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New publication of the Publisher IRMiR

2020-01-29 | IRMiR

We are pleased to inform you that on December 31, 2019, as part of the work of the scientific publishing of Institute of Urban and Regional Development, a monograph about tourist development of rural areas on the Slovak-Polish border was published. The publication was edited by Vincent Sedlák and Miloslav Michalko. The monograph is available […]

New volume of UDI journal is now available

2019-10-07 | IRMiR

We are happy to announce that volume 63 (September 2019) of the Urban Development Issues scientific quarterly, published by the Institute of Urban and Regional Development, has appeared online. In the current volume you can find e.g. papers by professor Michael Pacione (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow) and professor Lidia Mierzejewska & professor Jerzy Parysek (Adam […]

  • UDI in ERiH PLUS

    2019-07-25 | IRMiR

    We are pleased to inform that on June 24, 2019, Urban Development Issues  has officially entered into the prestigious, international database of ERiH PLUS (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences). The journal published by the Institute of Urban and Regional Development has passed the substantive and formal evaluation, classifying itself to the […]

  • Project implementation under the Visegrad Fund started

    2019-07-22 | IRMiR

    At the end of May 2019 Institute of Urban and Regional Development has signed an agreement with International Visegrad Fund for the implementation in 2019-2020 of the project Urban Lab Network in V4 + – the innovation tool for smart cities (under the Visegrad + grant). The project application had been prepared by the team of our Institute and partners […]

  • New volume of UDI journal is now available

    2019-04-01 | IRMiR

    We are happy to announce that volume 61 (March 2019) of the Urban Development Issues scientific quarterly, published by the Institute of Urban and Regional Development, has just appeared online. In the current volume you can find e.g. papers by professor Loretta Lees (University of Leicester, UK) and professor Nick Bailey (University of Glasgow, UK) […]

  • First meeting of the NEWURBPACT Project Consortium Council

    2019-03-25 | IRMiR

    On 17 January 2019, in the seat of the Ministry of Investment and Economic Development, the first meeting of the Consortium Council of the project entitled New model of urbanisation in Poland – practical implementation of the principles of responsible urbanisation and compact city (NEWURBPACT) was held. The Consortium Council was established by the Project […]

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