international integration of the region. The eleventh volume of the series was edited by Viktória Szirmai.

 

 
 
KÖZÉP-DUNÁNTÚL
(Central Transdanubia)
 
Editor:
Viktória Szirmai
 
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Centre for Regional Studies
and
Dialóg Campus Kiadó
 
Pécs–Budapest, 2010
505 p.

 

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