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LESSONS FROM METROPOLITAN REGION BUILDING: SOCIO-SPATIAL POLARISATION AND TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

LESSONS FROM METROPOLITAN REGION BUILDING: SOCIO-SPATIAL POLARISATION AND TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

AGENDA

THURSDAY, November 8

Arriving of participants

Informal dinner at Restaurant (tba – self paid)

 

FRIDAY, November 9

9:00, Welcome of participants, Introductions

9:30-10:10:  Thilo Lang (IfL), Ibolya Török (UBB): Lessons from metropolitan region building in Central and Eastern Europe: European metropolitan policies, socio-spatial polarisation and territorial development, Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, Leipzig (Germany), Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Geography, Cluj-Napoca (Romania)

10:10-10:30: Response, Discussion

10:30-11:10: Benedek Jozsef, Cristea Marius (UBB):  Application of the growth pole concept and the metropolitisation process in post-socialist Romania, Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Geography, Cluj-Napoca (Romania)

11:10-11:30:  Response, Discussion

11:30-11:50: Coffee Break

11:50-12:30:  Kovacs Zoltan (MTA): Changing Role of National Policies in the Territorial Development of Budapest Metropolitan Region, University of Szeged/Hungarian Academy of Science

12:30-12:50:  Response, Discussion

12:50-13.30: Tomasz Kaczmarek, Ձukasz MikuŐ‚a (AMU): Creating metropolitan regions in Poland: between central government’s rhetoric and local practice, Adam Mickiewicz University, Institute of Socio-Economic Geography and Spatial Management, PoznaŐ„ (Poland)

13:30-13:50: Response, Discussion

13:50-16:00: Lunch

16:00-16:40: Mariusz CzepczyŐ„ski (GU): Metropolitan discourses of power, ambitions and hopes. Between regional and global – the emerging metropolitan regions in Poland. University of GdaŐ„sk, Institute of Geography Spatial Management Department (Poland)

16:40-17:00: Response, Discussion

17:00-17:40: Tassilo Herrschel (WU): Regions and Regional Policies between Spatial Cohesion and Fragmentation: Moving Towards a Post-Regionalist Perspective and Agenda in the EU(?); University of Westminster (UK)

17:40-18:00: Response, Discussion

18:00-18:20: Coffee Break

18:20-19:00: Judit Timár, Gábor Nagy (MTA): Changing “metropolitan” – “non-metropolitan” relations in the perceived and conceived spaces of Hungary, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Centre for Economic and Regional Studies (Hungary)

19:00-19:20: Response, Discussion

19:20-20:00: Conclusion of the workshop

 

Location: Universitas Hotel, Pandurilor Street No. 7. Cluj-Napoca

LESSONS FROM METROPOLITAN REGION BUILDING: SOCIO-SPATIAL POLARISATION AND TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

AGENDA

THURSDAY, November 8

Arriving of participants

Informal dinner at Restaurant (tba – self paid)

 

FRIDAY, November 9

9:00, Welcome of participants, Introductions

9:30-10:10:  Thilo Lang (IfL), Ibolya Török (UBB): Lessons from metropolitan region building in Central and Eastern Europe: European metropolitan policies, socio-spatial polarisation and territorial development, Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, Leipzig (Germany), Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Geography, Cluj-Napoca (Romania)

10:10-10:30: Response, Discussion

10:30-11:10: Benedek Jozsef, Cristea Marius (UBB):  Application of the growth pole concept and the metropolitisation process in post-socialist Romania, Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Geography, Cluj-Napoca (Romania)

11:10-11:30:  Response, Discussion

11:30-11:50: Coffee Break

11:50-12:30:  Kovacs Zoltan (MTA): Changing Role of National Policies in the Territorial Development of Budapest Metropolitan Region, University of Szeged/Hungarian Academy of Science

12:30-12:50:  Response, Discussion

12:50-13.30: Tomasz Kaczmarek, Ձukasz MikuŐ‚a (AMU): Creating metropolitan regions in Poland: between central government’s rhetoric and local practice, Adam Mickiewicz University, Institute of Socio-Economic Geography and Spatial Management, PoznaŐ„ (Poland)

13:30-13:50: Response, Discussion

13:50-16:00: Lunch

16:00-16:40: Mariusz CzepczyŐ„ski (GU): Metropolitan discourses of power, ambitions and hopes. Between regional and global – the emerging metropolitan regions in Poland. University of GdaŐ„sk, Institute of Geography Spatial Management Department (Poland)

16:40-17:00: Response, Discussion

17:00-17:40: Tassilo Herrschel (WU): Regions and Regional Policies between Spatial Cohesion and Fragmentation: Moving Towards a Post-Regionalist Perspective and Agenda in the EU(?); University of Westminster (UK)

17:40-18:00: Response, Discussion

18:00-18:20: Coffee Break

18:20-19:00: Judit Timár, Gábor Nagy (MTA): Changing “metropolitan” – “non-metropolitan” relations in the perceived and conceived spaces of Hungary, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Centre for Economic and Regional Studies (Hungary)

19:00-19:20: Response, Discussion

19:20-20:00: Conclusion of the workshop

 

Location: Universitas Hotel, Pandurilor Street No. 7. Cluj-Napoca