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Cities from state-socialism to global capitalism: an introduction
Characteristics of post-socialist urban transformation in East Central Europe
No longer working for the state: residual state sector versus private sector
Shortage in the midst of plenty: Labour strategies in four Central and Eastern European cities
Ingham, M.; Dövényi, Z.
The role of privatisation in post socialist urban transition: Budapest, Kraków, Prague and Warsaw
Urban development in East Germany – specific features of urban transformation processes
Migration from the city to the countryside in Hungary and Poland
Budapest's built environment in transition
Changes in the internal spatial structure of post-communist Prague*
Warsaw under transformation: new tendencies in the housing market
Old cities, new pasts: Heritage planning in selected cities of Central Europe
Ashworth, G.J.; Tunbridge, J.E.
Russian cities at a crossroads
Treivish, A.; Brade, I.; Nefedova, T.
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